Jobs

BHT's HR teamBHT 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.

For enquiries about current vacancies, or to be added to the BHT jobs mailing list, please send an email to jobs@bht.org.uk or telephone Nick Matthews, Tess Hill or Gemma Baldwin on 01273 645472

    Inspire Mental Health Worker:
    Threshold
    Location: Brighton
    Reference Number: 635
    Hours per Week: 22
    Salary: £22,810 per annum, pro rata

    Threshold is counselling service for women experiencing mental ill health and emotional distress. This is an exciting opportunity to be co-located with the Multi-agency Inspire team through the Inspire partnership. The post holder would be responsible for providing support to women at all stages of involvement with Criminal Justice Agencies with mental health and multiple complex support needs with a view to diverting vulnerable women away from Criminal Justice systems. You will also be responsible for completing assessments and managing own case load of clients, promoting their health, well being and independence.

    The post is restricted to female applicants only under Sch. 9, 1 (1) of the Equalities Act 2010.

     

    Closing Date: 12 noon, Friday 12th September 2014
    Interview Date: Wednesday 24th September 2014
    Job DetailsJob DescriptionPerson Specification
      3 x Specialist Workers – Dual Diagnosis:
      Fulfilling Lives: Multiple and Complex Needs South East Project
      Location: Hastings, Seaview Project. Brighton & Hove, Equinox. Eastbourne, CRI
      Reference Number:
      Hours per Week: 37.5
      Salary: 2 year fixed term contract, secondments welcome.
      £31,324 - £36,451 – depending on clinical specialism/grade+


      bht fulfilling lives cri equinox seaview

      The Big Lottery Fund is investing up to £112 million over eight years to improve the lives of people with multiple and complex needs, by enabling better blended services.

      As well as supporting people, the funding will evidence more effective and efficient ways for designing, commissioning and delivering support services.

      The project will operate in Brighton and Hove, Eastbourne and Hastings and will be delivered by different delivery partners in each area with BHT being the lead organisation for the South East Partnership.

      Ideal position for a specialist nurse at band 6, experienced social worker or possessing a similar professional backgroundin a relevant field

      This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and driven individual to work with some of the most complex and disengaged individuals identified as having a dual diagnosis whose needs are either not being met by existing services or not accessing existing services.

      The Specialist Worker, Dual Diagnosis, will be embedded within the local delivery team delivering the Fulfilling Lives programme.

      The post holder will need to evidence experience of working in the field of multiple and complex needs including homelessness, substance misuse, mental health or offending, alongside a professional clinical background.

      We are looking for emotional resilience, a commitment to assertive practice and a solution focussed approach to overcoming barriers to services and engagement.


      For full details of Hastings or Brighton & Hove roles and to apply please click here to visit the NHS website

      Please click here to email any queries about the Hastings or Brighton & Hove roles

      For full details of the Eastbourne role and to apply please click here visit the CRI website

      Please click here to email any queries about the Eastbourne role

      Closing Date: 12 noon, Wednesday 10th September 2014
      Interview Date: Friday 19th September 2014
        3 x Specialist Workers – Women:
        Fulfilling Lives: Multiple and Complex Needs South East Project
        Location: Hastings, Seaview Project. Brighton & Hove, Equinox. Eastbourne, CRI
        Reference Number:
        Hours per Week: 37.5 hours per week. 2 year fixed term contract, secondments welcome. (Flexibility required)
        Salary: Salary: £31324-£36451 – depending on clinical specialism / grade


        bht fulfilling lives cri equinox seaview

        The Big Lottery Fund is investing up to £112 million over eight years to improve the lives of people with multiple and complex needs, by enabling better blended services.

        As well as supporting people, the funding will evidence more effective and efficient ways for designing, commissioning and delivering support services.

        The project will operate in Brighton and Hove, Eastbourne and Hastings and will be delivered by different delivery partners in each area with BHT being the lead organisation for the South East Partnership.

