We are looking for passionate and experienced people to join our team.
Why work for a Specialist Provider?
Working for Autism West Midlands offers those who have a passion for person centred support to be part of this new and innovative journey. A journey that will change the way people can receive support. All our staff will receive specialist training around assistive technology and will play a key role in supporting people to greater independence.
We understand that the key to providing good support is recruiting, retaining and valuing our support staff. Our commitment to our staff is at the heart of our values and we place great importance on providing the right tools, support and information to our staff. We value the commitment, dedication and skills that each support worker brings to Autism West Midlands.
This is a great opportunity to come and be part of a new specialist, empowered and enthusiastic team who want to make sure everyone receives the best support. If you are looking for a new challenge and would like the opportunity to work for a specialist provider we would like to hear from you.
Be part of the change.
Autism West Midlands are looking for a leader with a passion for delivering personalised support and a commitment to ensuring best outcomes for people with Autism and complex needs in a supported living scheme.
Autism West Midlands are recruiting for exceptional Support Workers for a new Supported Living Scheme in Droitwich. We are a provider that places the person we support at the centre of what we do as well as value and utilise the skills and talents of our support staff.
Male Support Workers
We are recruiting for male 1 to 1 support workers on both full time (37.5 hours) and part time contracts. We would like to hear from experienced Support Workers who will encourage and help individuals to achieve their goals and aspirations and to access the community in a meaningful way.
Why Work For Us
“Rewarding, fulfilling and fun are just a few words that sum up being a support worker. Every day I go into work not knowing what the day may bring.
If this appeals to you, then being a support worker is for you”.