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New Struan School

Autism Practitioner | (Full Time & Part Time Positions available)

Location: New Struan School Residences, Alloa, Clackmannanshire

Salary: £20,972 - £22,410

Hours: Full Time & Part Time opportunities available

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The Role

Autism Practitioners will work alongside the Senior Autism Practitioner and other team members to build positive relationships and develop personalised support plans for the supported individual. They will also work in partnership with the supported individual, their family and health professionals. Working with stakeholders to ensure the supported individual’s life goals and aspirations are at the centre of their support. 

For Stirling University students interested in this position we can also offer transport to and from our young people's residence in Alloa.

Classroom Assistant | (Full Time) 

It's all about the power of relationships!  Are you looking for a career that makes a meaningful difference to the lives of others?   

We are looking for a Classroom Assistant to join our team at New Struan School.

Location: Alloa, Clackmannanshire

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The Role

We have exciting opportunities for classroom assistants based in New Struan School in Alloa. The school’s primary aims are meeting the complex and intensive needs of pupils with autism through providing a range of vital day and residential autism specific services.

 

Contact:

For advice on applying for any roles or any information about our vacancies, email our People & Culture Business Partner, Caroline Shirlaw at caroline.shirlaw@scottishautism.org 
At Scottish Autism championing equality, understanding, respect and inclusivity for LGBTQ+ Colleagues and for the people we support, is important to us. We are committed to creating an environment that is inclusive and welcoming to all. 

We are delighted to announce that we have passed the LGBT Charter at Foundations level!