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We're recruiting!

We believe in fighting inequality by helping people develop and learn.  

Education is a valuable life experience that can and should be made more accessible to people who have barriers to learning resulting from a disability, mental health condition, specific learning difficulty or neurodivergence.

The specialist support workers we work with are highly qualified and provide professional, friendly, personalised, one-to-one support to higher education students to help them to address their barriers to learning.

If this resonates with you and you’d like to join our team, get in touch! We’d love to hear from you.

You can ring Bil for an informal chat on 07930 713 788, or send us an email

We pay £36.48 per hour and offer full induction training and on-going support to ensure members of our team are able to provide the highest quality support to the students we work with.

It is essential that you meet the Department for Education’s strict mandatory qualifications and professional body memberships for the support role that you’re interested in.  

DfE updated the mandatory qualifications in July 2023.  If you are new to DSA-funded work, you need to hold these mandatory qualifications or professional body memberships before you can provide any support.  However, if you worked in one of these roles before July 2023, you work with us under the previous qualifications.

Please do get in contact with us if you’d like to talk about any of this. 

We're looking for people to join our team
in the following roles and locations

University of Winchester

We’d especially like to hear from people who could provide in person support should the student ask for it.  

University of Southampton and
Solent University

We’d especially like to hear from people who could provide in person support should the student ask for it.  

University Centre South Devon

We’d especially like to hear from people who could provide in person support should the student ask for it.  

University of Portsmouth

We’d especially like to hear from people who could provide in person support should the student ask for it.  

University of Plymouth

We’d especially like to hear from people who could provide in person support should the student ask for it.  

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