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Be part of an exciting and incredible journey

We support hundreds of people with autism and those who love and care for them. By joining our team you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping others.



Work for the leading autism charity in the West Midlands

We are always looking for passionate team members to fill a number of exciting vacancies. If you are an open-hearted individual who is caring, responsible, practical and willing to take the time to understand others, then we want to hear from you.

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Working for Autism West Midlands is varied and rewarding
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Working for Us

Making a difference to people’s lives, personal growth, rewarding, sense of achievement, fantastic benefits. There are many reasons why you should work here at Autism West Midlands.


The Role of a Support Worker

Being a support worker with Autism West Midlands means you’re a part of our efforts to make a world where people with autism are universally understood and accepted as equals.


Current Vacancies

Search our current vacancies and start your new career with the leading regional autism charity.


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Application Tips

We appreciate the hard work that goes into making a job application so we have put together a few hints and tips to help you with the application process.


The Burrows

We are looking for passionate and experienced people to work within The Burrows, our specialist supported living scheme for adults with autism and complex needs.

Working for Autism West Midlands offers those who have a passion for person centred support to be part this new and innovative journey. A journey that will change the way people can receive support.  All our staff will receive specialist training around assistive technology and will play a key role in supporting people to greater independence. Be part of the change.


The Burrows

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