Working here



We believe that coming to work should be a rewarding experience for both paid staff and volunteers – our workforce is important to us, as is the positive impact they have with our client’s health and wellbeing. We appreciate the importance of having strong leadership and good management; we know that the most important resource in the organisation is our people.

We are committed to an organisational culture that values people from all backgrounds. We welcome and encourage applications from all members of the community regardless of gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnic origin, age or disability. We welcome applicants who have knowledge of housing, health and/or social care services, in particular people who have had experience of using these services.


Sussex Oakleaf provides comprehensive training for all of our staff. We are strongly committed to both professional and personal development actively encourage our staff to undertake any training suitable to their role and development. We offer a full induction package for all new staff and regular supervision with your line manager.


Sussex Oakleaf is committed to an organisational culture that values people from all backgrounds. We will challenge ourselves, and our communities, to actively demonstrate diversity and equality to ensure that we all have equality of opportunity and feel comfortable and safe whoever we are.

In order to ensure that we are not discriminating unfairly and to measure how effective our Equal Opportunities procedure is (and for no other purpose) we monitor all job applicants and employees by ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability and age.

Please click here to view a copy of our Equal Opportunities Explanatory Notes.