PROJECT WORKER – BRIGHTON & HOVE Homelessness and Modern Day Slavery and Trafficking Services at SJOG Hospitaller Services

We are excited to be recruiting for the role of a full time Project Worker at our services based in Ceuta House, Brighton . To be eligible to apply for this role you will need to be able to speak a second language / be multilingual. The service specialises in providing accommodation and support to people who have been victims of Modern day Slavery & Trafficking, and help them re-integrate into the community.

The role of a Project Worker is to provide support and direction to people who use our service so that they feel empowered to make positive choices such as finding employment/access Education/have legal representation etc. You will be involved in a variety of tasks to support individuals including liaising with/accompanying individuals to meetings with external agencies like Healthcare, Solicitors, Immigration, Probation teams, Mental Health/ Recovery teams etc. Your support will encompass a variety of tasks including some Quality compliances and governances.
Desirable Criteria:
• Experiencing of working with people with different needs
• Good communication skills, be approachable and people-friendly
• Strong grip on record-writing and record-keeping
• Ability to support individuals to be safe and enable them to be independent
• Ability to multi-task and liaise with multi-agency network to support clients.
• QCF Level 2 and above
• Must be able to speak one or more European languages - Particularly Polish, Romanian, Albanian and Slovakian OR Arabic
Benefits and Rewards:
• Annual leave entitlement of 33 days (pro-rata) including bank and public holidays
• Employee Assistance Programme
• Auto Enrolment Pension Scheme
• Health Cash Plan
• Bike to Work Scheme
• We are an equal opportunities employer
• Excellent training and development opportunities

Should you require further details of the role, please contact in the first instance.

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Date added

23rd January 2023

Days per week

5 days

Deadline for applications

10th Feb 2023


£24,356.00 per year

Hours per week



Support Work / Caring

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