Working For Us

We pride ourselves on offering superb training and career opportunities.

Being part of our team will involve you working alongside our engaged frontline expert staff who are passionate about providing truly unique person centred care.

The Kent Autistic Trust is committed to protecting the privacy and security of your personal information.  To read our Privacy Notice that describes how we collect and use personal information, please click on the following link Privacy Notice. 

Coronavirus Preparedness

The Kent Autistic Trust is responding to advice given by Government and the World Health Organisation and has reviewed all our interactions, activities, meetings and other gatherings in order to reduce the risk of spreading the virus. So, before you set out for a meeting please check with the person if the meeting will be going ahead.

Hand sanitation and keeping distance is a requirement when visiting our office and all establishments. We may also ask you questions to assess risk and we may refuse entry to ensure the safety of the people we support and the staff we work with.

 

Interviews/Open Days/Inductions

If you have been tested positive for covid-19 or have been told to self-isolate in the last 14 days, and you will still be in self-isolation on the first day of your interview/open days/induction then please do not attend our premises.  If this is the case, please contact Anna or Stephanie immediately on 01634 405168 or email humanresources@kentautistic.com.

Important Information regarding vaccines

We are proud to say that KAT is pro-vaccine and that we have and continue to determinedly campaign to ensure that our community is offered the COVID-19 vaccine. 

 

We believe, except in exceptional circumstances that having the vaccine is a duty of care.  Every one of us has a duty to safeguard the vulnerable people we support from harm.  COVID-19 is currently the most significant risk that people face. 

For further vaccine information, please click here