Careers in Autism 360
Working with Autism 360 is much more than a day job.
It is an opportunity to make a difference to people. We aim to shape the future of autism assessment services, and in turn, shape the future of autistic people.
Autism 360 is part of a bigger 360 family. Alongside our ADHD 360 colleagues, we learn and grow together.
The Autism 360 team
We are a growing team of highly experienced autism professionals, comprising of nurses and allied health professionals. We are an organisation that cares, listens and wants to help. We pride ourselves on offering a high quality, time efficient service.
Clinicians within Autism 360 are committed to providing a high standard of service.
They are compassionate and understanding, motivated to ensure a person centred experience for those choosing our service for their assessments.
Our guiding principles and values
At Autism 360 we hold ourselves up the following principles within all aspects of our work:
Towards those using the service, their family and towards each other.
We do what needs to be done, only what needs to be done, and we do it with precision.
We impute quality with every interaction and detail. Every contact or action is designed to make a positive difference.
Acceptance, respect, protection, encouragement of others and learning are our core values.
These are visible in our practices, policies and interactions.
We will also widely advertise on social media, such as LinkedIn when there are open vacancies.
If you want to express active interest in joining us, please send your details, current CV and cover letter clearly showing how you meet the role requirements to our recruitment team.
We will routinely recruit for careers in autism, to support the growing service.
Why join Autism 360?
In addition to joining a team that is as committed to supporting its staff as those who access the service, you’ll receive the following:
Dedicated administrative support.
Contributory pension scheme.
Regular supervision and feedback opportunities.
Opportunities to build a professional portfolio through contributions to journals, conferences and online articles.
28 days annual leave, plus bank holidays and additional birthday leave.
Flexible, family friendly, working hours.
Free access to our 4-berth luxury static caravan ‘Chrysalis cottage’, located in the Peak District.
All technology needed for the role and to maintain connection to the rest of the team.
Regular CPD opportunities to continually enhance your skill and knowledge.
Invite to full team summer and winter residential social and learning events to maximise connectedness and professional relationship fellowship.