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Apprenticeship Vacancies

Shoreham Port is a Trust Port which means any additional money that we make is re-invested back into the Port or the local community.   We are passionate about providing good quality careers and are guided by our CIPD award-winning values in all we do.

We are incredibly proud to have won the Diversity & Inclusion Award at the Maritime UK Awards 2023 in recognition of our work in this field.   We were the first Port to achieve Women in Maritime Chartered status and continue to welcome women into a variety role across all Port teams including Operations, Marine and Sustainability.  We are one of a few Ports in the UK to have an equal gender divide at Board level. 

We are mindful of the current Cost of Living crisis and the challenges that some families are facing.  For some, university is just not an option.  Apprenticeships are a great alternative as you can continue your education whilst working and to make this opportunity as accessible to as many people as possible, the starting salary for our 2024 Apprentices will be £16,500 per annum, which is above the Government’s apprentice pay rate.   The available apprenticeship vacancies are:

  • Digital Marking (L3)
  • Sustainability Data Technician (L3)  
  • Commercial & Property Business Administration (L3)
  • Logistics Administrator (L3)

If the student, applicant or parent would like to chat through any questions or concerns they might have about working in a Port environment, please contact Alison

You can view full information about these vacancies on their website here

Applications close 30th April 20204

Engineering Project Manager

Shoreham Port operates 24/7 365 days of the year within a fascinating and complex operations environment, where no two days are the same!

Our Port is ideally located in the South-East of England, perfect for short-sea shipping and handling a variety of key cargoes from the UK and Europe including timber, steel, aggregates, bulks and glass, as well as petroleum, woodchip and cereals. 

As an Engineering Team we have recently completed a major refurbishment of our 90 year old Dry Dock. Throughout 2024 we will be transforming our fishing marina in a £1.6m expansion and installing a shorepower project for £700k. In this role you’ll also be working on Coast Protection Schemes, Lock Gate refurbishment as well as potentially extensive paving, warehouse and quay wall projects.

Key Tasks

  • Lead on all projects whilst fully engaging with the Port’s Health, Safety and Welfare culture with respect to Risk Assessments, Method Statements and Statutory Responsibilities, demonstrating the Port’s policies and procedures at all times. 
  • Develop, monitor and manage Project Schedules and Budgets to ensure successful project delivery. 
  • Contribute to the procurement process for the supply all goods and services required by the Engineering Team for project delivery, ensuring the product/service is fit for purpose, good value and meets the Port’s Values.
  • Draft tender packages and carry out tender assessments ensuring that the project brief can be fulfilled within requirements.
  • Oversee on-site Contractors, monitor site works (including safe systems of work), undertake quality control and track progress against project deadlines.
How we value our colleagues

Salary up to £40k depending on skills and experience. 
Hours of work – 40 hours per week with hybrid working available.
Generous pension contribution.
25 days holiday plus Bank Holidays.
Supportive training. 
Wellbeing benefits including access to Health Cash Plan, Colleague Assistance Programme, Mental Health First Aiders and Cycle to Work scheme.

25% discount at Port Kitchen (our new hospitality venue).

Download the full information pack here

The closing date for applications is Friday 19th April 2024.

Looking for Trainee Accountants

We are Galloways. We're a group of great people helping even greater clients manage their financial affairs. We offer the study support, market rate salary and competitive benefits package that you'd expect, but what differentiates us is our ambitious growth plans for the future. Growth means limitless opportunities for you to develop, grow and build your career as you want to - all with the support of a group of like-minded people in a great part of the country.

We are a Sussex based accountancy firm looking to take on graduates, college leavers and school leavers to train in either accountancy or taxation or both. As we move into the new year, we’re opening our 2023 recruitment programme for training in accountancy or taxation leading to qualifications with AAT, ICAEW, ATT or CIOT.

We have opportunities in our Brighton, Haywards Heath, Hove, Horsham, and Worthing offices across our General Practice & Audit, Outsourcing and Private Client Tax teams.

