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.
You’ll work alongside specialist tutors and allied health professionals to support our learners to achieve outstanding outcomes.
Are you passionate about providing information to families and professionals involved in supporting children and young people with autism? Do you have experience of providing written and face to face information about a range of education, health and social care needs for those with special educational needs? If so, you may be the person we are looking for to join our new Information and Family Support Team at Ambitious about Autism.
We are looking to recruit a Youth Participation Officer on a fixed term contract to work across our youth participation projects.
Working with our multi-disciplinary teams, you will teach group and individual lessons to our students, 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 seeking an outstanding and inspirational teacher, ideally with training and experience in EYFS and Primary, to join our primary and KS3 teaching team.
We’re looking for a creative and tenacious Media and PR Officer to put autism, a condition that affects 1 in 100 children and young people in the UK, on the map.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a passionate, ambitious, highly motivated teacher and inspirational leader to lead the development of our new assessment service and to strengthen our Early Years and Primary provision.
Ambitious College is looking for an inspirational lecturer to deliver exceptional teaching and course leadership to learners with autism and complex needs aged between 16 and 25.
Do you want to join us on our exciting journey at London’s first College dedicated to supporting young people with autism to access education beyond school?
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.
We are recruiting for an excellent EA to support Principal, Vice Principal and Clerk to the College’s Governing Body to provide high quality administrative, secretarial and personal support in order for them to achieve their objectives.