Volunteer Bereavement Workers Volunteer Bereavement Worker Reports To: Head of Family and Carers Support Team/Bereavement Lead Location: In the person’s home/community or at Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice Hours: Flexible – generally 4 plus hours per week Making a Difference: The support given by our Volunteer Bereavement Workers means a great deal to vulnerable, bereaved people. You can really make a difference by supporting people as they find ways to live with their grief and manage their day to day lives. Key Duties You will… Offer bereavement support to the families and friends of our patients, either 1:1 or in a group setting. Offer this service in a safe and confidential environment. Work with people at any point in their bereavement. Help people to find ways of coping with their grief. Will the role suit me? YES, if you are… Someone with good listening and communication skills An enthusiastic and motivated individual who has 4 plus hours a week available to provide this much needed service If you are someone interested in working with grief and you are keen to develop your skills in this area What can Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice offer me as a volunteer? Membership of a friendly professional multi-disciplinary team Full training and on-going development within the volunteer role A chance to use your skills and experience to support others in need. You can download the role description, person specification, enrolment form and equalities monitoring form, by clicking on the links below: Volunteer Bereavement Worker Role Description Volunteer Bereavement Worker Volunteer Specification Volunteer Enrolment Form Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form Please return completed forms to: [email protected] Alternatively, please print and complete forms and send to the address below. HR Team, Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice, 176 Raddlebarn Road, Selly Park, Birmingham, B29 7DA Telephone: 0121 752 8744 Registered charity no 503456 The Hospice is committed to developing a dynamic and diverse workforce, representative of the communities it serves. We ask you, therefore, to complete the Equal Opportunities monitoring form to help us in this aim.