Within this list we have included some organisations from East Sussex or West Sussex who might be able to offer services to jobseekers living in Brighton and Hove.

Able and Willing: information to come. Please visit http://www.ableandwilling.org.uk/

Supported Employment Team, Brighton & Hove City Council, Montague House, Montague Place, Brighton, BN2 1JE, 01273 295961
SET@brighton-hove.gov.uk
http://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/content/social-care/health-and-wellbeing/supported-employment
 
The Supported Employment Team helps people with a disability or long-term illness to find and or maintain a job.

City Jobs
Based on the first floor balcony at City College Brighton and Hove, Pelham Tower, Pelham Street, Brighton.

Alice Parrott Tel: 01273 232645  Email: AP1@ccb.ac.uk  or  Eddie Young Tel: 01273 232642  Email: EY@ccb.ac.uk

City Jobs is a free employment service offering assistance with recruitment in Sussex. They can help employers with staff recruitment in Brighton and Hove from their wealth of students from a variety of disciplines, and our links with job seekers in the local community.

Everyday Recruitment Ltd
Specialising in sourcing temporary workers as well as permanent staff for any industry in Sussex.

Local details: Tower Point, 44 North Road, Brighton,
East Sussex, BN1 1YR. Telephone: 01273 666358

Head Office: 136 High Street, Selsey, West Sussex
PO20 0QE Telephone: 01243 605111
This is the home page on their website.

Friends Centre
An independent adult education organisation supporting people who find it hard to learn, including people who have been out of education for a long time, those with few formal qualifications, people with mental health needs or learning disabilities, refugees and asylum seekers and homeless people.

Local details: Friends Centre, Brighton Junction, Isetta Square, 35 New England Street, Brighton BN1 4GQ.
Telephone: 01273 810210

Head Office: as above
This is the home page on their website.

Futures Training
Delivering education services, helping individuals realise their potential in and outside of the workplace.

Local details: 127 Gloucester Road, Brighton, East Sussex,
BN1 4AF. Telephone: 01273 605090

Head Office: as above
This is the home page on their website.

Grace Eyre offer a range of inclusive day activities to over 100 people with learning disabilities in Brighton & Hove. Individuals are able to build a programme of sessions based on their own interests and aspirations. The Active Lives scheme aims to promote independence and learning through these activities as well as giving people the ability to develop new networks and friendships.

While the supported Employment Project offers training sessions which focus on employability, Grace Eyre can also support individuals to develop the skills they need to take their first steps towards the workplace.

36 Montefiore Road, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 6EP

Active Lives (Karen Askew or Janet Head)
call 01273 201909 or email activelives@grace-eyre.org

The Life Project CIC
Young Peoples Centre, 69 Ship St, Brighton, East Sussex.
Telephone: 01273 323376. Email Erica Sosna

The Life Project is a social enteprise that aims to bring transformative education and coaching to young people and adults across the UK, enabling them to have clearer direction, higher motivation and to take more positive action. We work with schools, universities, charities, central and local government, providing inspirational and dynamic training and workshops for youth, adults and the professionals who serve them. www.thelifeproject.co.uk

The Probation Service
Local Details: 47 Grand Parade, Brighton, East Sussex,
BN2 9QA. Telephone: 01273 810300.

Head Office: Surrey and Sussex Probation Trust, 185 Dyke Road, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 1TL. Telephone 01273 2277979.
This is the home page on their website.

Based in Surrey, as a residential college, Queen Elizabeth's can take referrals from anywhere in the South East.
Queen Elizabeth's Foundation Vocational Services
Leatherhead Court, Woodlands Road, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 0BN. Telephone: 01372 841100.

QEF Vocational Services offer employment skills training for adults with disabilities or long term health conditions. The programmes cover business, technologies, trades and employability skills for those wishing to retrain, gain skills and enter and sustain employment. QEF have places for residential and non-residential trainees.

Please visit their website by clicking here

QEF Neuro Rehabilitation Services
Brain Injury Centre, Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People, Banstead Place, Park Road, Banstead, Surrey,
SM7 3EE. Telephone: 01737 356 222.
For full details of their course for people with acquired brain injuries, please call the number above or email Tony Hart using this address.

RBLI
Working with vulnerable and disadvantaged people.

Local Details
Brighton: Lower Ground Floor, Hanover House, Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XG. Telephone: 01273 827580.
Eastbourne: 2nd Floor, Ivy House, Ivy Terrace, Eastbourne, BN21 4QT. Telephone: 01323 465670.

National Details: Hall Road, Aylesford, Kent, ME20 7NL
Telephone: 01622 795900. This is the home page on their website.

Skills Training UK Ltd
Placing individuals (often from disadvantaged backgrounds) in to work and enhancing their long-term career prospects with improved skills and recognised qualifications. Supporting businesses to recruit, train and retain the staff they need.

Local details: 2nd Floor, Olivier House, 18 Marine Parade, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1TL. Telephone: 01273 688442

National details: 4th Floor, Wembley Point, 1 Harrow Road,
Stonebridge Park, Middlesex, HA9 6DE
Telephone: 0208 903 4713
This is the home page on their website

Southdown
Supporting people with mental health issues to find and maintain employment.

Main address details: 2 Bell Lane, Lewes, East Sussex,
BN7 1JU. Southdown Supported Employment's telephone number is 01273 40582.

Within Southdown's website this page tells you more.
Martin Dominy is Head of Supported Employment.
Kevin Rozario-Johnson is the contract manager for East Sussex.
Donna Johnson is the contract manager for West Sussex.
Susana Belzunce-Segarra is the contract manager for Brighton and Hove.

Tomorrow's People Trust
Helping disadvantaged people find and keep work.

Local details:
Brighton: 1st Floor Wenlock House, 41/43 North Street, Brighton, BN1 1RH. Telephone: 01273 722607.
Eastbourne: 1st Floor, Minster House, York Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex BN21 4ST. Telephone: 01323 418123.
Hastings: 3rd Floor, Rothermere House, 49 - 51 Cambridge Road, Hastings, East Sussex, TN34 1DT.
Telephone: 01424 717213.

Head office:1st Floor, Minster House, York Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex BN21 4ST. Telephone: 01323 418123
This is the home page on their website

Whitehawk Inn Training Centre
A community led organisation in Brighton providing information and advice about learning and work, and a range of support activities for adults. For those who are looking to go back to work they offer careers advice, employment support and a range of tailored resources.

Local Details: Whitehawk Rd, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 5NS.
Telephone: 01273 682 222.

Head office: as above.
This is the home page on their website

Work and Learning Opportunities c.i.c
Supporting disadvantaged people (particularly those with mental health issues) who need  help to plan their careers get back into work, training or education. Supporting employers with recruitment and retention issues concerning the same client group.

Local details: Sussex Innovation Centre, Science Park Road, Falmer, Brighton, BN1 9SB. Telephone: 01273 873102

Work & Learning Opportunities is an independent Community Interest Company (and not funded by Local Authorities or Health Trusts)

Head office: as above. This is the home page on their website

Working Links
Local details:
Working Links no longer have offices in Brighton or Hastings
They have a freephone number: 0800 917 9262 and
This is the home page on their website