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Autism Practitioners

Posted 6 days 7 hours ago by Scottish Autism

£25,038 - £26,476 Annual
Not Specified
East Lothian, Haddington, United Kingdom, EH413
Job Description

Autism PractitionersLothian - Haddington Home SupportFull Time & Part Time Positions available£13.01 - £13.76 per hour / £25,038 - £26,476 pro rata (inclusive of rural allowance)Sleepover rate: £96At Scottish Autism, we acknowledge the specialist support our staff provide to autistic individuals, therefore those doing support work are known as Autism Practitioners.We are looking for Autism Practitioners to join us at our Haddington housing support service, supporting Autistic individuals to maintain their own tenancy and provide care at home as required.As an Autism Practitioner, experience of working within social care is desirable but not essential as we are seeking to appoint people who share our values: Collaboration; Compassion; Change Makers; Contribution.We love what we do, we never lose sight of our purpose and the difference we make in society.New colleagues must be keen to learn and develop into the role. We will support you to do this by offering outstanding training and we are continuously improving to ensure all our Autism Practitioners are supported and have the skills to deliver a quality service. This post is also a good opportunity for those with a generic support worker experience to specialise."I feel supported by my line manager in my role" Autism Practitioner.Autism Practitioners will work as part of the team to:- Develop personalised support plans for the supported individual.- Build positive relationships with the supported individual.- Work in partnership with the supported individual, their family, health professionals.- Work with stakeholders to ensure the supported individual's life goals and aspirations are at the centre of their support. On a day-to-day basis, Autism Practitioners enable supported individuals:- To take part in their chosen activities,- To help maintain their tenancies and support them to make the decisions that matter to them.- Required support will include personal care, promoting independence and active citizenship, community inclusion, support with household chores etc. - You can also expect to be out and about supporting the individual to access and engage in their local community and to take part in activities of their choice, which is great fun for all.As part of your role, you will be required to undertake shift work, including weekends, evenings and required for on-call, so flexibility towards working hours is key. We encourage and welcome applications from people with lived experience of autism."I love my workplace; the organisation values are displayed on the walls which promotes a positive working environment." Staff member.Scottish Autism offers you:Staff wellbeing is priority, and we strive to ensure all colleagues feel valued and supported at work.We provide an excellent benefits package which includes a competitive salary and a personalised learning pathway for all.We keep it simple with 3 pay points. You progress at your pace as you develop. We benchmark regularly to ensure the rates are competitive. - 32 days' holiday pro rata (which increases with your length of service)- Sector leading training from day one, including fully funded support to complete your necessary SVQ- Non-contributory life assurance scheme- Workplace Pension (Employer matched up to 9%)- Discount platform- Employee Assistance ProgrammeThese posts are subject to a PVG Disclosure check. All new employees must have applied to register with the Scottish Social Services Council within 3 months of starting in post, and be registered within 6 months. Scottish Autism cover all the costs of PVG membership and SSSC Registration for employees.Closing Date: Tuesday 2nd July 2024Valuing diversity and promoting equal opportunities is at the heart of our vision, mission and values.Registered charity number is SC009068

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