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Residential Support Worker, Level II – Worksop, Notts

A vacancy has arisen for a Residential Support Worker, Level II based within our residential home for adults with autism in Worksop, Nottinghamshire.  Although this will be your base unit, there will be times when you are required to work in other areas of service.
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Casual Relief 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. The school enjoys a city centre position based on Bath Street in Nottingham which means access to good public transport and access for staff and students to a great range of local facilities.

Salary: £8.80 per hour more–>

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

An overall objective at the school is to provide the highest quality specialist education, addressing the specific needs of autism as well as the individuality of each pupil / student and their family.

We require an enthusiastic individual who is versatile and experienced in the development of children and young people in an educational setting.

The job opportunity is intentionally offered on a ‘Zero Hour Contract’ working as and when required and when you are available; allowing you to earn money and gain experience.

The successful applicant will need to hold or be working towards a level 3 qualification relevant to the role. In return, we offer a supportive team environment and good opportunities in training for continued professional development.

To apply: Please go to our website at www.autismeastmidlands.org.uk where an electronic application form and relevant job description & specification can be downloaded and completed. Completed application forms should be returned to the following email address: rosemary.hall@autismeastmidlands.org.uk

Please ensure your quote the vacancy reference number CTA / SHS / FEB18 on any correspondence relating to this position.

Closing date for completed applications is: Friday 9th March 2018
Interviews scheduled to take place: Wednesday 21st March 2018

Please note this will be subject to receipt of satisfactory references prior to the interview and an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check

Autism East Midlands is an equal opportunities employer.

‘The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of
children and young people’
Registered Charity Number 517954

Teaching Assistants (Qualified)

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. The school enjoys a city centre position based on Bath Street in Nottingham which means access to good public transport and access for staff and students to a great range of local facilities.

Salary £17,770.00 – £19,804.00 per annum pro rata
(Actual £14,899.00 – £16,604.89 per annum) Term time only more–>

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

An overall objective at the school is to provide the highest quality specialist education, addressing the specific needs of autism as well as the individuality of each pupil / student and their family.

We require enthusiastic individuals who are versatile and experienced in the development of children and young people in an educational setting.

The successful applicants will need to hold or be working towards a level 3 qualification relevant to the role. In return, we offer a supportive team environment and good opportunities in training for continued professional development.

To apply: Please go to our website at www.autismeastmidlands.org.uk where an electronic application form and relevant job description & specification can be downloaded and completed. Completed application forms should be returned to the following email address: rosemary.hall@autismeastmidlands.org.uk

Please ensure your quote the vacancy reference number TA / SHS / FEB18 on any correspondence relating to this position.

Closing date for completed applications is: Friday 9th March 2018
Interviews scheduled to take place: Wednesday 21st March 2018

Please note this will be subject to receipt of satisfactory references prior to the interview and an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check

Autism East Midlands is an equal opportunities employer.

‘The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of
children and young people’
Registered Charity Number 517954

Support Worker – £15,572 per annum

Autism East Midlands are currently recruiting and are looking for Support Workers to work in various areas of our services. From our website you can gain much more information about the work we do and the variety of roles our staff carry out to support the people within our services.
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Flexible Day Support Workers – Worksop, Notts

Autism East Midlands are looking for permanent Flexible Day Support Workers to work within our day settings for adults with autism. The positions are available in our day service in Worksop, Nottinghamshire.

Full Time – 37 hours per week
Salary – £15,572
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Flexible Waking Night Officer – Heanor, Derbyshire

We have vacancies for permanent Flexible Waking Night Officers to be based within our residential home for adults with autism in Heanor, Derbyshire.  Although you will have a base unit, there may be times when you are required to work in other areas of service.
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Casual Relief Support Workers

Autism East Midlands are very proud to be able to offer applicants the opportunity to gain hands on experience whilst getting paid within the Health and Social Care sector. Our ‘entry level’ positions are based within our residential homes and day services for adults with Autism.  Find out more >>

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 >>