Daisy Chain is looking to appoint a motivational person who will encourage, inspire and support the personal development of people with autism and related conditions.

Salary: £20,000
Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Daisy Chain is a well-known and established charity in Tees Valley specialising in helping families affected by autism. They believe that Daisy Chain makes a demonstrable, significant and sustainable difference to the lives of hundreds of families across the Tees Valley. Working at Daisy Chain gives you the opportunity to make a difference on a daily basis and to the see the positive outcomes that your input can make.

This role will have a particular focus on developing, outdoor learning, recreational activities and physical education the post-holder will work to incorporate these into Daisy Chain’s services, in line with Daisy Chain’s core values.

You must be able to demonstrate your enthusiasm for using the outdoor environment as a physical learning resource, for recreational activity and for outdoor learning. You must have experience of working with people with autism and you will need to be able to provide mentoring and support to Activity Support Workers.

This post also requires you to have a clean driving licence and access to transport.

Application form, job description and person specification can be obtained from their website: Work for us

Alternatively, you can contact the HR Department on 01642 531248 who will send you a recruitment pack.

Closing date for applications 12 noon, Friday 14th December 2018

We would like the successful candidates to start as soon as possible.

Completed application forms should be sent to recruitment@daisychainproject.co.uk via email or post to Recruitment, HR Department, Daisy Chain, Calf Fallow Farm, Calf Fallow Lane, Norton, Stockton-On-Tees, TS20 1PF

CVs must be accompanied with a Daisy Chain application form. Applications will not be processed without a Daisy Chain application form.


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