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Work with us

Do you want to make a difference?

We’re always looking for caring people to join our friendly, supportive team providing high quality, affordable housing and specialist services across Sussex.


We’re hiring! Take a look at the current job opportunities in our team.

We are proud to offer competitive pay within the local care sector that is above the Real Living Wage rate and local retail employers.

Working with Southdown

We pride ourselves on having a hard working, diverse workforce, and a friendly and respectful culture. We know if our employees are well supported, and engaged in our mission and values, we can deliver better services.

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion

We’re committed to ensuring all our employees and clients are treated equally and fairly.

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How to apply for a role

Useful advice and guidance when applying for any of our vacancies.

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Business excellence and our employer awards

We aim to be an excellent employer. Find out about some of our initiatives and awards.

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Selected Stories

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"I felt I could really make a difference"

Alice received support from our Employment Support service and is now a Peer Tutor at our Recovery College. Read her story to find out how she is supporting students with autism.

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"Diversity, equality, and inclusion in any workforce is vital"

Introducing Alysha Burrell, one of Southdown's Board Members.

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"I'm very proud to work for Southdown"

As part of Southdown's 50th Anniversary celebrations, we spoke to Brian, who has worked in our Learning Disability Support services for over three decades.