Yes, it can sometimes be challenging, but working here is also incredibly rewarding. We welcome applications from all sections of the community but particularly from those with a diagnosis of autism or Asperger syndrome.
We are looking for a talented and enthusiastic PE Teacher / Head of PE and Sports who will be working with our multi-disciplinary teams and teach group and individual lessons to our students. You will lead our team of 3 sports coaches and specialist tutors and work with staff across the school to give our pupils opportunities to access Physical Education and sports.
We are looking for a number of Learning and Behaviour Specialists to suport our learnenrs to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to make a successful transition to adulthood and to live and work as part of their community. You’ll work alongside specialist tutors and allied health professionals to support our learners to achieve outstanding outcomes.
We are looking for an Events and Community Assistant with experience of working in, and supporting, a busy and successful Events and Community Team. You will support all aspects of the supporter journey and gift processing, becoming the first point of contact for the Events and Community Team, whilst developing and implementing new systems of support.
We have several new and exciting opportunities for dynamic, enthusiastic Occupational Therapists to work in one of our London’s leading schools for children and young adults with autism.
We are looking for an experienced administrator to provide administrative and project support to the Training and Development team. You will play a crucial part in ensuring the smooth running of external training and development activities across the charity and will be the contact for all training and consultancy enquiries. We are looking for someone with strong organisational skills, experience of working with online systems, an excellent attention to detail who will enjoy working with colleagues across the organisation and liaising with external stakeholders and partners.
We are looking for an Administrator/Receptionist to provide high quality administrative and reception support to the Ambitious College team in Southall. This will include supporting financial and HR processes as well as implementing and maintaining databases and systems to maintain Care Quality Commission and Ofsted regulation.
We are looking for an experienced Grants and Trusts Fundraiser with a proven track record of securing five and six-figure gifts from lottery, statutory and trusts sources, to join our successful Trusts, Lottery and Statutory Team.You will be responsible for raising significant funds from a variety of grants sources, including Lottery, statutory agencies and institutional trusts and foundations. Your ability to develop clear and persuasive proposals and to build strong relationships with a range of grant givers will enable you to play a key role in helping us to grow our income.
We are seeking an outstanding Head of Curriculum to lead and develop our curriculum offers across two campuses. We deliver highly personalised study programmes that are framed around the Preparing for Adulthood pathways. Our belief is that what a young person learners at College should be informed by and direct what they want to do after College. As the name suggests we are Ambitious for our young people and need a driven person to deliver on that ambition.
We are looking for a number of Learning Support Co-ordinators to join our dedicated support team working within the Ambitious College campus at Barnet & Southgate College in Colindale, and the brand new Southall campus of Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College.You’ll work alongside specialist tutors and allied health professionals to support our learners to achieve outstanding outcomes.
We are looking for an ABA Supervisor, who has an excellent track record of working with children with autism aged 3-19 years across a range of settings (e.g, home, school, community). We are looking for someone with experience in coaching, training and supervising others who is able to demonstrate excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, across a range of audiences, including parents and carers.
We're looking to recruit ABA tutors to join us and to share our ambition to make the ordinary possible for children and young people with autism – to enable them to learn, thrive and achieve.