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.
Receptionist (maternity cover 12 months)
We are looking for an experienced and organised individual to ensure Daisy Chain reception delivers an efficient, effective, and professional service. The role will be a central point for all visitors to Daisy Chain and will also provide administrative support to teams within Daisy Chain.
Senior Training Manager
With the support of the Head of Children & Family Services the post holder will be responsible for the strategic growth of Daisy Chain’s training department on both a local and national level. They will also be responsible for the development and delivery of material and will be committed to ensuring that Daisy Chain leads the way in providing the very best in specialist neurodevelopmental training. Please note this is a new income generating position within the organisation which we are keen to fill as soon as possible. We therefore encourage you to apply early as we reserve the right to close applications early if we have received a sufficient quantity.
We are looking for an Event Manager to join our Fundraising Team who can develop and run a year-round programme of fundraising events which raises income and builds support for Daisy Chain.
It is a varied and demanding role, needing you to manage the logistics of events and negotiate with suppliers as well as delivering memorable experiences for participants that give the satisfaction of supporting a good cause.
The role requires a strong team player who is responsible, methodical and who can demonstrate timely completion of agreed projects whilst remaining flexible. The Events Manager also needs to be able to work on a range of event management projects and tasks concurrently. You will work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders at very senior levels, and be expected to create long lasting relationships of trust with them.
Corporate & Community Fundraising Manager
This role is to secure income resources which can enable to us to deliver innovative programmes that change the lives of the people we support and enhance the services that we deliver. Your work will be varied and exciting.
We are looking for a highly organised person with great creativity and entrepreneurial instincts. Importantly, you will be passionate about our cause and motivated by the role that you will play in ensuring that we deliver our charitable objectives.
Virtual Support Triage Worker
We are looking for a Triage Worker who, under the direction of the Senior Service Delivery Manager, will work within a small team to act as first point of contact for families whose child has a neurodevelopmental difference, whether diagnosed or not.
This role will provide administrative support to the team, and a co-ordinate a responsive service for parents requiring support.
Family Support Triage Worker
We are looking for a Triage Worker who under the direction of the Family Support Project Manager will work across the Tees Valley within a small team to act as first point of contact for families whose child has a neurodevelopmental difference, whether diagnosed or not.
Please note that this is a new position which is being brought in as part of the roll out of the existing service across the Tees Valley. This role will provide administrative support to the team, and a co-ordinate a responsive service for parents requiring support. This role is part-time.
Autism Session Lead
The post holder will encourage, inspire and support the personal development of autistic and/or neurodivergent young people. 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. Sessions are planned to allow the young people to develop through physical activity/movement, exploring within the natural environment encouraging curiosity and an intrinsic desire to learn and discover.
Full time or term time hours available.