At Daisy Chain we place high value on the unique experiences and insights that individuals can bring to our workforce. As an organisation, we promote a culture that is inclusive to all employees and foster an environment that is free from discrimination. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from people from all backgrounds. 

There are so many benefits to working at Daisy Chain, from discount at Daisy Chain Superstore and £35 towards a yearly eye test, to flexi-time and sick pay.


Retail Shop Assistant – Gateshead

You will bring your experience, energy, and enthusiasm to the role of supporting the Assistant Store Manager with the day-to-day retail activities of the shop. As part of a dynamic team you will help drive sales, and support shop operations. Retail experience, excellent customer service, and strong organisational skills are all essential requirements for this role.

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Van Driver

To be responsible for the day-to-day management of the Daisy Chain van and its use for collecting donations and delivering sold items. The post-holder will also be responsible for ensuring the safety of staff and volunteers travelling in the van, maintenance of the van and cost-effective route planning as well as outstanding customer service. Based in Stockton, involves travel up to Gateshead.

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Triage Worker – North East & Yorkshire

Supported by the Hub Manager the post holder will work within a new team to act as a first point of contact for families and carers accessing the Autism Central programme from across the North East & Yorkshire. Please note full training in the Autism Central model of support will be provided.

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Games Master

The post holder will encourage, inspire and support the personal and social development of autistic adults through the delivery of games-based activities (e.g. boards games, Dungeons and Dragons). Due to the nature of this role the post holder will be required to work during the evening.

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Performing Arts Support Worker

Working as part of a small team, the post holder will support in the delivery of performing arts clubs and activities to autistic and neurodivergent children and young people using performing arts as a medium to work towards increased self-confidence, improved communication skills and boost social interactions.

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Finance Officer

Reporting to the Head of Finance, the post holder will be responsible for all delegated accounting Procedures within Daisy Chain and to ensure they are maintained in accordance with statutory charity Commission requirements accounting and processing rules and regulations.

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Autism Session Lead

Working either independently or collaboratively with other sessions leads they will prepare and deliver bespoke and personalised programmes of work to increase social, personal and educational development.

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Community Empowerment Session Lead

You will play a key role in reducing loneliness and isolation for autistic and neurodivergent adults through the delivery of engaging and impactful social groups, designed to enhance independence, generate friendships, and increase community engagement.

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Complex Needs Keyworker

With the support of the Senior Complex Needs Keyworker the post holder will work within a small team to provide training, advocacy and support to children, young people and adults with a learning disability and/or autism and their families. The post holder will work intensively with Children and Adults up to the age of 25 years who are identified as at risk of admission or placement breakdown, and will also address any gaps in support experienced.

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