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Work for HACS

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 Playleader
    Variable Hours Salary: £7.49 - £10.42 p/hour We are seeking energetic, inspiring and enthusiastic people to join our Children and Young People’s Service. We provide youth clubs, holiday Playschemes and Saturday Clubs for autistic young people aged 7 – 25 years. We are looking for someone who enjoys playing games and being creative, is resilient and remains calm under pressure and shares our passion for making a positive difference in the lives of autistic people. This is an ongoing vacancy - you can apply at any time
  • Job Coach
    Full time 37.5 hours Part time hours and bank work also available Salary: £27, 969 FTE We are seeking someone who shares our passion and enthusiasm to work as part of our Skills & Employment Team. The successful candidate will provide support, training and guidance to autistic adults and/or adults with learning disabilities with the aim of supporting them to find and sustain fulfilling paid employment. The purpose of the job coach role is to support adults as they prepare to enter the workplace, working with them to secure employment and learn and perform their job tasks. 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 also have part time opportunities with variable hours available. Please find the application pack below. Please return the completed application form, together with a personal statement of no more than 1700 words. Please carefully consider the Person Specification in your personal statement to tell us why you are suitable for this role. We ask that you evidence relevant experience and skills against all criteria. Completed application form must be sent to recruitment@hacs.org.uk If would like some more information or just an informal chat about this role, please contact Katherine Eaton: katherine@hacs.org.uk The closing date is 18th August 2023 at 5pm. We will be commencing interviews upon receipt of application.

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