We support candidates through to qualification with a comprehensive training package including tuition courses, study leave and on-the-job practical training. Many of our current senior team have risen through the ranks of the firms from trainee level.

We recognize that most accountants fall into the profession, therefore we are simply looking for people who are able to demonstrate a high level of numeracy, the intellectual ability required to pass demanding professional examinations (2:1 degree or strong A Level results and C/5 or above in GCSE Maths), an eagerness to work hard and the personal skills with which to build effective relationships with both clients and colleagues. Everything else can be picked up along the way if you are willing to put in the effort.

The starting salary for this role is either £18,000 or £21,000 dependent on qualifications and experience.

To apply, please send a copy of your CV to

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Product Assemblers

Electronic Temperature Instruments Ltd (ETI) are looking for Assemblers to join their busy production team.

The company
ETI Ltd, is a family-run, British, award-winning digital thermometer manufacturer, producing digital and infrared thermometers for food service and industry together with dataloggers, moisture meters, humidity, and pH meters. We are a 5-minute walk from East Worthing railway station.

The role
Our dedicated team of general assemblers perform tasks that are necessary to the production process and the success of our business.
As an assembler, you must have an eye for detail, the ability to comprehend and follow detailed verbal and written instructions and be a team player.

Main duties and responsibilities

  • Using basic tools and soldering techniques to assemble products
  • Assembling products using build procedures.
  • Working with other members of the line or team in order to assemble products.
  • Meeting all safety requirements of the company and industry.

Full training on all activities will be given to the successful candidates.

To be successful in this role, candidates must have: -

  • Accurate attention to detail
  • Excellent hand-eye coordination.
  • A willingness to perform repetitive tasks while sitting or standing for extended periods of time.
  • Good eyesight, including depth perception, peripheral vision, and ability to differentiate between colours.

Job Types: Permanent, Full-time

Salary: £10.50 per hour


  • Casual dress
  • Company events
  • Company pension
  • Discounted or free food
  • Employee discount
  • Flexitime
  • On-site parking
  • Sick pay


  • Day shift
  • Flexitime
  • Monday to Friday
  • No weekends

Supplemental pay types:

  • Yearly bonus

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Worthing, BN14 8NW: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (required)

Work Location: In person

To apply submit your CV to:

Finance Manager

Bird & Blend was set up and is run by Krisi and Mike, who met whilst studying Politics (of all things!) at university.  Starting off packing tea in their bedroom and attending markets, building Bird & Blend from scratch while staying true to our ethos and values has been Krisi and Mike’s passion. Now with an awesome team, multiple retail stores & a thriving international online store, Bird & Blend is leading the way in tea innovation in the UK. 

Finance Manager Mission Statement
To build a strong and collaborative relationship between Finance and key partners across the business. Acting as an owner and an ambassador of the P&L and any activities that impact it.

Contract Type: Permanent, Full Time (40 hours per week)

Location: Worthing / Hybrid (training period expected to be full time in office for minimum 2 weeks)

Compensation: £38,000 - £40,000

About this role 

Your role as Finance Manager will be to support the Finance Director by leading the operational day to day elements of the finance department. You will be responsible for overseeing end to end financial management, ensuring that processes are streamlined, accurate and effective, as well as supporting budget management and departmental monthly reporting.

Assisted by a Finance Assistant, you will be able to communicate effectively with other departments to ensure that the financial goals of the business are being met. You will have an inquisitive attitude that drives you to improve current processes and solve problems as they arise. 

The successful candidate will be proactive, have strong commercial awareness and be excited by being part of an expanding department in a fast-growing independent business. You will have excellent attention to detail, a strong sense of initiative, be highly organised and able to establish good working relationships with other departments. You will have a minimum of 3 years proven experience in a similar role and be able to work autonomously with limited management. 

