Current Vacancies

Children and Families Practitioner 


£30-32K. Full-time 37 hours or part-time 30 hours, 4 days (salary pro rata)


This is an exciting opportunity to work in a new role supporting children, young people and families before and after the death of a parent or sibling.  SeeSaw is a registered charity and won the national GSK / King’s Fund Impact Award 2016.


You will bring your experience of working with children and young people to our small, committed and experienced team. You will have a special remit for supporting children and families before and after a bereavement. You will liaise with professionals in palliative care settings. You will work with other members of the team to provide group work and family activity days. You will also have a caseload of individual children and their families to support. You will be a good team player, have qualifications in counselling, health care, psychological services or social work, knowledge of therapeutic interventions in grief work, and skills in communicating with and training professionals.

Here is the Application Form  and Job Description and Person Specification


Closing date Fri 3rd February 5 pm

Interviews Thursday 23rd February

Recruitment of Volunteer Support Workers for 2017

Much of SeeSaw’s one to one support for children and young people is provided by a specially selected and trained team of Volunteer Support Workers. We will be recruiting new members to join our team in 2017 and will therefore be running two Taster Evenings to explain more about the role of a Volunteer Support Worker and about the training.  

You can find out more about becoming a Volunteer Support Worker here

Taster evenings will be held on:

Tuesday 31st January and Wednesday 8th February 2017    

6.00—7.30 pm

at Bush House 2 Merewood Avenue Oxford OX3 8EF

If you are interested in attending one of these evenings please email to book a place. 

Working together ... making a difference

Read all about SeeSaw's work in our 2016 Impact Report here .  We are delighted to hear that this has been given a Plain English Award for 2016.

13 May 2016: Launch of SeeSaw film produced by The King's Fund

SeeSaw was one of 10 winners at this year's GSK Impact Awards. As part of our prize, the following video was produced by The King's Fund. The film was shown for the first time at the awards ceremony at the London Science Museum on 12 May. Please take a look to find out more about our work with children in Oxfordshire.  

2016 GSK IMPACT Awards: SeeSaw from The King's Fund on Vimeo.