Work for us

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We have some exciting new opportunities due to the growth of our support services and also to new funding from both the National Lottery and local GP practices.

Range of exciting new job opportunities

If you have relevant work experience and qualifications gained as a counsellor, teacher, social worker, nurse, advice worker, housing worker, psychological well-being practitioner or support worker and are looking for a new challenge or role, we would love you to consider applying to work for us as a mental health worker.

If you have less relevant work experience or qualifications but a passion and interest in mental health - perhaps you have personal experience of having mental health problems yourself and some relevant experience through volunteering - then we also have support worker roles coming which could be ideal for you.

We have both full-time and part-time roles coming up and can be flexible about the hours worked to fit around your life.

What our staff say

We have extremely high levels of staff satisfaction here at Coastal West Sussex Mind - in our recent survey 97% of staff described their level of job satisfaction as high and 97% said they felt happy and content regarding their role.

Current vacancies:

Digital service design lead

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Peer support workers - Families in Mind service 

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Parental mental health worker - Families in Mind Service

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Deputy mental health service manager - Worthing

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Mental health service co-ordinator - Chanctonbury

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"I like the fact that I am involved in an organisation that is predominantly aimed at helping people and making the world a better place. This gives me a wonderful sense of helping to achieve something good"

Response from 2018 staff survey

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