Careers at Autism Plus
Ask our staff, there are few jobs that are more rewarding than supporting people with disabilities. Whatever area you work in at Autism Plus, right from the very beginning you will be learning about how you can make a positive difference in someone’s life. As a member of our care team you will believe in our ethos and family values, you will want to make a difference in someone’s life. We are not necessarily looking for people with experience in care, but you should be caring, with a friendly personality and want to make a genuine difference.
If you feel that you have the skills and qualities to work with and support individuals with autism, learning disabilities and mental health diagnoses then we may have options for you. We also have more specialised roles within our social enterprises and within our support service functions. On this page you will find more details of current vacancies and volunteer opportunities.
All successful applicants will be required to have pre-employment checks completed once an offer has been made. For more information on what is required please click here.
As part of our recruitment process, we collect, process and store personal data related to job applicants – both paid and unpaid. We have updated our privacy notice for job applicants which you can view here.
View our latest vacancies listed below.
Send your completed application form to us by:
Email: email@example.com or
Post: Recruitment, Autism Plus, The Exchange Brewery, 2 Bridge Street, Sheffield, S3 8NS
Please note that we are happy to accept CV’s, however, you must complete this short form with your CV to be included for shortlisting, please click here to download.
'Autism Plus is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity'
For information on all of our volunteer positions, please contact Volunteer@AutismPlus.co.uk
At Autism Plus we welcome volunteers in wide range of roles, from learning support, the retail environment at one of our charity shops to our social enterprise businesses. Unfortunately we do not have any volunteer vacancies within the care side or working with Service Users at the moment, but we will update the website with future opportunities.
Whether you are a student, parent or carer, retired or just looking to do something great for a good cause, as a volunteer at Autism Plus you will be joining a fantastic team, meeting new people and really doing something worthwhile - helping people with autism and learning disabilities.
From helping us to raise money to serving customers in our shops or teaching your skills - you will be helping more people with autism to live independent lives.
To apply to become a volunteer with us, please follow the steps outlined below:
View our latest volunteer opportunities listed below.
Send your completed Volunteer Application Form to us by:
Post: HR Department, Autism Plus, The Exchange Brewery, 2 Bridge Street, Sheffield, S3 8NS
We do not have any volunteer vacancies working directly with Service Users at the moment.
Gender Pay Report 2018
We welcome the opportunity to carry out Gender Pay Reporting and to provide analysis on the results. The gender pay gap shows the difference in the average pay between men and women in a workforce. Our report outlines the gender pay gap using a snapshot date of 5th April 2017. This information will be the basis of ongoing reviews and analysis in order to increase the diversity of the organisation and to continue to provide a quality service in line with the Autism Plus philosophy. The report details that 68% of the total workforce are female, 75% of the Senior Management Team are female and the Board comprises of a 50/50 split of males and females.
Our approach to pay is based on the job role, and therefore men and women that do equivalent jobs are paid at an equal level. Download the Autism Plus Gender Pay Report 2018.
Last Updated 12/07/18