PASDA seeking New Project Manager

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PASDA (Parents of Autistic Spectrum Disorder Adults) is an independent charity that supports unpaid family carers of adults with autism spectrum conditions across Edinburgh and the Lothians.


They aim to support carers to have their own and their family member’s rights recognised in order for both to live meaningful and fulfilling lives. This includes promoting equal access to services for adults with autism and their carers. We aim to build a resourceful network of family carers over the next three years through our PASDA Interactive project which is funded by the Big Lottery Fund.


PASDA are looking for a Project Manager who can provide leadership and stability in order to enable us to achieve our objectives. Big Lottery Funding has allowed us to employ a staff team of five for a three year period.
The Project Manager will work with the PASDA Senior Manager and management committee to ensure the vision and mission of PASDA is implemented in a sustainable way to meet the needs of ASC adult carers in the Lothians.

PASDA are looking for someone who has worked in a similar role to operate and develop at a Project Management level, build relationships with other agencies and lead the operational development of the team. The role requires an individual with excellent organisational, communication and managerial skills.


For more information on this post, including salary and how tio apply, please view the following PDF: PASDA Project Manager Advert Nov 2013