Job Vacancies

Full time vacancies

Due to an expansion of our services, we are seeking to recruit the following position;

Employment Development Co-Ordinator

To join our supported employment project for young adults with autism. Experience of working within an employment related project and/or marketing is essential as is a knowledge or understanding of autism.  

The post is 35 hours per week and the salary is £24,500 pa

For further information or for an employment pack, please contact Lynn Chapman on 020 8517 9317 or e-mail

lynn.chapman@sycamoretrust.org.uk

Closing date: Friday 26th October 2018 - 9am

 

Part time vacancies

Due to an expansion of our services, we are seeking to recruit the following part time posts;

Support Worker

to work on our newly funded Parenting Pathways project, supporting people with learning difficulties. The post is 15 hours per week.  Expeience of working with adukts with learning difficulties/autism is essential.

Salary £11 per hour

 

Information & Advice Worker

to join our team at the Romford Autism Hub. The post is 8 hours per week.  Experience of working with autism is essential.

Salary £11 per hour

 

For further information or an employment pack, please contact Lynn Chapman on 020 8517 9317 or email

lynn.chapman@sycamoretrust.org.uk

 

Support Worker

The Sycamore Trust UK are recruiting for Support Workers to work alongside young adults with Autism on a one-to-one basis.

The Trust aids individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Support Work service enables young people to access social activities, education settings, travel on public transport or simply to visit the shops.

Best of all, the Trust’s Support Workers get paid! So, not only is there an opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of young people with autism, but it’s a useful source of part time income.

There are many different situations where a Support Worker can be beneficial.  They can assist young people in accessing work or activities in the community but are unable to do so alone.  Having a trusted person by their side can relieve the anxiety that is often experienced in these situations.  This can increase independence, confidence and self-esteem.

Applications from all areas of the community are welcomed, but particularly from men, as there is a shortage of male support workers.  Every applicant would be subject to the normal checks and references related to working with children. 

For more information on how to become a Support Worker, contact Sarah on 020 8517 9317 or e-mail supportwork@sycamoretrust.org.uk