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Suzanne

Head of Specialist Employment Services

As Head of Specialist Employment Services, Suzanne's role is to oversee all of our projects, with responsibility for the strategic development, leadership, growth and financial management. Suzanne has been with the Specialist Employment Team since its inception and is continually seeking new opportunities to sustain the future growth of the service.

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Lorien

Service Manager

Lorien's role oversees the successful day to day running of our Sheffield office, day to day project management and direct line management of the Sheffield team. Lorien also oversees our national programmes, including our Access to Work programme, supporting individuals in the workplace across the UK.

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Homera

Assistant Service Manager

As Assistant Service Manager, Homera's role is to work alongside our Service Manager and support with the day to day running of our projects. Homera provides mentoring support for the team as well as leading on our quality assurance and promotion of projects.

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Dawn

Project Lead - North Yorkshire

Dawn is the Project Lead for our employment services based across North Yorkshire and West Yorkshire, providing day to day supervision and mentoring support for our remote based teams across the areas. Dawn also works as the Key Worker on our RISE project, supporting unemployed adults across North Yorkshire and York into employment.

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Fiona

Lead Employment Coach

Fiona's role is to support predominately with our In Work support, leading on enquiries for individuals who are in paid employment and are seeking support through our in work support as well as overseeing applications and support for those moving into paid employment.

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Tom

Lead Employment Coach

Tom's role is to support predominately with our In Work support, leading on enquiries for individuals who are in paid employment and are seeking support through our in work support as well as overseeing applications and support for those moving into paid employment.

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Kate

Administrator

Kate provides administration support for all our projects, working alongside our senior team and colleagues across the service to help with a range of administrative tasks. Kate is also our first point contact for enquiries into the South Yorkshire team, as well as booking in initial appointments for new customers to programmes.

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Luke

Coach/ External Trainer

Luke's role is to deliver our training and consultancy offer to businesses, providing bespoke training solutions with a range of topics, focused around Neurodiversity in the Workplace. Luke also provides workplace assessments to individuals and employers who need additional guidance and recommendations on overcoming challenges at work.

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Amy

Specialist Employment Coach

Our Specialist Employment Coaches role is to support individuals across a range of programmes. Based in our Sheffield central office, providing support either in person at a persons place of work, out in the community or online via video calls. Our coaches also work with employers to help raise awareness of Neurodiversity in the workplace.

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Charlotte

Specialist Employment Coach

Our Specialist Employment Coaches role is to support individuals across a range of programmes. Unlike our other coaches Charlotte is remote based covering the North Yorkshire area, out in the community or online via video calls. Charlotte also works on our Multiply Project in North Yorkshire supporting adults with autism and other related conditions to improve maths skills.

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Chris

Specialist Employment Coach

Chris works 3 days a week on our SEND Youth Hub and 2 days as a Specialist Employment Coach across various other programmes. Based in our Sheffield central office, providing support either in person at a persons place of work, out in the community or online via video calls. Chris role on the SEND Youth Hub is to support young adults age 18-24 with all SEND needs in Sheffield.

Elliot

Specialist Employment Coach

Our Specialist Employment Coaches role is to support individuals across a range of programmes. Based in our Sheffield central office. Elliot also works on our Multiply Project in Doncaster supporting adults with autism and other related conditions to improve maths skills.

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Kelsey

Supported Employment Key Worker

Kelsey works on our Wakefield Local Supported Employment (LSE) project, supporting adults living in the Wakefield District area with autism and learning disabilities to overcome barriers and progress towards meaningful paid employment. Kelsey provides support to adults on the LSE project to develop skills as part of their journey towards employment as well as provides support to sustain employment ongoing.

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Leah

Specialist Employment Coach

Our Specialist Employment Coaches role is to support individuals across a range of programmes. Based in our Sheffield central office, providing support either in person at a persons place of work, out in the community or online via video calls. Our coaches also work with employers to help raise awareness of Neurodiversity in the workplace.

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Liz

Specialist Employment Coach

Our Specialist Employment Coaches role is to support individuals across a range of programmes. Based in our Sheffield central office, providing support either in person at a persons place of work, out in the community or online via video calls. Our coaches also work with employers to help raise awareness of Neurodiversity in the workplace.

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Megan

Specialist Employment Coach

Megan works 3 days a week on our SEND Youth Hub and 2 days as a Specialist Employment Coach across various other programmes. Based in our Sheffield central office, providing support either in person at a persons place of work, out in the community or online via video calls. Megans` role on the SEND Youth Hub is to support young adults age 18-24 with all SEND needs in Sheffield

Terry

Specialist Employment Coach

Our Specialist Employment Coaches role is to support individuals across a range of programmes. Based in our Sheffield central office, providing support either in person at a persons place of work, out in the community or online via video calls. Our coaches also work with employers to help raise awareness of Neurodiversity in the workplace.

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