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Founded in 1999, the Children’s Bereavement Center’s (CBC) provides FREE Grief Peer Support Groups to children, teens, adults and their families across South Florida and nationwide. CBC’s weekly grief peer support groups reach more than 1,000 participants and community outreach and education touches more than 10,000 people each year, providing information on the impact of loss on children and families. The CBC’s mission is to empower grieving children and adults to adjust to life after the loss of a loved one within a supportive community of their peers, and to promote healthful grief, resilience and positive growth.

If you are interested in becoming a Volunteer, Facilitator or Intern please go to for more information. Available positions are listed below. 



* Currently hiring TWO (2) open positions. Please see requirements below. 

Position Description:

The Community Outreach Coordinator is responsible for creating awareness about CBC’s services and making connections within the community. Objectives include distributing information about our services to relevant community agencies by way of attending events, ongoing communication, presentations, building relationships and forging strong partnerships.

Because we are a grief support organization, it is important that applicants feel comfortable talking about grief on a daily basis and are open to learning more about grief and loss after death.

Job Responsibilities

  • Digital and in-person outreach for CBC’s grief support groups, resources, attending events and training programs. Responsible for building and nurturing relationships with other nonprofits and businesses within the community for the purpose of enhancing CBC’s presence in the area.
  • Execute engagement strategies with community agencies, businesses and other organizations.
  • Achieve set benchmarks and metrics to support CBC’s goals and mission
  • Attend weekly Outreach meetings (via Zoom)
  • Provide presentations regarding CBC services, which include grief support groups and professional development workshops/trainings (online or in-person)
  • Weekly data entry (SalesForce), management, and follow-up of community outreach relationships
  • Represent CBC and exhibit at community events
  • Be the eyes and ears of your territory; stay apprised of what is going on in your community (including key contacts, community events, significant news, etc.)
  • Territory will cover southeast Florida (in-person and virtually)

Required Skills:

  • Comfortable in speaking about grief and loss in a professional and compassionate, capacity to both children and adults 
  • Demonstrates competency in public speaking, written communication and following up in a timely manner
  • Highly organized, reliable, and self-motivated work ethic
  • Good listener
  • Proficient with Microsoft Suite products, tech savvy and capable of learning CRM (SalesForce), use of Zoom and other platforms used by organization

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree in a marketing, communications, or health services (recommended)
  • Capable of standing for extended periods of time, lifting and setting up exhibit materials (not to exceed 15 lbs)
  • Three years of professional work experience
  • We are currently looking to fill two positions:
    • One applicant MUST LIVE in South Miami-Dade County (Homestead or Florida City required) and be fluent in Spanish and English
    • One application MUST LIVE in Miami-Dade, Broward or Palm Beach County and speak fluent Haitian-Creole 

Please note that this position will be paid as a 1099 employee. As such, no taxes will be deducted from the paycheck and taxes will need to be paid to the IRS when filing the annual tax return. Please go to IRS website for more information. All contract employees must be able to provide your own computer, internet, car and cellphone. 

For questions or interest, please send resume to Kim Bentkover, 


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