Our support worker success stories

Support work is both varied and fulfilling, but it can also be the start of a career in the care or charity sector.

Some staff use it as a springboard into social work or nursing, while others advance to managerial roles.

Many of Autism Together’s current senior managers and staff started out as support workers, and have taken the hands-on knowledge and experience they gained and used it to help shape the direction of the charity…

Jane Carolan
Deputy CEO and Director of Operations

Started her career as a Residential Support Worker with Scope in 1987

Siobhan Wise
Quality & Development Manager, Supported Living

Started working for Autism Together as a Relief Support Worker in 1987

Phil Hatton
Service Manager, Children and Family Team

Started working for the organisation as a Support Worker in 1999

Angie Kemp
Head of Business Development, Supported Living

Started working for the organisation as a Support Worker in 2003

Callum Logan, Jane Roberts, Carl Kipling and Michelle Seddon – all Registered Managers – started their careers as support workers with Autism Together.

Sarah Nelson and Kev Mulligan are now CVS Service Managers, they both started their careers as support workers within the organisation.

If you are interested in starting your career in care, contact our Recruitment Team today and ask about our current support worker vacancies. Call them on 0151 334 7510 or email: recruitment@autismtogether.co.uk