The Glasgow Supported Employment Service is a team of job coaches who support people with learning disabilities and / or autistic spectrum conditions (ASC) to find and keep full time jobs. We know that getting a job is important for people with a learning disability / ASC but that finding and keeping a job can be difficult to do on your own. Our job coaches will support you with this.
The service is delivered on a one to one basis with the job coach getting to know about your skills, abilities and aspirations before starting to help you look for work. Job coaches can meet and chat to other people who know you to help get a good picture of your skills and interests. We want you to find a job which suits you and this takes time. Job coaches can meet you where you feel comfortable.
Glasgow Supported Employment Service are also one of the main partners in delivering Project Search. A full time intensive work experience programme for people aged between 18 - 29 years who have learning disabilities and / or autistic spectrum conditions.
We are one of the organisations involved in delivering Project Search in Glasgow. This is a one year intensive work experience programme for young people between the ages of 18 - 25 who have a learning disability and / or autistic spectrum condition. Project Search is based within either an NHS hospital or the University of Strathclyde. The programme follows the academic calendar and runs from August - June.
The service is for adults who:
The service will help you:
• Find out about your skills and abilities and what jobs these are suited to
• Help you with looking for a job
• Help with applications forms, CVs and interviews
• Improve your confidence
• Continue to support you when you get a job
Before you start work the job coach will:
When you start work the job coach will:
Project Search is a one year full time work experience programme for people with learning disabilities and / or autistic spectrum conditions aged between 18 - 29 years. The Project Search sites in Glasgow are based in Glasgow Royal Infirmary and the University of Strathclyde. The aim of Project Search is to help build up young people skills and abilities so they get a full time job. Project Search starts in August and runs until June of the following year.
You can apply for Project Search by following these links:
In 2021 the Supported Employment Service is working with other Council departments to deliver a new programme for young people aged 16-24 years with autistic spectrum conditions needing working experience to help their applications for Modern Apprenticeships.
Contact the service directly for more information about this new service.
If you want to know more about Supported Employment and looking for full time work contact us or Social Work Services.
Supported Employment Service
Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership
17 Parson Street
Glasgow G4 0PX
Phone 0141 287 6713