BHT employs around 250 staff, in a range of therapeutic, advice, and support roles.
We have offices across Brighton and Hove along with residential and advice services in Eastbourne and Hastings. BHT is an equal opportunities employer using a fair and open recruitment process and complies with the requirements of the Equality Act 2010.
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Location: Brighton, Hastings and Eastbourne Reference Number: 844 Hours per Week: 37 Salary: £18,379
BHT Housing Services provides the housing service to BHT tenants, clients and projects across Brighton, Hastings and Eastbourne. Our repairs service plays an important part in delivering the service.
Based in Brighton and Hove you will need the skills to provide a small general repair and maintenance service to our offices, tenanted properties and our accommodation based projects such as hostels and shared homes. You may be expected to travel to other areas from time to time. A company vehicle is provided for official use, so a full driving licence is required.
You will have experience of working independently to provide a quality repair service. This is a customer focused role to which you can bring your skills and abilities
Location: Brighton Reference Number: 729 Hours per Week: 37 Salary: £36,789 per annum
BHT is a charity and registered Housing Association which provides a network of services to support people with housing issues.
This is an exciting opportunity to join our Senior Management Team, being responsible for the management and development of a range of projects and initiatives, working across Brighton and Hove, Eastbourne and Hastings.
This new post will be responsible for services including high support residential services, day services and smaller specialist projects.
The remit of the post will include development work, tender applications, fundraising bids, attendance at relevant forums and partnership meetings, and other project management responsibilities and activities.
The post holder will have a relevant professional background in the homelessness, social care, complex needs and support fields and significant management experience, with high levels of autonomy and accountability.