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'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.
We are looking for a large number of Learning and Behaviour Specialists to work alongside specialist tutors and allied health professionals to support our learners to achieve outstanding outcomes.
We are looking for an intern/volunteer to support the fundraising team across all their activities as they raise vital funds from a variety of sources, including events, companies, major donors and trusts and foundations. The internship is ideal for someone who is keen to obtain a wide understanding of fundraising and gain transferable fundraising skills and experience.
We are looking for a number of Learning Support Co-ordinators to manage a team of Learning and Behaviour Specialists and ensure the delivery of a high-quality service via person-centred programme and to work alongside specialist tutors and Allied health professionals to support our learners to achieve outstanding outcomes.
Would you like the opportunity of a career in education working with children and young people with autism? If so, this could be an amazing opportunity for you.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a creative and dynamic digital specialist to help shape, manage and champion our online communications.
These are exciting times for digital at Ambitious about Autism; our new website and intelligent email system are in place and we boast the UK’s leading online community for parents of children and young people with autism. We now need the right person to bring all of this together and ensure that our digital impact is maximised.
We are looking for an outstanding Piano Teacher/Tutor who has experience of teaching/tutoring piano to children and/or young people with special educational needs. We are looking for someone who has a sound understanding of, and commitment to, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people
We are looking for a number of Behaviour Specialists to lead on behaviour analytic provision for a caseload of learners including personalisation and delivery of the curriculum, learning support strategies and methods, functional assessments, positive behaviour support plans, Individual programmes and assessment of progress.
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 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 seeking an outstanding individual to take on the responsibility for leading the project management for the development and expansion of Ambitious College on to two permanent locations in North London and West London by September 2016, working collaboratively with the FE Colleges, commissioners and other partners to secure input, support and agreement around plans - including the model, curriculum, staffing, building, resources and governance.
We are looking for a creative and energetic individual to manage and grow our Training and Consultancy offer. This exciting new post requires a skilled trainer and experienced Project Manager to manage our external Training and Consultancy service and lead on the delivery of the Autism Education Trust schools training programme in London.
The TreeHouse School is seeking an outstanding and inspirational teacher, ideally with training and experience in EYFS/Primary and/or KS3, to join our Lower School teaching team to start in September 2015. There is a posibility for January 2016 start for an outstanding candidate.