Specific responsibilities

  • Overseeing day to day financial management including transactional activity, bookkeeping processes, company purchasing, accounts payable and receivable
  • Ownership of specific cost lines within the P&L to drive savings and efficiencies 
  • Supporting the Finance Director with budget management across the business
  • Assisting in monthly departmental reporting & management accounts
  • Line management and development of a Finance Assistant who will support your role 

You will be able to offer the following skills and experience

  • Minimum AAT Level 3 qualified 
  • Minimum 3 years experience in financial management
  • Proven experience of people management
  • Experienced user of Xero
  • Excellent numeracy skills with an ability to analyse & interpret financial data
  • Meticulous attention to detail
  • Ability to proactively manage own workload and delegate as appropriate
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Be a positive contribution to a culture of teamwork and participation

Please note that applications without a cover letter will not be considered.

Are there any perks? 

Of course there are, for all the hard work you will get: 

  • To be a member of a growing 'scale up' independent brand that genuinely cares about its team and will support its team members in any areas in which they wish to grow. 
  • To be a member of a fun, friendly & supportive team who likes to have fun at work.
  • Free drinks & snacks in the office.
  • Monthly tea allowance and a generous staff discount.
  • Free mental health support/therapy.
  • Membership of company pension scheme (if applicable).
  • Holiday accrual that grows with loyalty.
  • Bike to Work Scheme.
  • Paid volunteer days.
  • Dog-friendly office

Click here to apply

Tea Mixologist/Cafe Attendant

What does a Tea mixologist do?
We create a fun, interactive and exceptional customer experience for our customers!  

This role is based at ‘The Nest’, our Worthing site, which houses a cafe space alongside our retail store. This role will include the preparation and serving of food and drinks to customers.

We also dabble in tasks involved in a retail sales assistant role such as cleaning, stock taking, opening and closing jobs etc, sampling in store, outside the store and at events. - It's a TEAriffic Role!

This role is a 12 hour contract.

Does this sound like you?

  • A passion for amazing customer service! 
  • Confidence and friendliness, you must be up for talking to every single person who comes through the door and being comfortable with sampling outside/at events. 
  • An eye for detail and pride in your work, willingness to go the extra mile to make a customer’s day. 
  • Flexibility and the ability to multitask, be open to extra hours on occasion, full availability weekdays and weekends on a changing basis. 
  • Someone who wants a challenge and is up for a steep learning curve but a rewarding and fun work life.
  • Has a passion for the environment and can support B&B in reaching impact goals set out in the sustainability and impact strategy. (We're a B-Corp!)
  • Wants to work for an Ethical brand, alongside like minded people who love to feel empowered daily.
  • Similar experience based in retail, food prep or hospitality experience would be really helpful but not essential.

Are there any perks?

Of course there are, for all your hard work you will get: 

  • To be a member of a small independent who truly cares about its team and will support its team members in any areas in which they wish to grow.
  • To be a member of a fun, friendly & supportive team who like to have fun at work. 
  • Free tea drinks when working 
  • Monthly tea allowance and a generous staff discount
  • Retail Trust Membership -Supporting your wellbeing
  • Membership of company pension scheme (if applicable) 
  • Holiday accrual that grows with loyalty
  • Bike to work Scheme 

Who are Bird & Blend tea co? 

Bird & Blend was set up and is run by Krisi and Mike, who met whilst studying Politics (of all things!) at university.  Starting off packing tea in their bedroom and attending markets, building Bird & Blend from scratch while staying true to our ethos and values has been Krisi and Mike’s passion. Now with an awesome team, multiple retail stores & a thriving international online store, Bird & Blend is leading the way in tea innovation in the UK.

Now what? 

All that's left to do is grab yourself a brew and hit apply! 

We are committed to equality of opportunity for all, applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

If you require any reasonable adjustments to support you throughout the application or interview process please let us know. 

PS, We are also a living wage employer - Wahey!

To apply click here


Ricardo is looking for experts to bring their skills and knowledge to our global network to help us to deliver innovative projects to our clients.

Please click here to see their current vacancies 

No agencies please

Deputy Headteacher

Oak Grove College are seeking a highly motivated and inspirational Deputy Headteacher to join our team.  The Deputy Headteacher, under the direction of the Headteacher, will take a major role in the operational leadership of the college on a day-to-day basis ensuring the safe, smooth and effective running of the college.

