Thank you for your interest in working with us.

We are currently recruiting for the following posts:

1. Project worker 

2. Community Fundraising Officer 


 

Community Fundraising Officer 

Thank you so much for expressing an interest in the role of Community Fundraising Officer (3 days a week). We are thrilled to be recruiting for this role. In our 25-year history, this will be the first time we’ve recruited for this type of role. Over the years we have been able to grow our fundraising income, and we have now reached a tipping point where our fundraising activities require ownership of a fundraising expert.

The role of the Community Fundraising Officer is to build on community fundraising income, awareness, and engagement of Emmaus Brighton & Hove’s (EBH) work, meeting organisational and funding targets.

The closing date for the applications is 12th June 2022

Interviews will take place the following week on 20th June 2022

Please use the link above to download a application pack.

Project worker 

Sussex Emmaus is looking to recruit a Project Worker to support Companions (residents) living and working at the project. We provide a unique opportunity out of homelessness providing meaningful work and a home for as long as someone needs it. The role involves delivering Companions individualised support and providing them with opportunities for personal development.

Job Summary:

To provide support to Companions using a person-centred approach, both emotionally and practically, so they can live and work in the Emmaus Community. The role will involve using a Strength Based Practice model to encourage Companions to become resilient and fulfilled. Assist Companions to become independent and maximise their skills, where necessary accessing outside support and services. Where appropriate, in accordance with Companion requests, provide a move-on pathway that enables them to be ready to live independently.

Develop and maintain positive partnerships with other agencies locally to enhance the support available to Companions. Act as an advocate and accompany Companions to formal meetings and appointments.

As part of a team, support the Community Manager in the referral and admissions procedures including conducting risk and needs assessments. To ensure that all Companion records and information is maintained in compliance with policies, procedures and the data protection act. Ensure that all Companion Risk and Needs Assessments are thoroughly and accurately completed to ensure their safety and the safety of others, where necessary liaising with external services and agencies delivering support.

Promote and embed a proactive approach to equality and diversity, by example and approach, with a commitment to treat all staff, volunteers, visitors and Companions equally and with respect.

To be part of the on-call rota providing out of hours provision to the service, where necessary attending on site to resolve critical accidents or incidents.

The closing date for applications is 29th May 2022. Interviews will be held on the 23rd and 24th June 2022.

Please use the link above to download a application pack.