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Brighton Oasis Project is an innovative and creative organisation which aims to improve the lives
and maximise the potential of the diverse range of women, children and young people affected by
substance misuse.
We are currently looking to recruit for an:
Activities Co-ordinator
15 hours per week / Salary: £25,641 FTE (pro rata £10,256.00)
Based in Brighton
The Activities Co-ordinator will assist in the development and coordination of activities for people
with complex needs. This will involve working independently and in partnership with the local
Fulfilling Lives project team to identify men and women on the caseload who have difficulty
engaging in services with the aim of increasing their wellbeing and connect them with community
resources. The activities coordinator 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
Closing date for applications is 10am on 3 March
Interviews will take place week commencing 13 March
For a full job description, person specification and application pack, please go to our website and access the documents; or email [email protected] to
request a pack. If you would like to chat to someone about the role, please contact Jo-Anne Welsh
on 01273 696970.
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 underrepresented in the organisation.