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HR-Group-Photo-Conference_W300BHT 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 Tess Hill or Gemma Baldwin on 01273 645419

Support Worker:
Hastings and St Leonards Young Peoples’ Accommodation Service
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Location: St Leonards on Sea
Reference Number: 129
Hours per Week: 37 (Perm)
Salary: £19,354

Hastings and St Leonards Young Peoples’ Accommodation Service

The service is for young people aged 16 to 25 with complex needs. A 3 staged Pathway of accommodation with a structured life skills programme leads to independent living: The project consists of 3 stages of accommodation from intensive high support to very low support prior to people moving to their own independent accommodation. The service has been remodelled to encourage a psychologically informed, empowering and client centred approach in all aspects of service delivery.

This post is an exciting opportunity for an experienced support worker. The post holder must have experience of working with young people with complex needs within a supported accommodation setting. The post holder will need to have the skills and the ability to support clients to develop their life skills and achieve their goals and aspirations using effective supporting planning tools and psychologically informed practice.

Closing Date: Friday 2 March 2018 12.00pm
Interview Date: Wednesday 7 March 2018
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Housing Officer (Maternity Cover):
BHT Housing Services
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Location: Brighton and Hove
Reference Number: 901
Hours per Week: 37 (Maternity Cover)
Salary: £26,261

BHT Housing Services

Housing Services provides a housing management and repairs service to our tenants and a repairs service to other projects in BHT. Our aim is a quality and person centred housing management service both in our Community Housing in Brighton and Hastings and our temporary accommodation in Hastings, Eastbourne and Brighton. Our concept is a well-managed tenancy where landlord and tenant are equitable partners in a business arrangement.

Based in Brighton you will provide a comprehensive housing management service for a patch of properties, ensuring a professional, high quality, customer focused service is provided at all times.

Interview date TBC

Closing Date: Friday 2 March 2018 12.00pm
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Project Consultant Assistant:
Fulfilling Lives
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Location: Eastbourne
Reference Number: 903
Hours per Week: 18.5 hours per week (18 Month Fixed Term Contract)
Salary: £19,086 per annum pro rata

Fulfilling Lives: Multiple and Complex Needs South East Project

The purpose of the Fulfilling Lives Project, funded by The Big Lottery is to bring about lasting change in how services work with people with multiple and complex needs. The project will operate in Brighton and Hove, Eastbourne and Hastings and will be delivered by different delivery partners in each area.

BHT is the lead organisation for the South East Partnership.

 

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.

Registered Charity No: 284839

Company Registration: 1618610

Closing Date: Monday 26 February 2018 12.00pm
Interview Date: Tuesday 6 March 2018
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Senior Support Worker:
Shore House
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Location: Brighton and Hove
Reference Number: 854
Hours per Week: 37 (Perm)
Salary: £24,163 per annum + £1,426 per annum Anti-Social Hours Enhancement

Shore House

Shore House is an innovative service which provides accommodation and intensive one-to-one and group support to people with complex mental health needs, including those with a dual diagnosis. The service works proactively and flexibly with people to build their skills and confidence, enabling them to move into more independent accommodation within an 18-month timeframe.

The successful candidate will have knowledge and experience of:

  • Supporting clients with mental health issues, substance misuse and complex needs
  • Housing and tenancy related issues
  • Multi agency working (e.g. working with statutory mental health services)
  • Safeguarding procedures
Closing Date: Tuesday 13 March 2018 12.00pm
Interview Date: Friday 23 March 2018
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Bank Cover Worker:
Shore House
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Location: Brighton
Reference Number: 798
Hours per Week: Casual
Salary: £9.08ph Day Shifts / £12.05ph Waking Night Shifts

Shore House is an innovative service which provides accommodation and intensive one-to-one and group support to people with complex mental health needs, including those with a dual diagnosis. The service works proactively and flexibly with people to build their skills and confidence, enabling them to move into more independent accommodation within an 18-month timeframe.

We are looking for staff to work day time shifts (including evenings until 10.30pm), and are particularly interested in hearing from candidates who would be available to work waking night shifts (10pm-8.30am).

We offer:

  • A paid induction
  • Supportive management and team
  • Opportunities for relevant training.

Successful candidates will have knowledge and experience of:

  • Experience of supporting clients with mental health issues, substance misuse or complex needs
  • An understanding of safeguarding procedures
  • A proactive and positive approach.

 

Closing Date: Ongoing

Interview Date: TBC

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