Women’s Musculoskeletal (MSK) Caseworker


Recruiting Organisation: Brighton Women’s Centre (BWC)                               

Working hours: 14 hours per week within normal office hours 9am – 5pm. Local travel will be expected.
Salary: £10,192 (FTE £25,481)
Contract: Fixed term until October 2023 with possibility of extension.
Location: A flexible mix of remote working from home and face-to-face work based in agreed locations within Crawley, Horsham and Mid-Sussex CCG. Occasional travel to other BWC premises in Brighton or Eastbourne as required.


BWC is currently recruiting for a Women’s Musculoskeletal (MSK) Caseworker. The Sussex MSK Partnership is a unique local partnership bringing together primary care, specialist musculoskeletal care, community and mental health and well-being experts to deliver the whole musculoskeletal service in central Sussex.

BWC’s MSK Caseworker will be supporting women referred from this service through the Crawley, Horsham & Mid-Sussex CCG who require additional practical or emotional support. The MSK Caseworker will provide holistic, integrated casework support to address a range of practical and emotional needs, including helping with signposting, advocacy and referrals. She will be informed by BWC’s values, policies and procedures and will understand the importance of building trust and self-esteem with service users, to enhance recovery and engagement with BWC and other services.



To Apply

For the full job description, person specification and more information on BWC please download the Job Application Pack here – https://womenscentre.org.uk/vacancies/womens-musculoskeletal-caseworker/

To apply please complete an application form and equalities monitoring form and return these to admin@womenscentre.org.uk before the deadline.


BWC provides holistic and trauma informed services to women and girls living with multiple disadvantages across Sussex, supporting women through  Women’s Centre in Brighton and Hove and through  community Women’s Hubs across the county and into Kent. Support is provided in prison including HMP Bronzefield.

BWC is committed to inclusion and diversity and actively encourage applications from women from a variety of backgrounds, and with a range of skills and experiences. They are particularly interested to hear from women who have personal experience of the criminal justice system, those with disabilities and those from Black or Racially Minoritised Communities who are currently under-represented in the organisation.

This post is restricted to women only as a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9 paragraph 1, Equality Act 2010.


Closing Date: 27 February 2023

Interview Date: First fortnight of March – date TBC

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