The Sussex Beacon provides specialist care and support for people living with HIV. Our services promote independence and improve health and wellbeing by providing inpatient and outpatient services.
Our services are run from our centre in Brighton where we have a 10-bed inpatient unit, therapy rooms and larger rooms for group work. We also have a landscaped garden for patients and visitors to enjoy all year round. We aim to provide high-quality care and support in a friendly and homely environment.
Referrals to our inpatient unit are accepted from health and social care professionals and are mainly funded by the local NHS for people living with HIV in Sussex. Out of area referrals are funded through the individual’s local health or social care provider. Some of our outpatient services can also be accessed by self-referral.
We work in close partnership with other healthcare providers and our patients and clients to make sure that our services remain relevant to the changing
What does the opportunity involve doing?
The volunteer roles include course marshals, water stations as well as in the race village include helping with baggage, handing out medals, water and goodie bags to the race finishers.
What induction, training and support is offered?
Any relevant induction, information and training will be offered by the supervisor on the day of the event.
Information and details about the volunteer job role including timings will be sent prior to the event.
What skills or qualities are needed?
Cheering on the runners as they head round the course all the way to the finish line, offering support, enthusiasm and a friendly smile to motivate them!More info
Deadline for applications
21 Feb 2020
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