Counsellor for TimeNorfolk in Great Yarmouth 


Pregnancy loss support charity TimeNorfolk is looking to appoint a part-time Counsellor based in its Great Yarmouth office

Do you believe in the potential for counselling to change the lives of men and women who have suffered a pregnancy loss?
We are looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated, passionate individual who has exceptional skills, knowledge and understanding of loss and grief and who is confident in providing a service to clients presenting with a range of complex needs

Ideally, the successful candidate will have 3+ years post qualifying experience and be BACP accredited or UKCP registered or eligible for accreditation. The candidate will need to be confident managing their own referrals and work load, also taking responsibility for managing one or two volunteers when needed

To apply, please send us your CV along with a supporting statement describing how you meet the criteria for this post and your motivations for applying
Your letter should be no more than two sides of A4. In addition to this, please also provide us with details of two referees, one of which should be your current or most recent employer

The deadline for applications is Thursday 13 February 2020.   Applications should be sent electronically if possible please, to

TimeNorfolk is a Norwich/Norfolk based charity which has worked to promote men and women’s wellbeing for almost 20 years. We deliver a range of services designed to meet the needs of clients who have suffered a pregnancy loss through individual, couples or group support

TimeNorfolk is relatively new to Great Yarmouth and is excited about offering support there.  The successful candidate will work closely with a team of professionals at our Norwich office

Job Type: Part time – 11 hours per week

This post carries a GOR and candidates must have a demonstrable and active Christian faith
Salary: £8,117 per annum

Required education:
Post qualifying: 3 years

Please review all application instructions before applying to TimeNorfolk 

this article also appeared on Network Norfolk