They will be heavily involved in strategic planning and decision making about the future direction of the college.

Accountable to the Headteacher, the Deputy Headteacher will support the success of Oak Grove College and play an integral role in the management of the school.

We are looking for a Deputy Headteacher who will:

  • Ensure the safe, efficient and day-to-day operation of the college.
  • Lead the college Positive Relationships policy and ensure a safer and positive learning environment.
  • To lead absence management of students.
  • To oversee, monitor, review and action student attendance issues.
  • Be a PRICE trainer.
  • To be an integral part of the Safeguarding team and one of the Designated Safeguarding Leads.
  • Ensure, review, analyse and action based on the behaviour data and needs of the young people.
  • Lead staff training for positive behaviour management and trauma informed practice.
  • Construct, lead and evaluate the pupil premium strategy.
  • Oversee the operation of the cover, duty and intervention support systems.
  • Line manages Pastoral Leaders, Pastoral officers and a range of teachers.
  • Oversee the allocation of resources with the LA in relation to mapping student numbers, impact on the needs of the college and the necessary resources to support this.
  • Help formulate the aims and objectives of the college.
  • Establish policies for achieving these aims and objectives.
  • Manage staff and resources to that end.
  • Monitor progress towards the achievement of the college’s aims and objectives and use external reviews and accreditation to support self-evaluation.
  • Act as Headteacher in the absence of the Headteacher.

Job Title: Deputy Headteacher
Contract Status: Full Time: Permanent
Pay Scale: Leadership Payscale; Points 18-22
Start Date: 1st September 2024

The closing date for applications is 12pm on 10th May 2024 Shortlisting will take place on the afternoon of 10th May 2024, with the selection day on 16th May 2024.

Click here for the full job pack including details of how to apply

Teaching Assistant (Complex Needs)

We are currently recruiting for additional Teaching Assistants.  Teaching Assistants form an important part of our staff team, working together to support pupils with their learning.

We are looking for individuals with some of the following skills, knowledge and experience:

·         able to employ a wide variety of communication strategies

·         experienced in providing personal care

·         experienced in supporting people with mental health issues

·         experienced in supporting people with social and emotional barriers to learning

·         able to engage and motivate students

·         flexibility to work across the whole college as required

·         excellent organisational skills

·         able to use initiative and work effectively in a team

Prior experience with students with complex learning needs is preferred.

Applicants who are invited to interview will also be observed working with students. 

For the full job description please visit their website

Closing date: 13th May 2024 

Selection date: 17th May 2024 

Events Coordinator

Do you have a passion for creating impactful events in a bid to fundraise for a good cause? Join us at Guild Care as our Events Coordinator! Drive change, combat isolation, and ignite community spirit in Worthing.

Main Duties: 
Lead exciting fundraising events to boost income and awareness.
Secure sponsorships and partnerships like a pro.
Analyse event performance for maximum impact.
Build a dedicated team of donors and volunteers.
Collaborate closely with the Head of Fundraising for success.

2+ years' event fundraising experience.
Expertise in event management and digital marketing.
Familiarity with CRM systems (Raisers Edge preferred).
Passion for the care sector and GDPR compliance.

Desirable Skills:
Project management or event planning qualifications.
Experience in volunteer management and donor relations.

Why Join Us:
Transform lives, shape communities, and advance your career with Guild Care. Competitive salary and endless opportunities for growth await!

Salary - £31,245-£35,678 per annum

Status - Full Time

Type - Permanent

Hours - 35

Apply here 

Activity Leader

We are looking for a capable person who is enthusiastic and passionate about making a difference in the community. You will be running seated sports sessions in the local area in locations like community and day centres and care homes. Full training will be provided. Candidates are ideally drivers with a vehicle as equipment taken between sessions.

Areas: Brighton through to Worthing

For more information, or to apply, please contact
01273 090570

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