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Do you have what it takes to change the lives of autistic people and their families? Every year we make a difference in the lives of thousands of people who face daily inequality and challenges accessing the right support. Join our passionate team and create more opportunities for autistic people.

Do you have what it takes to change the lives of autistic people and their families?

 

Every year we make a difference in the lives of thousands of people who face daily inequality and challenges accessing the right support. Join our passionate team and create more opportunities for autistic people.

Autistic people know what it takes to provide the right support. That’s why we actively encourage applications from autistic people or those who self-identify as autistic.  

 

A diverse workforce is vital to our continued success.  We operate a guaranteed interview scheme ensuring that anyone with a disability and applicants from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), who meet the essential requirements of the role, will be automatically shortlisted for interview during the selection process.

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Current Vacancies:

Sessional Play worker (bank)


Vacancy: Sessional Play worker Variable hours (3-12 hours per week)

Salary: £7.35 - £9.98 p/hour

Closing Date: Ongoing Interview Date: Ongoing

HACS is an equal opportunities and inclusive employer. Applications from people with disabilities and ethnic minorities are actively encouraged as a diverse workforce is vital to our continued success. We particularly welcome applications from those with a diagnosis of autism or self-identify as autistic. We operate a guaranteed interview scheme ensuring that anyone with a disability and applicants from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), who meet the essential requirements of the role, will be automatically shortlisted for interview during the selection process.

We are the leading specialist provider of Autism services in Hillingdon, with over 20 years’ experience supporting autistic people and their families. We are seeking energetic, inspiring and enthusiastic people to join our Children and Young People’s Service. We provide youth clubs, holiday Playschemes, Saturday Clubs and specialist programmes for autistic young people aged 7 – 25 years. We are looking for committed individuals who enjoy playing games and being creative, are resilient and remain calm under pressure and share our passion for making a positive difference in the lives of autistic people.

The successful candidate should have knowledge, skills and experience of supporting autistic people. We are keen to recruit candidates with a relevant Children and Young People’s Workforce qualification, however this is not essential if you have the right attitude, commitment and willingness to learn as we provide a wealth of training and personal development opportunities.

HACS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS disclosure and will need to provide references from their last 5 years of employment. To request an application pack or to arrange an informal discussion please contact: recruitment@hacs.org.uk or call 0208 606 6870




Autism Advisor (Children & Families)


Full time (37.5 hours per week)

Salary: NJC Scale 6 - £24,982

CLOSING DATE: 14th November 2021

INTERVIEWS: Various dates/times - we will be interviewing before and after the closing date so please don't delay submitting your application - this position may close early

HACS is an equal opportunities and inclusive employer. Applications from people with disabilities and ethnic minorities are actively encouraged as a diverse workforce is vital to our continued success. We particularly welcome applications from those with a diagnosis of autism or self-identify as autistic. We operate a guaranteed interview scheme ensuring that anyone with a disability and applicants from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), who meet the essential requirements of the role, will be automatically shortlisted for interview during the selection process.

We are the leading specialist provider of Autism services in Hillingdon, with over 20 years’ experience supporting autistic people and their families. We are seeking someone who shares our passion and enthusiasm to work as part of our Family Support Hub, providing impartial and accessible advice information and guidance. You will be the first point of contact for people seeking support from our service, offering a listening ear and practical support when they need us most. You will provide a range of support including telephone advice, assist in group support sessions and coordinate our parent/carer training programme. This is an existing service that we have been delivering for over 20 years and the successful applicant will be joining the Charity during an exciting period of growth and expansion.

HACS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS disclosure and will need to provide references from their last 5 years of employment.

To request an application pack or to request an informal discussion about the role, please email recruitment@hacs.org.uk or contact Maeve O’Connor on 0208 606 6780




Family Support Lead (Early Intervention)


Hours: Full time (37.5 hours per week - flexible arrangements may be considered)

Salary: NJC Scale S02 p26 - £30,451

CLOSING DATE: 14th November 2021

INTERVIEWS: Various dates / times - we will be interviewing before and after the closing date so please don't delay in submitting your application - this position may close early

HACS is an equal opportunities and inclusive employer. Applications from people with disabilities and ethnic minorities are actively encouraged as a diverse workforce is vital to our continued success. We particularly welcome applications from those with a diagnosis of autism or self-identify as autistic. We operate a guaranteed interview scheme ensuring that anyone with a disability and applicants from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), who meet the essential requirements of the role, will be automatically shortlisted for interview during the selection process.

We are the leading specialist provider of Autism services in Hillingdon, with over 20 years’ experience supporting autistic people and their families. We are seeking someone who shares our passion and enthusiasm to work as a specialist and senior advisor in our Family Support Hub, providing impartial and accessible advice, support and representation. You will also lead on the development of new pre-diagnostic support initiatives for families who are on the waiting list for diagnosis for diagnosis.

Deep understanding of the challenges faced by families navigating the Education, Health and Care systems is essential. You will have a wealth of experience in providing specialist autism support drawing on up-to-date theory and evidence-based educational approaches and frameworks, such as SCERTS, SPELL and Positive Behaviour Support. You will be confident in designing and delivering Training workshops and short courses that are responsive to the needs of our families and support professionals to creative inclusive environments where autistic children and young people thrive. We have been delivering outstanding Family Support for over 20 years and the successful applicant will be joining the Charity during an exciting period of growth and expansion.

HACS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS disclosure and will need to provide references from their last 5 years of employment.

To request an application pack or to request an informal discussion about the role, please email recruitment@hacs.org.uk or contact Maeve O’Connor on 0208 606 6780




Autism Advisor (Adults)


Hours: Full time (37.5 hours per week - flexible arrangements may be considered)

Salary: NJC Scale 6 - £24,982

CLOSING DATE: 14th November 2021

INTERVIEWS: Various dates/times - we will be interviewing before and after the closing date so please don't hesitate to submit your application - this position may close early

HACS is an equal opportunities and inclusive employer. Applications from people with disabilities and ethnic minorities are actively encouraged as a diverse workforce is vital to our continued success. We particularly welcome applications from those with a diagnosis of autism or self-identify as autistic. We operate a guaranteed interview scheme ensuring that anyone with a disability and applicants from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), who meet the essential requirements of the role, will be automatically shortlisted for interview during the selection process.

We are the leading specialist provider of Autism services in Hillingdon, with over 20 years’ experience supporting autistic people and their families. We are seeking someone who shares our passion and enthusiasm to work as an Autism Advisor for the new post-diagnostic support service at HACS. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing a caseload of autistic adults who have recently been diagnosed, providing information/advice, training, one to one support, group-based support and signposting of services. They will support autistic adults to understand autism and develop strategies to manage day to day challenges and develop long-term resilience. The goal of the Autism Advisor is to maximise mental health, wellbeing and inclusion of autistic adults. This is a preventative service which will be designed to reduce risk of mental illness and mental health admissions. The successful candidate should have knowledge, skills and experience of supporting people with autism.

HACS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS disclosure and will need to provide references from their last 5 years of employment.

To request an application pack or to request an informal discussion about the role, please email recruitment@hacs.org.uk or contact Maeve O’Connor on 0208 606 6780





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