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Peer Self-Advocacy Worker Post

Peer Self-Advocacy Worker Post

Would you like to be part of a team that supports people with a learning disability and Autism to have a voice? Would you like to work for an inclusive organisation that believes people with learning disability and autism should have equal rights?

Sheffield Voices which is part of Disability Sheffield is looking for a person with a learning disability to join our team as a peer self-advocate. View Easy Read Job Description

The job is for 10 hours a week. The pay is £7.426 per year.

You need to ask us for a job pack and fill in the application form.
Please contact Disability Sheffield on 0114 2536750 or email kathryn.littlewood@disabilitysheffield.org.uk for a job pack.

Please send us your application form by 9am on the 13th August.

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