Pour ceux qui parlent anglais Le National autistic society en angleterre cherche des personnes qui veulent travailler avec les autistes. Ils emploient 2000 personnes.
For someone with autism, it is hard to make sense of life. Decisions are difficult, choices are problems. Here at the NAS, we're committed to raising the profile of autism and educating people about the condition. The question is, do you have what it takes to help us break even more new ground? The National Autistic Society (NAS) currently employs over 2,000 staff. Ninety per cent of all staff are employed within NAS Schools and Adult Centres.
Please also see vacancies within schools and services accredited by Autism Accreditation by following the link at the bottom of this page.
Current vacancies within The National Autistic Society:
Administration Support Officer (part time)
The NAS's help! 2 team is looking for someone to provide administrative and budget monitoring support from their office in Nottingham.
National Co-ordinator - Wales
This demanding and diverse role involves identifying the needs of people with autistic spectrum disorders and their carers in Wales and developing initiatives to help them, developing strategic plans, working with statutory bodies and managing a number of staff in NAS Cymru.
Advocacy Administrator (part-time)
A highly skilled person is needed to assist the Advocacy Service Co-ordinator in Scotland, providing administrative support and working with NAS volunteers.
Cook/Domestic Science Tutor
We are looking for someone to prepare an exciting and well balanced daily menu for service users and staff in our Acton service. The successful candidate will also help a small group of service users to develop their cooking skills.
Programme Support Workers
We are looking for highly motivated and confident people to join our dedicated teams in Acton or Ealing, working with people with autism.
Day Pupil Practitioner
The NAS Daldorch House School in Catrine, Ayrshire, is recruiting for a practitioner to work with children and young people with autism.
Day Pupil Trainee Practitioner
Daldorch House School in Catrine, Ayrshire, is recruiting for a trainee practitioner to work with children and young people with autism.
Practitioner/Trainee Practitioner (two posts)
Two posts are available at Daldorch House School for a Practitioner and a Trainee Practitioner.
Practitioner/Trainee Practitioner (two six-month contracts)
Two temporary posts are available at Daldorch House School for a Practitioner and a Trainee Practitioner, working full time for a period of six months.
The successful candidate will implement public campaigning activity, which harnesses the support and energy of our members, branches and others to promote changes that will improve the rights and experiences of people with autism and their families.
Policy and Research Officer - Children
As part of the Policy and Parliamentary team, you'll work to ensure that public policy and legislation reflect the interests of children with autism and their families.
Director of Communications and Public Affairs
We are seeking a Director of Communications and Public Affairs to play a key role in addressing the challenges facing this diverse and rapidly expanding charity.
Conference and Events Manager
We are looking for someone to manage the Conference and Events function and to market and organise conferences and other events as agreed in the annual business plan.
Senior Educational Psychologist
Radlett Lodge School in Radlett, Hertfordshire, is expanding its psychology service and would like to appoint a full-time Senior Educational Psychologist.
Support Workers and Practitioners (Bank)
Daldorch House School in Catrine, Ayrshire, is loooking to appoint support workers and practitioners.
Broomhayes School and Children's Centre is looking for residential staff who are allocated to a particular unit which provides constant care and the development of stable relationships
Support Workers and Relief Support Workers
The Surrey Service wishes to appoint support workers and relief support workers who will have some previous experience of working with people with learning difficulties and an understanding of autism and will be able to work flexibly using their own initiative.
Casual (Bank) Support Workers - Leicestershire
Based in the NAS Leicestershire service, this challenging position requires confident and flexible people to work with adults with autism in residential and day service settings that have structured day and evening programmes.
Casual (Bank) Support Workers - Manchester
Based in the NAS Manchester Service, this challenging position requires confident and flexible people to work with adults with autism in residential and day service settings that have structured day and evening programmes.
Casual (Bank) Support Workers - Northamptonshire
Based in the NAS Northamptonshire service, this challenging position requires confident and flexible people to work with adults with autism in residential and day service settings that have structured day and evening programmes.
Job application pack
Contains: Important notes for applicants; link to NAS employment Information Sheet; application form (PDF and Word)
Opportunities for a career with the NAS
Opportunities for a career with The National Autistic Society.
If you are looking to gain valuable experience working with people with autism and their families why not volunteer for our Parent to Parent Scheme or Befriending Scheme? We are also seeking volunteers for our national Autism Helpline, the Advocacy for Education Service, and the Fundraising Department - please get in touch if you would like to be involved.