        One of the key purposes of this project is to provide personalised and targeted interventions. Ideally a specialist nurse at band 6, experienced social worker or possessing a similar professional backgroundin a relevant field

        This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and driven individual to work with some of the most complex and disengaged women identified as having multiple and complex needs whose needs are either not being met by existing services or who are not accessing existing services with the aim of providing a transition into mainstream services.

        The Specialist Worker, Women, will be embedded within the local delivery team delivering the Fulfilling Lives programme. The post holder will report to the Area Lead for the local Fulfilling Lives delivery team, whilst retaining clinical supervision and professional support via SPFT, CRI or Seaview Project as appropriate.

        The post holder will need to evidence experience of working in the field of multiple and complex needs including homelessness, substance misuse, mental health or offending, alongside a professional clinical background.

        We are looking for emotional resilience, a commitment to assertive practice and a solution focussed approach to overcoming barriers to services and engagement.

        We are looking for emotional resilience, a commitment to assertive practice and a solution focussed approach to overcoming barriers to services and engagement.


        For full details of the Brighton & Hove role and to apply please click here to visit the NHS website

        Please click here to email any queries about the Brighton & Hove role

        For full details of the Eastbourne role and to apply please click here visit the CRI website

        Please click here to email any queries about the Eastbourne role

        For full details of the Hastings role and to apply please click here visit the Seaview website

        Please click here to email any queries about the Hastings role

        Closing Date: 12 noon, Wednesday 10th September 2014
        Interview Date: Friday 19th September 2014
          Project Worker:
          The Archway Project
          Location: Brighton & Hove
          Reference Number: 788
          Hours per Week: 37
          Salary: £21,579 per annum

          To provide residential and housing related support using a Recovery approach to vulnerable tenants with mental health and complex support needs across the integrated project.

          To ensure that tenancies are sustained and a range of needs are met such as access to mental health/addiction and health services, general practical help, assistance with benefits, budgeting, life skills, general counselling support, promoting health, independence and quality of life and encouraging residents to participate in the wider community.

          Closing Date: 12 noon, Thursday 4th September 2014
          Interview Date: Tuesday 9th September 2014
          Job DetailsJob DescriptionPerson Specification
            Deputy Manager:
            Route One
            Location: Brighton
            Reference Number: 22
            Hours per Week: 37 hours per week
            Salary: £26,574 per annum plus an on-call enhancement of £520 per annum

            This is an exciting opportunity to join the management team at Route One as a Deputy Manager.

            Route One provides support and accommodation to 53 residents with enduring and complex mental health support needs. Route One works proactively with residents to build skills and confidence and support them in their recovery journey, and move-on to more independent living opportunities.

            Closing Date: 12 noon, Thursday 4th September 2014
            Interview Date: Monday 15th September 2014
            Job DetailsJob DescriptionPerson Specification
              Training and Volunteer Coordinator:
              BHT Eastbourne Advice
              Location: Eastbourne
              Reference Number: 770
              Hours per Week: 37
              Salary: £24,791 per annum
              http://www.bht.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Big-Lottery-Black2.png

              This new post is funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund to:

              • Develop a variety of training for staff and volunteers of the Eastbourne Advice Network.
              • Develop training for non-advice staff and volunteers, i.e. making appropriate referrals to advice providers.
              • Devise a referral protocol within the Eastbourne Advice Network and with other agencies that refer into advice.
              • Explore recruitment of volunteers across the advice sector in Eastbourne.
              • Supervision of volunteers within BHT Eastbourne Advice service.
              Closing Date: 12 noon, Wednesday 3rd September 2014
              Interview Date: Thursday 11th September 2014
              Job DetailsJob DescriptionPerson Specification
                Sign up to BHT's Free Digital Newsletter

                Sign up to BHT’s free digital newsletter by entering your full name and email address in the boxes below.

                • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
                ×