Jigsaw Trust is an advocate of lifelong learning. This encompasses not only the pupils at Jigsaw CABAS® School and the young adults at Jigsaw +, but also our most important asset – You!
Become a Specialist Teaching Professional with Jigsaw School.
We have a range of teaching opportunities with different entry levels and career pathways currently available.
You can view all roles, including job descriptions, below and register your interest or alternatively, please call a member of our HR Team for an initial, informal discussion – 01483 273874
UPCOMING CAREERS EVENTS - Wednesday, 24 May
Learn more about becoming a Learning/Care Support Worker at JigsawPlus supporting Adults with Autism at one of our Recruitment Events. Register your interest by email: [email protected] or call HR on 01483 273874. For full details of the event please click here.
We are committed to the continuous development of all individuals, and we believe that to be the best educator, you need to have access to the best training yourself. To facilitate this, we support a range of individually tailored personal and professional training and development programmes.
Reward and recognition is part and parcel of your career progression at Jigsaw. We believe that investing in our employees is the key to our success and we do this by encouraging improvement, listening to ideas and by giving those that strive to lead an opportunity to do so.
The work you will do directly impacts individual lives and you can help make a significant difference to not only our pupils and clients but to their family and friends. If you want to help improve the lives of those diagnosed with autism whilst embarking on a fulfilling career within the field of special needs and education, we look forward to hearing from you!
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The Two Ticks symbol is displayed in recognition of employers who have agreed to take action to meet five commitments regarding the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees. Jigsaw is pleased to have been awarded Two Ticks accreditation.
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It’s great to know that I work for an organisation that makes a real difference, not only to the lives of Jigsaw’s pupils and clients, but also to their families.Steven - Fundraising Officer
It’s a fun, friendly place where you feel like you and the kids achieve something every day.Beth - Bank Teacher
I think it is this shared goal of pupil success that has created a good staff team that support each other. I also think using ABA provides a positive working environment not only for the children but the staff too.Steve - Supervisor
Jigsaw provides excellent training opportunities with immediate effect: on my second day of work, I attended an ABA Workshop, which was delivered by experienced and professional practitioners.Fran - Lunchtime Supervisor
The therapy team is really well integrated into the school, and that makes me feel very supported.Katy - Occupational Therapist
” Seeing how excited the pupils are to come into school at 9.15am instantly reminds me why I love my job… Being surrounded by people who want to make a difference is hugely motivating.”Fran - Teacher
I love having a job that makes me smile every day! Every day is completely different and it keeps you on your toes, but the one thing that never changes is how amazing the young people are that we get to work with.Naomi Lead Teacher
All Current Vacancies
Lunchtime AssistantJigsaw SchoolJigsaw School
Learning/Care Support ApprenticesJigsaw PlusJigsaw+
Trainee TeacherJigsaw School Charity supporting children and young adults affected by autismJigsaw School
Internship PlacementsJigsaw SchoolJigsaw School
Volunteering OpportunitiesJigsaw TrustJigsaw Trust
Learning/Care Support WorkersJigsaw +Jigsaw+
Teacher (Graduate/Non-Qualified)Jigsaw School Charity supporting children and young adults affected by autismJigsaw School