Autism & Neurodiversity North Scotland
Autism & Neurodiversity North Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC007421

Autism & Neurodiversity North Scotland (previously Grampian Autistic Society) was founded in 1987 by a small group of parents and professionals who were concerned for the needs of autistic individuals. It was the first organisation of its kind in the region to offer help and support to autistic individuals, their families and wider support networks. Beginning as a support group, the society expanded over time and became a parent-run organisation which was later constituted into a charity. We have a staff team of around 50 people and provide direct, ongoing support and services to over 150 individuals and their families throughout Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Moray and North Scotland, as well as support groups in person, and online.

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Services Manager

  • Full time
  • £28,000 – £32,000
  • Aberdeen
  • Closing 26th November 2021

This is an exciting time to join us, due to our recent growth, with the opportunity to shape our future and new strategic plan for 2022-2027. The Services Manager will play a key role in our leadership team, supporting teams and services throughout Grampian and the development of new services. This role offers significant opportunity for progression for the right candidate.

The right candidate willlead and manage the provision of high quality, safe and stimulating autism specific and neurodiverse services and environments for children, young people, and adults throughout Grampian.

Supported by a group of four to five Team Leaders, you will have the ability to lead, manage and motivate a team of support staff to work creatively, collaboratively and provide high quality support and services to individuals and their families.

You will be our Registered Manager for both our Playschemes in Aberdeen and Elgin, as well as our Outreach Service. We operate 365 days per year, 7 days per week between the hours of 8am and 9pm.

The role is full time (part-time or job sharing may be considered),permanent, based in Aberdeen with regular travel throughout Grampian,andrequires regular evening and weekend work to ensure we provide essential services and support to our teams and neurodiverse community.

This vacancy has now closed

Children & Young Person (CYP) Manager

  • Full time
  • £30,000 – £35,000
  • Aberdeen
  • Closing 1st July 2022

In the role of CYP Manager, you will play a key role in our Leadership Team and organisation, currently consisting of circa. 50 staff.

The role of CYP Manager is a new role created in line with our development and growth, and expected to be varied, challenging, and highly rewarding for the right candidate, with significant opportunity for professional development and promotion.

Full job description attached below.

This vacancy has now closed

Service Manager

  • Full time
  • £32,994 – £37,994
  • Aberdeen
  • Closing 10th February 2023

We're looking for an experienced, skilled, talented & passionate individual who shares our vision - Autism & Neurodiversity; a world of fulfilling & happy lives for those who think differently - to join & lead our team within our services in Aberdeen & Moray, playing a key & essential part of the wider A-ND leadership team.

The role of our new Service Manager will require the successful person to register with the SSSC & as registered manager with the Care Inspectorate, overseeing our existing Outreach & Support Service, & our very exciting & brand-new project, Binky the Sensory Bus. You will work closely & collaboratively with our Children’s Service Manager & effectively contribute to the wider leadership team.

You will be assisted & supported by a minimum of two Team Leaders, with one currently based in Aberdeen & two based in Moray at Winchester House. Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, you will play a vital role in driving our current & new services forward.

Our Values

• We are innovators

• We are human rights led

• We are thought leaders

• We value relationships

• We are influencers

• We are passionate

What you will need to succeed

• Strong collaboration, team-working skills & a positive attitude

• Ability to communicate effectively through a variety of channels & styles, using your own initiative

• Strong work ethic & organised, supporting consistency & psychological safety

• Knowledge & ability to effectively use Microsoft packages

• Strong ability to prioritise & manage workloads of self & others

• Eager to develop

• A genuine passion for caring for others, autism & neurodiversity

• Patience & understanding

We offer a wide range of staff benefits, including:

• Competitive salary

• Flexible working arrangements & family-friendly policies

• Generous annual leave entitlement (pro-rata) – 36 days (including public holidays)

• Pension scheme

• Training & Development

• Blue Light Card Membership

If you would like more information or a confidential discussion about the role, please contact our head office on 01224 277900 & ask to speak to our CEO, Billy Alexander.