Charity registered in Scotland SC043269
REACH was established on 9th March 2012 to bridge the gap in post diagnostic services across Lanarkshire, to provide support to families who have a young person with an Autism Spectrum Condition living within the authority of South Lanarkshire.
Following a period of working closely within the autism community, it was noted there existed a need to work pan-Lanarkshire to provide much needed support and activities in both North and South Lanarkshire and reflect the diagnostic services used by those within NHS Lanarkshire.
REACH Lanarkshire Autism was established in 2012 to bridge the gap in services throughout Lanarkshire.
As part of our ongoing commitment to create services for children and young people with Autism and their families, we are looking for a part time (job share) Neighbourhood Development/Activity Co-ordinator to work within the Whitlawburn and Springhall area of South Lanarkshire. Their role will be to engage with families and support them to access our services such as play therapy, peer support, sport and social activities. By having dedicated workers in the area, it will help to remove any barriers which families feel might prevent them from accessing additional support as well as raising additional awareness of the services that REACH provide in the local area.
Experience of Autism is desirable but not essential as it is your willingness and enthusiasm to support our families and enable them to access the necessary support that we are looking for.
This is a five-year post funded by the National Lottery Community Fund; the contract expires in February 2023. The deadline for completed application forms will be Friday, 26th July 2019 with interviews taking place soon after. Only those shortlisted for interview will be notified. The successful applicant will be required to register with the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme.
REACH Lanarkshire Autism was established in March 2012 to bridge the gap in post diagnostic services throughout Lanarkshire. REACH is a parent led, pan Lanarkshire charity and currently has around 285 members.
We are looking to employ an Activity Co-ordinator whose responsibility it will be to set up new activities for our children and young people with Autism in both North and South Lanarkshire. These activities will be varied and will be community based to ensure easy access for our families. The Activity Co-ordinator will also provide support to staff in our current activities to ensure our children and young people are supported, having fun and making progress.
This is a full-time post which has been funded for one year by The National Lottery Community Fund’s Young Start programme. We would hope that the position will show a need for continued funding to extend the length of the contract.
Whilst it is desirable that the successful applicant is educated to degree level, the post holder must have knowledge and experience of working with people with Autism. Ideally, we would be keen to hear from people who have worked in a similar position and possess the necessary skills to provide support to both staff and service users. The post holder will be required to register with the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme.
The post covers North and South Lanarkshire although the post holder will be based in our office in Cambuslang.
REACH Lanarkshire Autism was established in March 2012 to bridge the gap in post diagnostic services throughout Lanarkshire. REACH is a parent led, pan Lanarkshire charity and currently has around 220 members.
We are looking to employ a Project Manager who will be responsible for assisting the Board of Trustees to support the delivery of the organisations’ services as a Lanarkshire wide charity. This will be achieved through retaining current services and helping to develop new projects. The post holder will manage the day to day running of the charity and will liaise with the Board of Trustees as and when required to ensure the charity is continuing to develop and expand.
This is a part time post (20 hours per week) which has been funded for three years by The National Lottery Community Fund. However, it is hoped that additional funding will be obtained to increase the weekly hours.
We are looking for someone who has experience of working in the field of social care and/or the voluntary sector. You will display good networking skills and have a proven record of working towards and achieving improved outcomes. Experience of managing, supporting and motivating staff is essential as well as having experience of service promotion through talks and information sessions.
22nd November 2018
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