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Staff & Trustee Vacancies

Staff Vacancies

Help us make a very real difference to peoples lives by joining our small team of professionals who support those affected by a road death.

Regional Fundraiser Full Time (Part-time considered)

Are you an exceptional communicator with a passion and drive for community fundraising? Do you have a proven track-record of developing effective fundraising plans, recruiting and managing fundraising volunteers and working within a target driven environment? Then why not join our team to build-upon our exciting community fundraising strategy.

The Road Victims Trust is a registered charity with 22 years of experience helping families and individuals affected by road death. We cover the 3 counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire and help in excess of 500 people each year by way of free practical and emotional support. This support is delivered by a highly skilled team of professional staff and Counselling Volunteers.

We are  looking to recruit a passionate and dedicated professional to drive forward with our fundraising strategy and make a real difference to people’s lives.

Your role will be a key part of our community fundraising development plan. You will deliver excellent supporter care and stewardship to develop relationships with new and existing community groups, individuals and volunteers. You will be responsible for developing and implementing the strategy in order to achieve financial sustainability for the Trust.

We are seeking the best possible candidate to realise the ambitions of the Road Victims Trust. The role has much scope for development and the right candidate will be key to ensuring the success of the Trust as it moves forward.

Click HERE for further details and job description.

To apply please send your CV and covering letter that outlines your experience and explains why you are  the right candidate for the role.  Please send to: Mark Turner-Chief Executive, Road Victims Trust, 146 Bedford Road, Kempston, Beds, MK42 8BH

Salary: £21,000-£23,000 full time(depending on experience)
Hours: 37.5 hours per week (
Part-time 22.5 hours per week )

Contract: 12 month contract (with the view to being a permanent role)
Mainly field-based with some Office requirement (Kempston, Beds)
Closing date: Tuesday 3rd April

Counselling Volunteers Vacancies

We are always keen to recruit Counsellor Volunteers.

For information and an application pack please call 01234 843345 or e-mail:

For further details please refer to the separate page Becoming a Counselling Volunteer or click on this link.

Although training courses for Counselling Volunteers run periodically we welcome applications at any time as they will be kept on file until the next course is arranged.  If you wish to find out more about the training and when the next course is likely to be held please ring 01234 843345 or follow this link for training information.

Trustee Vacancies

Like most charities the Road Victims Trust is governed by a board of Trustees who ensure that the staff and Counselling Volunteers are able to access the right resources to deliver the service.

Trustee posts are unpaid but your commitment will be rewarded by the value you will add to supporting those affected by fatal and serious road collisions.

For an informal discussion regarding the role and the areas of expertise we are seeking please contact: Mark Turner, Chief Executive on: 01234 843345 or email Charity No. 1142336

Becoming a Trustee

Pat Whittome 1

I have never been involved in a fatal road collision, or known anyone that was, and until I started working with the RVT I hadn't given much thought to the traumatic and far-reaching effect this has on the lives of the people involved.

From working with the team on the development of a database system, I came to understand the importance of their role in helping people through the kind of dreadful experience that could happen to anyone. I observed the caring and professional approach they take to helping people and I wanted to help too.

Before I became a Trustee, Tony Parker (then Chief Executive) gave me a copy of 'The Good Trustee Guide' to read. It says trustees are people who are entrusted to look after money, or other resources, to ensure they are being used effectively to achieve the purpose for which they are given. I see being a trustee as being much more than that though - it is doing everything I can to support the fantastic work the team do to ease the suffering of the people they work with.

Why not contact the Road Victims Trust to find out more about the trust and getting involved?

Pat Whittome