Reeltime Music exists to inspire young people through creative activities. We aim to bring about a positive change in the lives of disadvantaged young people, and for those young people to share the power of creativity to change lives.
You should be able to demonstrate the commitment and motivation to support young people using the medium of creative youth work. It is essential that applicants have experience in the following:
· Working with young people in a group setting
· Playing and teaching musical instruments
· Ability to have a flexible approach to work
· Good reporting skills
HOPE for Autism operates in North Lanarkshire and has been supporting autistic people and families for almost twenty years. The charity has grown significantly during this period and we are ambitious for the future development of our autism support services.
There is an exciting opportunity for an Autism Support and Transition Practitioner to join our staff team. This role will focus on providing support for children, adults and their families/carers, ensuring that both emotional and practical support are provided. A key aspect to this role will be to support and develop transition pathways for autistic people. There will be a need to work together with autistic children, young people and adults. This role requires further development of a support service that includes collaborative work with parents, carers, partners and the staff team.
The ability to record and monitor information, and an aptitude for collaborative working and partnership development is essential to this role.
This role will require an empathetic and passionate approach to the opportunities and possibilities for autistic people.