Below, you’ll find regularly updated local jobs and other opportunities in the Adur district for young adults.

There will occasionally be opportunities posted from further afield, including anywhere between Brighton and Worthing.


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Youth Workshop Assistant
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We are seeking an enthusiastic individual dedicated to nurturing the potential of young people and fostering a supportive environment where they can thrive. As a Youth Workshop Assistant, you will play a pivotal role in creating a secure and inclusive space for young individuals, providing mentorship and guidance during critical stages of their lives. Your involvement will contribute to their personal development while also enriching our growing Not-for-Profit Community Interest Company (CIC).

My HELM CIC enables people to share their interests in particular subjects whilst forging good friendships along the way! The workshops and tutor clubs are delivered in a fun way with lots of interactive activities, where all attending can get involved at their own pace.

Prioritising child-led subjects and direction, we delve into a huge variety of content, never afraid to step off the usual paths to deliver entertaining, insightful, and enjoyable workshops.

We aim to create a fun yet relaxed environment within each club allowing our children an opportunity to ground themselves and be part of a safe space where they can be accepted and nurtured.

Salary: £12.50 per hour

Supervisor: Manager

Contract Type: Temporary fixed-term contract with rolling renewal. Both part-time and full-time positions are available.

Key Responsibilities:

• Cultivate meaningful connections with young participants, establishing a foundation of trust and professionalism.

• Empower youth to enhance their skills and self-assurance, encouraging active participation and expression of their perspectives.

• Familiarize yourself with the Youth Club’s code of conduct and operational procedures.

• Assist in the registration process and maintain discipline among attendees throughout sessions.

• Support in maintaining cleanliness and orderliness within the Youth Club premises, while documenting noteworthy interactions and activities.

• Proactively manage and defuse potential conflicts among youth, endeavoring to engage all participants inclusively.

• Ensure adherence to safeguarding regulations and organizational policies in all interactions and activities involving young people. Personal Qualifications:

• Prior experience in working with children and adolescents.

• Demonstrated empathy and comprehension of the unique needs of young individuals.

• Confidence in effectively managing and resolving conflicts in a constructive manner.

• Knowledge of safeguarding principles and occupational health and safety protocols.

• Discretion in handling sensitive information and situations.

• Preferred background in youth work and experience with neurodiverse children.

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Bank Support Peer Workers

We’re looking for people to join the team of CAPITAL Peers on a casual basis.

Our peer teams work across West Sussex in hospital settings providing one-to-one independent peer support.

We are looking for people who can offer a variety of hours to cover when staff are on leave.

Support, supervision, and accredited peer support training will be offered.


Hours: Negotiable (Bank)

Rate: £9.90 per hour (pay review pending)

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