Job | Full Time

Support Worker, Maghaberry/Lisburn Area

Autism Initiatives

Carer Professions
£16,638.75 per annum
If you are passionate about supporting people with learning difficulties or an Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) and want to assist us to deliver our Core Values, then we want to hear from you.

Hours / Contract:    37.5 hours per Week, Permanent
Work Time:              Monday – Sunday, flexibility required
to meet the needs of the rota
                                 Part Time positions also available

Remuneration:        £16,638.75 per annum pro rata
Closing Date:           25th July 2019

Please state your preferred hours on your application.


Essential Criteria:

  • Working, Voluntary or Personal knowledge of providing care and support
  • Be flexible to work on a rota basis that includes unsocial hours and weekends
  • Registered or agreeable to NISCC registration on appointment
  • Full UK driving licence held for at least 1 year


What we offer:

  • Free Autism Specific Training
  • Extensive Induction
  • Opportunities for QCF development
  • Excellent growth and advancement opportunities
  • Staff Buddy / Mentor Programme


Closing Date

Thursday / 25 July 2019 4:00pm

Contact Details

Visit our website at or email [email protected] or phone our HR department on 02890 699131 or Text 07920 656717

Maghaberry/ Lisburn Area
Maghaberry/Lisburn Area
United Kingdom

More Information

Please note this post is subject to an enhanced check by Access NI.


Following the interviews a waiting list may be created for similar posts for a six month period.


Volunteer opportunities available please phone for more details.

Autism Initiatives is committed to equal opportunities in employment and service delivery.
Registered Charity No: XR72211, NIC 104641


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