£25,290 – £28,464 depending on skills and experience
: Hybrid with occasional travel to Edinburgh office

Salvesen Mindroom Centre is a leading neurodiversity charity. Our vision is to become an internationally recognised centre of excellence in neurodiversity leadership, research, and good practice to help create a world in which no mind is left behind.

Whilst 15 – 20% of the population is estimated to be neurodivergent, neurodiversity is often cited as the last frontier in workplace diversity and inclusion with stigma, stereotypes and prejudice excluding talented individuals from joining the workforce, utilising their skills, and progressing their career.

We are we are keen to change this experience for new and existing neurodivergent employees by engaging with key leaders to formulate practical solutions that open career opportunities, promote inclusive practice, and create lasting impact. Against this backdrop Salvesen Mindroom Centre is preparing to launch our new Neuroinclusion at Work programme with the aim of creating more inclusive and sustainable workplaces by engaging with project partners and providing thought leadership, training, consultancy services and products. The programme will form a key part of our new SMC Strategic Plan (2023 – 2025).

This new role will support the development of our advocacy function which aims to expand our areas of work and leverage research, insights and lived experience to influence better outcomes for neurodivergent people. It complements our existing commitment to offering training to a wide range of professionals and families with lived experience of neurodiversity.

Application notes

Please download the Role and Person Specification and Application Pack, or contact for more information.

Closing Date for Applications: 5pm on Friday, 9th September 2022

Interviews will be held on: Week beginning, 19th September 2022