BHT is a people-led organisation who employs a mixture of employees, bank cover workers, volunteers and interns in a range of therapeutic, advice and support roles.
At present we have approximately 230 employees, 50 bank cover workers, 30 volunteers and six interns. We have services, projects and offices based across Brighton and Hove, Eastbourne and Hastings. Our Mission is ‘combating homelessness, creating opportunities, promoting change’.
In recognition of our commitment to our staff BHT has been awarded accreditation from Investors in People, Disability Confident and Time to Change.
We also offer:
- a comprehensive employee benefits package including a stakeholder pension scheme
- a free and confidential employee assistance helpline for both personal and work related concerns
- a popular cycle to work scheme
- free employee NHS health checks run in-conjunction with the local councils
- a free new starter 30 day Brighton bus pass
- generous holiday allowance including an additional two days of leave at Christmas
- the opportunity to participate in wellbeing and fundraising activities throughout the year
BHT is an equal opportunities employer using a fair and open recruitment process which fully complies with the requirements of the Equality Act 2010. We are committed to encouraging equality, inclusion and diversity within the workplace.
For enquiries about current vacancies, or to be added to our mailing list:
Please send an email to [email protected] or call the HR Team on 01273 645419.
How to Apply
1. Download the job-specific forms using the links under your chosen vacancy
3. Upload your application via email:
Attach all three completed documents to your email.
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Share this opportunityLocation: Hastings
Reference Number: 903
Hours per Week: 18.5 (18 Month Fixed Term Contract)
Salary: £19,663 pro rata
The purpose of the Fulfilling Lives project is to bring about lasting change in how services work with people with multiple and complex needs. For the purpose of this project, complex needs will be defined as having complex combinations of issues including substance misuse, poor mental health, homelessness and offending.
5.5% (Reviewed annually) pension contribution.
Annual Leave entitlements of 185 hours (25 working days)
Closing Date: 12 noon, Friday 26th April 2019
Interview Date: Friday 3rd May 2019
This is an exciting development opportunity for individuals who have personal experience of complex needs and of using support services. The post will involve working with service users and the staff team to review and improve services for people with multiple and complex needs. The job includes a comprehensive training program and supervision. Help to move on to other vocational opportunities will also be provided at the end of the project.
You will need to have experience facilitating or volunteering in service user groups or forums, show knowledge of local agencies in the area you wish to apply, have excellent communication skills and be passionate about improving services for people with complex needs.
An application form can be requested from us at [email protected]
Registered Charity No: 284839
Company Registration: 1618610Closing Date: Friday 26 April 2019 12.00pm
Interview Date: Friday 3 May 2019
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