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 or telephone Tess Hill or Gemma Baldwin on 01273 645419

Bank Cover Staff:
Hastings Young Peoples Service
Location: Hastings
Reference Number: 517
Hours per Week: Casual
Salary: £8.25 per hour plus 12.07% Annual Leave Allowance

We are seeking to appoint energetic and committed people to join our existing team at a crucial time in the ongoing development of these exciting projects.

Applicants must show an understanding of issues effecting vulnerable young men and women, along with good interpersonal and team working skills. Previous experience of working with young people is an advantage.

Closing Date: 12 noon, Friday 3rd March 2017
Interview Date: Monday 13th March 2017
Job DetailsJob DescriptionPerson Specification
Project Worker:
Location: Brighton
Reference Number: 788
Hours per Week: 34 and 21 (The posts will be a combination of core hours and sleep in hours)
Salary: £22,013 pro rata + Anti-Social Enhancement

Archway Mental Health Recovery Project

BHT is looking for 2 Part-time Project Workers. The Archway Project is a BHT mental health service that promotes a person-centered, holistic model of service that aims to support clients to achieve a successful recovery.  Archway is spread over 2 sites in Brighton and Hove; each site offering its own package of support, both of which are recovery-based residential care homes.

As a Project Worker you will offer clients a range of support to promote health, independence and participation in the wider community; this will include supporting them to access external services, assistance with benefits, budgeting, emotional support, tenancy related support, and confidence building.

We offer:

  • A paid Induction
  • Supportive team and management
  • Positive working environment
  • Opportunities for Training
Closing Date: 12 noon, Wednesday 1st March 2017
Interview Date: Wednesday 15th March 2017
Job DetailsJob DescriptionPerson Specification
Support Worker x2:
Fulfilling Lives: Multiple and Complex Needs South East Project
Location: Hastings and Eastbourne
Reference Number: External
Hours per Week: 37
Salary: £21,799

The Big Lottery Fund is investing up to £112 million nationally 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 operates in Brighton and Hove, Eastbourne and Hastings and is delivered by different delivery partners in each area with BHT being the lead organisation for the South East Partnership.

Brighton Oasis Project is an innovative and creative organisation which aims to improve the lives and maximise the potential of the diverse range of  individuals affected by substance misuse. We are excited to be hosting the Eastbourne and Hastings Fulfilling Lives Teams from April 2017 for 2 years

We are recruiting to 2 new posts to support the work, one based in Eastbourne and one in Hastings

Support Worker x2 – Fulfilling Lives

Full Time 37 Hours


Working as part of a small team the Support Worker will work alongside Fulfilling Lives Specialist Workers in the provision of support to complex needs clients, to identify and overcome barriers to services and engagement. The postholders will work in an empowering way that recognises the skills and experience of the men and women and focuses on building their strengths.

This role contributes to The South East Partnership Fulfilling Lives Project where Big Lottery Fund investment is supporting people with complex needs. The purpose of this initiative is to bring about lasting change in how services work with people with multiple and complex needs.

The post holder will have a track record of working with vulnerable people and be experienced in managing a caseload of complex clients in a calm, professional and enthusiastic way. They will be confident at delivering against agreed objectives and working in a challenging and changing environment. You will be passionate about changing the way services are delivered to people with multiple and complex needs

Closing date for applications is 10am on 28th February

Interviews will take place on 8th March for the Hastings Post and 14th March for the Eastbourne Post

For a full job description, person specification and application pack, please go to and access the documents; or email to request a pack. If you would like to chat to someone about the role, please contact Jo-Anne Welsh on 01273 696970 or Jo Rogers on 07584206153

BOP is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from people with relevant life as well as professional experience, and those with disabilities and/or from BME communities who are currently under-represented in the organisation.

Closing Date: 12 noon, Tuesday 28th February 2017
Interview Date: Wednesday 8th March 2017