Working with SASP

We are now ready to enter the next phase of our development as a partnership and we need two outstanding people to join our team. If you would like to work with a committed membership and an excellent steering group in a small, fast-paced and dynamic team, housed within one of the leading suicide prevention charities take a look at the two roles we have available:

SASP Executive Lead Role

Hybrid Working (Remote working, Offices in Ewell and London, some UK travel)
Full Time (35 hours per week), Permanent role
Role closes on 28th January 2022

You will be leading the small dynamic Support after Suicide Partnership (SASP) team, working with an experienced Steering Group, and hosted within Samaritans. The SASP team receive all the support and benefits of being a Samaritans staff member.

This is a fantastic opportunity to lead SASP into the next stage of its development, working with NHS England and other stakeholders to expand access to suicide bereavement support services, working at the forefront of creating change for thousands of people every year. 

The Executive Lead will work alongside the Chair, Steering Group and a small dedicated team, as well as senior staff at Samaritans. Our Executive Lead needs to be able to motivate and influence others and have a high level of empathy.

We hope you feel inspired to consider working with us, and if you feel you bring the skills to be our next Executive Lead, we will be delighted to receive an application from you. For more information please download the Executive Lead Packet 2022.


SASP Membership and Communications Officer

Hybrid Working (Remote working, Offices in Ewell and London, some UK travel)
Full Time (35 hours per week), 12 month fixed term contract
Role closes on 28th January 2022

You will be responsible for supporting the development of the Support after Suicide Partnership (SASP) by providing an excellent service to SASP members and the general public, developing and maintaining high-quality communications.

It’s important that our membership is representative of those we support. You will be working to ensure organisations that support high-risk groups and hard to reach communities are engaged members of our network.

This is an incredible time to join the SASP Team and to continue the growth of the network, collaboration and awareness. You will be the friendly, knowledgeable face of our network, leading on all matters Membership, and be key in developing our network and partnerships.

We hope you feel inspired to consider working with us, and if you feel you bring the skills to be our next Membership and Communications Officer, we will be delighted to receive an application from you. For more information please download the Membership and Communications Officer Packet 2022.

View and download the role descriptions here, to learn more and apply