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Waking Night Officer – Worksop, Notts

A vacancy has arisen for a permanent Waking Night Officer to be based within our residential home for adults with autism in Worksop, Nottinghamshire.  Although this will be your base unit, there may be times when you are required to work in other areas of service.
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Teaching Assistants

Sutherland House School is a specialist non-maintained day school for children and young people with autism. We make provision for up to 94 pupils / students between the ages of 3 and 19. Previously on five sites in and around Nottingham, the school has now relocated to one site at Bath Street, Nottingham NG1 1AD.

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Support Worker

Support Worker

30 hours per week

Salary: £12,625.94

Are you enthusiastic and motivated? Are you caring and dedicated?

Are you committed to making a difference to someone’s life?

Autism East Midlands offers a rewarding career along with full training.

The support worker will be expected to cover various locations across Nottinghamshire and therefore will need to be flexible in their approach.  The hours of work will vary week to week and will entail early morning and evening work as well as weekends and school holidays

Applicants must be a car driver with full access to a vehicle and relevant business insurance cover

Previous experience is desirable as is a current first aid certificate, but training can be provided.

All successful applicants will need to undergo an enhance DBS check at a cost of £44.00 to the individual.

Closing date: Friday 9th June 2017

Interview date: Week commencing Monday 12th June 2017

To apply: Please go direct to our website at where full details and an application form can be downloaded, completed and returned to

Please quote ref number CFSS/SW/MAY17 on any correspondence relating to this vacancy.


Autism East Midlands is an equal opportunities employer.

‘Autism East Midlands are committed to safeguarding and promoting

the welfare of children and young people’

Registered Charity Number 517954

Volunteers for Flexible Day Support Services

We are currently seeking volunteers for a variety of roles:

EIGHT Volunteers are urgently required for our Flexible Day Support services across Nottinghamshire. These sites are at Mansfield Woodhouse, Worksop, Retford, and in Nottingham City Find out more >>

Volunteer Fundraising Roles

We have several Volunteer Fundraiser Roles available across Nottingham, Derby, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and South Yorkshire.

Would you have time to spare organising and helping our Fundraising Team with traditional fundraising activities such as sponsored or promotional events, raffles and street collections?

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Volunteers for Autism Family Support Hubs

We are now looking to recruit Volunteers to support the Locality Hub Co-ordinators in delivering our Autism Family Support Hubs. Thanks to funding from the Big Lottery Fund the Hubs provide a regular meeting point for families affected by autism, where they can access activities for children, as well as offer support, specialist training and advice for the parents and carers that attend.
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Flexible Care Job Opportunity – Casual Relief Support Staff

Autism East Midlands are very proud to be able to offer students on Health Care related courses the opportunity to gain hands on experience whilst getting paid. Our entry level positions are based within our residential homes and day services for adults with autism. The hours are flexible, making it the perfect role to both support and accommodate your studies. Find out more >>