Tailor Ed Foundation
Tailor Ed Foundation

Charity registered in Scotland SC039246

Tailor Ed Foundation is an Edinburgh based charity which supports families who have a child with autism. Our aim is to improve day to day life and we do so via a range of services including home based interventions.


Current vacancies

Project Worker

  • Full time or Part time
  • £25,147
  • Edinburgh, but remote working possible
  • Closing 7th December 2020

We’re looking for a Project Worker to join our Target Specific Service. You will be working with children with autism (aged 5-16) and their families, helping them learn new skills and achieve goals that make a difference to daily family life.

Whilst the role can involve home visits to families, we’ve developed effective remote delivery methods during the last year in response to COVID-19 and therefore the post could be delivered by someone not based in or near Edinburgh.

Tailor Ed is a dedicated team of passionate and skilled professionals whose wish is to see children with autism and their families empowered and included, able to live the lives they want to and access all the day to day experiences that other families take for granted. We need to grow our team and are looking for staff to help us deliver our high quality services to families across Edinburgh and East Lothian. We require confident practitioners, skilled at forming relationships with children with autism and their families. We need excellent communicators dedicated to supporting children make progress they care about that leads to lifelong outcomes.

Take on a challenging role within a talented and supportive team and make a real difference to children with autism and their families.

For anyone interested in the post, we’re holding a couple of Q&A sessions where you can meet the team and ask any questions you have about the organisation, our work and the post. They will be at 12.30pm and 8pm on Monday 30th of November. Please email roo@tailoredfoundation.co.uk to request the Zoom link to the session.

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