Our people make our business. If it wasn’t for their remarkable efforts, passion for making a difference and innovative thinking we wouldn’t be the successful, growing and forward thinking company we are today.
When you join Target you become part of the Target family. We work hard, the work is varied, interesting and fast paced. We like to have fun, we organise various social events throughout the year most notably Family day. Talent and dedication are recognised and rewarded through internal career progression and the annual bonus scheme. We always seek continuous improvement and appreciate our people are best placed to have innovative ideas to make improvements, everybody has a voice and we always want to hear it.
Passionate about making a difference in the services we provide, supporting the community and what we can achieve together.
Fostering a culture of continuous improvement and innovation to make a difference.
Together we will be transparent taking responsibility for our actions ensuring honesty, quality and reliability.
We show respect for our people, our customers and our community.
We take learning and development seriously and want our team to be the best they can be, whatever their role, skills or background.
We understand that some people wish to further their careers, and others wish to do a great job the role that they are in. Whatever the individuals aspirations we offer the following to develop our talented people;
- Personalised induction programme
- Annual performance reviews
- Development plans
- Internal department secondments
- On the job training
- Internal and external training courses
We have a charity partnership with The Selsey Community Forum. We help the charity by fundraising across the business and volunteering our time.
The Selsey Community Forum
Selsey Community Forum is a partnership of local voluntary organisations that seeks to discern and meet local needs.
Over the past four years, while helping to develop the Selsey Community Plan, the forum has been involved as a partner in starting and sustaining over one hundred new activities and organisations. Examples have been Manhood Internet Radio, the cycle route from Selsey to Chichester, the Flood Activities Group, the Community Christmas Lunch, Selsey Community Watch, the Selsey Youth Network and Forget-Me-Not (Selsey’s Dementia-Friendly Community Project).
Links with the University of Chichester
We offer undergraduate work placements to help bridge the gap between hands on experience and vocational study, giving the students a chance to apply skills gained through their course to professional work