Work for the leading charity in the West Midlands for people with autism.
Work or Volunteer for Us
Working for Autism West Midlands is varied and rewarding.
We are the leading autism charity in the West Midlands and support hundreds of people with autism and those who love and care for them. By joining our team you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping others.
For most of our jobs, personal qualities are more important than experience: if you have the right attitude and approach, we can support you to gain all of the skills you need.
We are always looking for passionate team members to fill a number of exciting vacancies. If you are an open-hearted individual who is caring, responsible, practical and willing to take the time to understand others, then we want to hear from you.
If you’re interested, please apply online today. If you have any questions, please get in touch and we will be happy to answer your questions.
Do you want a more flexible role? Being a member of our bank staff means you can work flexible hours. If you are interested in joining our bank staff, apply now.
For us it is all about giving you flexibility. If you join our bank staff you don’t have to accept the work offered. Joining our scheme doesn’t stop you from taking on other work or leading your life as you choose.
If you have any questions, please contact us and we will be happy to answer any queries you may have please contact the HR department here: KayleighM@autismwestmidlands.org.uk
Hear from real staff to see what it's like to work for Autism West Midlands.
Team Leader, Residential
The best thing about working for Autism West Midlands is that everyday is different. To help enable individual achieve new experiences and gain confidence within themselves is very rewarding.
Support Worker, Residential
In my opinion the best thing about working for Autism West Midlands is how friendly and approachable all members of staff are, from support workers to senior management.
Shropshire Service Co-ordinator
One of the best things about working for Autism West Midlands is that it is a caring and compassionate organisation. We listen to each other, support each other, help each other and learn from each other.
Get involved and help us in our mission to support people with autism and their families by volunteering your time at Autism West Midlands.
Discussion Group Volunteer
A key role of a discussion group volunteer is to facilitate the discussion between group members, in addition to encouraging quieter group members to have the confidence to engage.
Activity Group Volunteer
Activity group volunteers support a group of adults with autism to access the community, go to new places and meet other people who have autism.
Befrienders support adults with autism to do activities either at home or in the community,alongside another volunteer. Previous sessions have included going for a coffee or meal, cinema,theatre and concerts.