Waking Nightshift Autism Practitioners - Alloa
- Hilton House, Business Park, The Whins, , FK10 3SA
- £21,919 - £25,534 per year
- Contract Type:
- Position Type:
- Part Time
- 37 hours per week
This position has expired.
Waking Nightshift Autism Practitioners
Central Area Services - Alloa
£21,919 - £25,534 pro rata
£11.56 per hour when confirmed in post
(£11.39 per hour - engagement period, £13.27 per hour - advance development rate)
Part time: 16 hours per week
At Scottish Autism we acknowledge the specialist support our staff provide to autistic individuals, therefore those doing support work are known as Autism Practitioners. We provide outstanding training and are continuously improving to ensure all our Autism Practitioners are supported and have the skills to deliver a quality service. This post is a good opportunity for those with a generic support worker experience to specialise.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for enthusiastic and committed Nightshift Autism Practitioners to be part of the team within Central Area services.
“I really enjoy coming to work and love working with the individuals I support” Staff member, Central Area Services
Day opportunities - Supporting individuals with Autism to gain new skills and interests in a safe and thriving environment.
Housing Support -To support individuals with Autism to maintain their own tenancy and to provide care at home as required.
Adult Residential - To provide a home to individuals with Autism within a group setting while promoting life skills.
Scottish Autism’s Values are:
· Collaboration – we work with others and value their opinions
· Compassion – we work with each other and our service users with care and kindness
· Change Makers – we never stand still, we move positively forward always focussed on quality and being the best
· Contribution – we love what we do, we never lose sight of our purpose and the difference we make in society
As a Nightshift Autism Practitioner, experience of working within social care is desirable but not essential as we are seeking to appoint people who share our values and have an interest in building relationships. We will support you to learn and develop within the role and offer an extensive autism specific training programme.
“Scottish Autism are good employers. We really focus on individualised support plans that have the individual’s best interests at heart” Staff member, Central Area Services
Scottish Autism offers you:
· 32 days holiday (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
On a day-to-day basis, Autism Practitioners enable autistic people to complete all activities of daily living, which includes personal care and household chores. You can also expect to be out and about supporting autistic people to access their communities and to take part in activities of their choosing. For this to be possible, Autism Practitioners will be required to carry out shift work including sleepovers and weekends.
These posts are subject to a PVG Disclosure check.
Please note all new employees must register with the Scottish Social Services Council within 6 months of starting in post.
Scottish Autism is a smoke free organisation. Our aim is to protect the Health and Wellbeing of our employees and the individuals we support by providing a smoke free environment.
Closing Date: 13th April 2023
Valuing diversity and promoting equal opportunities is at the heart of our vision, mission and values.