Outreach worker for Autism Hub

by wsunadmin | 11th August 2021

One post 20 hours per week £12,358 per annum (£21,627 FTE)

The post is a temporary contract until 31st March 2022 (Extension to contract is subject to additional funding)

You can be based from home anywhere in Wiltshire but you will be required to travel across the County of Wiltshire.

Are you looking for a new and exciting role? Do you have an understanding of the unique challenges faced by people on the spectrum and their families?

As an Outreach Worker for the Wiltshire Autism Hub you will work with autistic people and their relatives and carers across Wiltshire. You will be experienced in supporting and mentoring people in a personalised way, both on a one to one basis as well as in a group setting and have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. You will need to be able to work flexibly, planning and prioritising your caseload effectively as no two days are ever the same.

You will have knowledge and experience of in working in partnership with organisations and services across Wiltshire.

This role does not involve personal care.

WSUN is a service user led organisation which supports people across Wiltshire

How to apply: Please request more information about the post by contacting the office on 01380871800

CV’s are accepted for initial contact. Informal discussion: Contact Louise Rendle CEO

Closing date for applications: Monday 6th September 2021 however we will be assessing applications as we receive them and may choose to close the deadline early.

Applicants must have use of their own car, for which mileage expenses will be paid.

The Wiltshire Service Users’ Network are an Equal Opportunities employer. We ensure that our recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment and we encourage all applications. We offer a contributory pension scheme and five weeks holiday a year plus public holidays (pro rata). The post is subject to an enhanced level Disclosure & Barring Service criminal records check.

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