Recruitment

Seaview Chief Officer

37.5 hrs a week ( including some weekends and evenings) £ 39,000

Our current Chief Officer after leading Seaview through a period of growth and development, is now stepping down. The organisation is sitting in a position of relative strength and we are seeking a new strong and strategic Chief Officer to lead us, working with the Board to develop and deliver our agenda over the coming years.

We are seeking an individual who can lead our organisation through any challenge, continue our positive community profile, influence and drive our position in the locality; whilst remaining at all times equally committed to ensuring the motivation, development and engagement of our staff and volunteers. Above all else, we are seeking a Chief Officer who will at all times ensure that at the core of everything we do there remains an unwavering focus on supporting our service users.

To be successful, you will be a strong and visible leader who has a collaborative yet entrepreneurial approach. You will have strong understanding of the needs of this client group and a track record of innovation, change and service improvement, coupled with an understanding of the needs of our commissioners. Emotionally intelligent, you will be an effective communicator with the ability to inspire and persuade.

If you believe that you have the passion, drive and commitment to lead our organisation, we would very much welcome an application from you.

For an application form please use this link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1hlkaa46zk33dos/AADjQWAuTkcNeF5q4ppSkJg0a?dl=0

or for an informal conversation about the role please ring 01424 717981 or email admin@seaviewproject.org.uk

Closing date for Applications 30th June 2019 Probable interview date 12th July 2019


Seaview is recruiting a Wellbeing Centre Support Worker

31 hrs per week £18,525 pro rata (£15,314) (hours correlate with the centre opening times)

At Seaview we work with people who feel that they are living on the edge of society, and who experience little hope for their future. Our drop-in wellbeing centre is the main point of contact for those wishing to access our services and is open 5 days a week.

The wellbeing centre provides a range of essential resources for our users such as food and drink, showers, laundry, clothing, postal address, telephone and internet access. Our volunteers and staff also help with mental health support planning, form filling and basic advice on housing, benefits, financial advice and a wide range of other issues. Service users can also access other Seaview Services and a health clinic operated by St John Ambulance Homeless Service at the day centre.

Our service users present with a wide range of issues including Mental Health problems, Alcohol abuse problems, Substance Misuse problems, Homelessness and other issues often associated with poverty.

The Wellbeing Centre Support Worker will work to the Wellbeing Centre Co-ordinator and as part of our wider staff and volunteer team in ensuring the centre runs smoothly and meets the needs of our service users and funders. You will need to work directly with our service users and need to be able to demonstrate the ability to maintain client records and statistical returns, Most importantly you will need to be committed to working directly with our services users.

Application forms can be downloaded at:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/voow0ipsdfj0098/AADLqifN7Uxsjd1NccZF94rfa?dl=0

Email: admin@seaviewproject.org.uk Phone 01424 717981

Closing date for applications: 9th June 2019 Interviews: TBA