Thank you for your interest in working with Peter Bedford Housing Association. You may find it helpful to read about the organisation and its history to see if you like the sound of our ethos. You’ll also find information on some of our policies in Publications.
Our colleagues are our greatest asset; we are committed to providing them with the support and conditions of service they need to carry out their jobs to the highest standards.
We currently have the following vacancies and volunteer opportunities at PBHA.
Coffee Shop Volunteer
To support staff in providing friendly customer service and maintaining a welcoming environment at The Coffee Shop, PBHA’s newest social enterprise. For further details on this role and to apply click here.
Coffee Shop Assistant (Temporary) x 1
Do you have previous coffee shop experience, a flair for customer service and want to make a difference to your community? If you would like to play a key role in our exciting new venture, please get in touch. For further details on this role click here.
Coffee Shop Manager (Permanent) x 1
We have opened a new social enterprise Coffee Shop and are looking for a hands-on, socially minded, food-loving manager to start ASAP. If you would like to play a key role in our exciting new venture, please get in touch. For further details on this role click here.
Recovery Coordinator (High Support) x 1
Can you inspire hope and recovery? Are you able to support and shape a team? Are you experienced in providing housing related support for people with severe and enduring mental health difficulties? Are you committed to mutual support, participation and personal development? Are you interested in taking your next steps in management? Supporting people who’ve recently experienced mental health crisis to their first steps to independence through our 24 hour service For further details on this role click here.
Recovery Coach (Low Support) x 1
“Can you inspire hope and recovery? Are you experienced in providing housing related support? Are you committed to mutual support, participation and personal development? Can you help people find positive meaning in difficult experiences?” If you are bright, flexible and enthusiastic and want to work in partnership to develop new ways of resolving entrenched issues, we want to hear from you. We particularly welcome applications from men, who are currently under represented in our service. For further details on this role click here.
Community Employment Speciialist (Fixed Term) x 1
Are you passionate about the power of peer support in helping people turn their lives around? Do you want to pioneer new forms of peer support to change employment outcomes for people with long terms conditions or disability? If you would like to play a key role in our Adult Learning and Employability department, please get in touch. For further details on this role click here.