Jobs

 

The Aldingbourne Trust is a genuinely respected employer with consistently positive feedback being shared via our regular staff and volunteer surveys. In October 2010 we earned the Investors in People Gold Standard and regularly have opportunities for people to join our award winning teams.
The Aldingbourne Trust is able to offer a comprehensive induction and excellent training opportunities, generous annual leave, pension, life assurance, counselling service, child care and cycle vouchers schemes.
There are four ways you can work with us:
  1. General job vacancies
  2. Through our dedicated care workers job agency, Support Workers Direct
  3. Become a bank support worker
  4. Volunteer
GENERAL VACANCIES
Support Workers Direct - Bognor Regis - Negotiable

Support Workers Direct is a subsidiary of The Aldingbourne Trust.

This role provides support for a variety of people with a wide range of needs.  You will be expected to deliver high standards of support, as part of a dedicated team. 

To join the team, no previous experience is required. However, we are looking for a caring nature and a genuine desire to make a real difference.

If you would like to find out more, please contact Julie Williams on 01243 838537.

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Part-Time Minibus Driver - Fontwell - £7.76 to £9.32 per hour (depending on experience)



The Aldingbourne Country Centre is located on the edge of the South Downs National Park. We provide vocational training for people with learning disabilities across a range of activities and are an established visitor attraction in the area drawing over 60,000 visitors a year. We pride ourselves on giving people a great experience and have just been awarded a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence.

We are looking to recruit a minibus driver to cover the morning and afternoon transport runs around the Bognor Regis area. In addition there may be other driving duties required during the day so it is important the successful candidate can be flexible.

This is an important role within the team to build good working relationships with Country Centre staff, volunteers, and our clients with disabilities who will be your passengers.
 
Hours: Monday to Friday – by agreement, we aim to get our passengers to the Centre around 9 am and pickups start around 8am.

In the afternoon the return journey leaves here at 4pm. Bus runs normally take an hour or so plus there is time needed to embark/disembark passengers and carry out vehicle checks. We can be flexible about total hours worked but not the collection times. We will consider splitting the role and expect the average would be around 15 hours per week but we can adjust for a suitable candidate. In addition to this there will be the opportunity to get involved in the daily activities at the Centre and additional driving duties during the day. Please call 01243 542075 to discuss if you have any questions.
 
Salary will be in the range of £7.76 - £9.32 per hour,  (depending on experience)

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Fundraising Assistant - Fontwell - £8.35 to £8.75 per hour (depending on experience)



The purpose of the role is to support the fundraising manager to develop & organise events which raise funds towards our major fundraising appeal.

We currently have 4 annual events:  Fundraising February, Golf Day, Aldingbourne Walk and Aldingbourne Challenge.  These are organised, promoted and run by us.  We have further events that external people have instigated which are run in aid of us:  eg. Andrew Robson Bridge Day, Chantry Quire, Back to the 60s.  These events need to be supported so that they are a success and relationships with the organisers maintained so that they want to support us in the future.  This includes, publicity, networking, promotion and with the running of the event.

A key requirement of this post is to increase our income to ensure a significant amount of money is raised for the £4 million appeal and development at the
Aldingbourne Country Centre.
 
10 hours per week
Salary will be in the range of £8.35 - £8.75 per hour, (depending on experience)
 
Closing Date 5 pm on Friday 25 August

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Gardener/Horticultural Person - Fontwell - £15,627 to £18,776 per annum (salary dependent on skills and experience)



The Aldingbourne Country Centre is located on the edge of the South Downs National Park - we provide vocational training for people with learning disabilities across a range of activities and are an established visitor attraction in the area drawing over 60,000 visitors a year. We pride ourselves on giving people a great experience and have just been awarded a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence.
 
The successful applicant will be responsible for ensuring that the grounds of the Centre present an attractive and welcoming environment for everyone.
By providing Horticultural and Gardening services on site you will be working alongside the people we support helping them to learn associated vocational skills. In addition to working on site there may be opportunities to provide this service within the local community.
 
You will be required to develop excellent working relationships with Country Centre staff, volunteers, people we support with disabilities and visitors to the Country Centre. You will be supported by the Senior for Events & Retail and the Country Centre team. Due to the nature of this role, some weekend working is required, including public holidays.  Rotas will be agreed on a monthly rolling basis.
 
The contractual hours for this post are 37.5 hours per week based on working 5 days from 7
(dependent on rotas), including some weekend and public holidays.
 

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Lead, Horticultural and Site - Fontwell - £18,776 to £22,101 per annum (salary dependent on skills and experience)



The Aldingbourne Country Centre is located on the edge of the South Downs National Park - we provide vocational training for people with learning disabilities across a range of activities and are an established visitor attraction in the area drawing over 60,000 visitors a year.

By providing Horticultural and Gardening services on site you will be working alongside the people we support helping them to learn associated vocational skills. In addition to working on site there may be opportunities to provide this service within the local community.

The successful applicant will have overall responsibility for ensuring that the grounds of the Centre present an attractive and welcoming environment for everyone. The role will have some staff supervision responsibilities you will manage our gardener/horticultural support staff member. 
You will be required to develop excellent working relationships with Country Centre staff, volunteers, the people we support and visitors to the Country Centre. You will be supported by the Senior Support with responsibility for Horticulture, Events, Farm and Retail and the Country Centre team.

Due to the nature of this role, some weekend working is required including public holidays. 
Rotas will be agreed on a monthly rolling basis.
 
The contractual hours for this post are 37.5 hours per week based on working 5 days from 7 (dependent on rotas), including some weekend and public holidays.

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