Do you have what it takes to work for Autism Anglia?

From left, Caroline Wheeler, Helen Broughall who has Autism, Vera Amys, Joe Weatherill and Lois Ware

From left, Caroline Wheeler, Helen Broughall who has Autism, Vera Amys, Joe Weatherill and Lois Ware who did a sponsored skydive to raise money for Autism Anglia. Picture: Matthew Usher. - Credit: Matthew Usher

Autism Anglia are currently looking to fill several positions within their organisation, do you have what it takes to work for them?

Vacancies available include Support Worker positions in Dereham and Norwich, on a full and part time basis.

These residential roles are ideal for passionate people who will work to encourage people within the autistic spectrum to develop the skills and strategies to live a fulfilled life.

Ideal candidates will be enthusiastic, positive, energetic, flexible and love to work as part of a team.

All positions are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

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As well as these, an Assistant Instructor role is available at the charity's Opportunities Centre in Dereham, to support and guide service users to participate within internal and community based activities.

Sam Loosley, Manager of Autism Anglia's residential homes in Dereham, said: 'We are very passionate about the service user's we support and we encourage staff to look at new ways to stimulate their lives and seek out new activities that they will enjoy.

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'No-one stops learning, having professionals within the charity means that we can all tap into their expertise in areas such as speech and language, positive behaviour support and psychology.

'If your application is successful, you would be part of a very professional organisation, where the safety and security of both the staff and the people we support is paramount.

'That cliche there is no I in team, at Autism Anglia, Directors and Managers are all involved and approachable.'

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