Working with us
Impact is a diverse, dynamic, forward thinking and evolving charity. Now’s an exciting time to join us!
We have a highly committed and professional staff team and every year we work with more than 4,500 people of all ages, helping them to live healthy and fulfilling lives.
“The work can be very challenging, but it is always rewarding, and you will get real job satisfaction from knowing that what you do is making a difference.”
What we offer
We offer excellent conditions of employment including:
- A competitive salary
- Generous holiday allowance
- Stakeholder pension scheme
- Induction period, on-going supervision and formal appraisal
- Opportunities for career development
- Further training and enhancement of your skills
- An annual networking meeting for the whole staff team
If you are interested in applying for any of our job vacancies, please download an application pack below. Alternatively, if you would prefer to be sent a physical copy of the application pack by post, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our 24 hour recruitment line on 01273 322958.
Volunteer community advocate (brighton and hove)
Volunteer Community Advocate
Flexible but on average, 3 hours a week
Brighton and Hove
Impact has provided Advocacy Services for over fifteen years. The services have developed over time changing to meet the current needs of those who use them and the service currently provides a range of community and self-advocacy services to people with disabilities in Brighton and Hove and West Sussex.
Impact Advocacy Services deliver person-centred services with individual needs and preferences at the core. We provide a range of advocacy support enabling people with disabilities and health needs to access highly effective, independent, quality and confidential advocacy, ensuring people have rights that are respected, voices that are heard and real choice and control over their lives.
We are looking for someone to provide one-to-one advocacy in the community to people with physical and sensory disabilities, acquired brain injuries, and autism.
The successful candidate will:
- Have an understanding of advocacy principles
- be able to support people to express their views, wishes and feelings;
- be able to ensure those most vulnerable have a voice;
- have strong interpersonal and communication skills;
- have experience of working with people with disabilities
If you would like to have an informal chat about the post please ring Ellie Weaver on 01903 730044 or 07919 964 089.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and the successful applicant will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Services check.
There is No Closing date for applications for this volunteer role, we are happy to receive your completed application at any time.
Download an application pack
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Please note we do not accept CVs, you must complete our application form for any current job vacancies.
Our fantastic team of over 150 volunteers help us to provide many of our services. We have a wide variety of volunteering opportunities.