Recruitment

Current Vacancies

At Seaview, you will be supported by an experienced and skilled team and by joining our award-winning charity, you will have a great opportunity to make a positive impact on people’s lives. In addition there are excellent opportunities for further professional development.

We look forward to receiving your application!

Project Adder Outreach team

The Seaview Project has been commissioned as part of a wider partnership approach to provide assertive outreach support to people in the Hastings and St Leonard’s area with a focus on helping them to get the support they need to reduce harm caused by their substance misuse. Project Adder is a targeted partnership approach to engaging hard to reach drug users to access treatment for their substance misuse and referring to other agencies locally that can help them turn their lives around. The Assertive Outreach Service will need to be adaptable and flexible in its approach to engaging clients and working as part of a multi-agency team will be key to making a positive impact. Applicants will be expected to work various shifts including some early mornings The Seaview Project is renowned for the pioneering work it does in partnership acting as a community hub to help those living on the margins of society. If you have the skills, commitment and dedication required to work with this often challenging group, we would like to hear from you. There is one part time vacancy for the Service Co-ordinator role

Project Adder: Outreach Service Coordinator (18.75hrs p/w).

The role of the Seaview’s Project Adder Outreach Co-ordinator is to take lead responsibility for a small team of outreach workers providing specialist Harm Reduction and recovery support to people with substance misuse and complex needs. The aim of the wider project is to support people with heroin and crack misuse issues to reduce the harm caused to themselves and the community by creating a strengths based support plan which will kick start their recoveries. Working closely with STAR substance misuse service and other partner services will ensure that the best possible outcomes are achieved. The key aims are to stop the revolving door of substance misuse, re-offending and homelessness while preventing Drug-related Death.

Project Adder: Outreach Worker (15hrs p/w).

The role of the Project Adder Outreach Worker is to engage local people with substance misuse issues and other complex needs and encourage them to access recovery support. The aim of the wider project is to support people with heroin and crack misuse issues to reduce the harm caused to themselves and the community by engaging them in treatment, kick starting their recoveries. The key aims are to stop the revolving door of substance misuse, re-offending and homelessness while preventing Drug-related Death.

Seaview Diversionary Activities Support Worker (15hrs p/w).

We have 2 exciting and rewarding opportunities as Diversionary Activities Support Workers on a part time basis. These posts are available to help meet the needs of a group of former rough sleepers who need your help to turn their lives around.

As the ideal candidate you are an enthusiastic and resilient person with an aptitude for working with men who have come from difficult backgrounds and often need a significant amount of intensive support to reach their goals. In return for your hard work and dedication, Seaview has a great working environment, a learning and development programme and other staff benefits.

If you would relish the challenge of supporting people and you have the skills and tenacity to help people transform their lives, this is a great opportunity to make a really positive impact.

CV’s are NOT accepted.

Business Manager (21hrs p/w).

The Seaview Project are recruiting a Business Manager to enhance our existing management team. We are looking for a dynamic individual with excellent leadership skills to develop our current services by managing a group of Service Co-ordinators who deliver the various services that Seaview offer. Ideally you will have management experience and a management qualification and a passion for supporting those with multiple and complex needs including rough sleeping, mental health difficulties, alcohol and substance misuse issues and learning difficulties.

The management post is mainly operational with some time devoted to focus on strategic issues in line with Seaview’s Business Plan. If you have what it takes to enhance a skilled and experienced team in an award-winning charity, we would like to hear from you.

If you would like to discuss this role please contact Dave Perry, Chief Officer on (01424) 717981

Seaview Outreach / Housing Worker (37.5hrs p/w).

An exciting new vacancy has come up as part of the Housing First team at the Seaview Project as a rough sleeper Outreach and Housing worker. The successful applicant will be part of a nationally funded service, The Rough Sleepers’ Initiative (RSI) and will be responsible for verification of Rough Sleepers in Hastings and St Leonard’s on Sea, carrying out welfare checks and encouraging them to engage with support including re-housing and a range of other opportunities through the Hub.

The hub is set up specifically to assist with housing and other needs including mental health needs, safeguarding, substance misuse and more. In addition to early morning verification counts, there is a requirement to engage with rough sleepers during the day and to respond to alerts where rough sleepers have been seen and to offer support and encourage engagement with the relevant services.

Although most of the work involves engaging rough sleepers on outreach, some follow up work will also be required when rough sleepers are housed to help prevent further instances of homelessness. If you relish a challenge and would like to work as part of a multi agency team to tackle rough sleeping, this post could be for you. If have a passion for supporting vulnerable people, we would like to hear from you.