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South Lanarkshire Vacancies

Autism Practitioners   |  (Full Time & Part Time)

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. 

Location: Biggar, Lanark and Carluke
Salary: £20,972 - £22,410 per annum
Hours: Full Time & Part Time

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The Role

As an 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 are willing to learn and develop into the role. We will support you to do this by offering an extensive autism specific training programme.

Autism Practitioner   |  (Full Time & Part Time)

We are looking for a Autism Practitioners to join our service in Ridgepark. 
Located in Lanark near the town centre, Ridegpark House is a transitional assessment service supporting 9 autistic individuals to develop their skills for the future.


Location: Ridgepark, Lanark

Salary: £20,972 - £22,410 per annum
Hours: Full Time - 37 hours per week

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The Role

As an 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 are willing to learn and develop into the role. We will support you to do this by offering an extensive autism specific training programme.

Cook  | (Temporary Position for 6 months)

Location: Clannalba in Lamington, by Biggar
Salary: £14,713 - £15,636 inclusive of rural allowance
Hours: Temporary Position for 6 months | Part time – 14.75 hours per week

Casual opportunity available

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The Role

We are currently looking for an enthusiastic and committed Cook based at our service in Lamington, Biggar. You will contribute to the provision of innovative and healthy food for young people and autistic adults.

In this role, you will be responsible for performing skilled cooking activities, including planning healthy and varied menus (including special diets), preparing a full range of meals for supported individuals, organise the serving of meals and ensuring the kitchen preparation and storage areas are maintained in a clean and hygienic condition.

As part of your role, you will be required to undertake shift work, including weekends, evenings and required for on-call, so flexibility towards working hours is key.

Autism Practitioners  |  (Full Time, Part Time & Nightshift)

Location: Clannalba, in Lamington by Biggar
Salary: £22,922 - £24,360 inclusive of £1950.00 rural allowance (pro-rata)
Hours: Full Time, Part Time & Nightshift positions available

If you have the desire to support individuals with complex care needs and have the commitment and dedication to enable autistic people to lead happy, healthy and fulfilling lives, then please apply now!

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The role

We are recruiting Nightshift Autism Practitioners to join our team – Clannalba, in Lamington, by Biggar, providing Residential Support for 9 young autistic men;

On a day-to-day basis, our Autism Practitioners enable autistic people to complete all activities of daily living, which includes personal care and household chores. We work to an agreed plan for each individual, monitoring progress and collaborating to amend the plan when appropriate.

It is sometimes demanding but always emotionally rewarding work, and for many of our staff, the best job possible. Our leadership culture is about creating a positive, constructive, and supportive environment for the people we support, and our staff whom they depend on.

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! 

 

 

"Living at Clannalba has been a life changing experience for our son. His quality of life and his ability to cope and manage with the world have improved immensely. 

At Clannalba everything has been tailored to meet his very distinct needs. It has been wonderful to see him thrive and to watch the close relationships he has with his team.

There is a huge emphasis on true person centred care and individuality is celebrated. During each planning process huge consideration is given to our son’s passions, his problems and his potential. At Clannalba it’s all about what matters to our son, not what is the matter with our son. 

We consider Clannalba a real home, not just a place to live. A real home is a place in life which stops you from being alone and at Clannalba our son is respected as a person of importance within a community of friends."

Parent, Clannalba