INS is a local independent charity with 12 staff members. We help over 400 local people every year. It's a great place to work if you really want to make a difference to people's lives. Could you bring your skills to our team?

If there are no current vacancies listed below, please take a look at the other ways you can get involved with us as a volunteer.

Current vacancies:

Band 6 Neuro-Occupational Therapist

Full-time, 37.5 hours per week; £34,000 – £36,000 per year, depending on experience.

We are looking to recruit an experienced and dynamic Neuro-Occupational Therapist. 

INS a highly regarded and unique charity, based in Twickenham, London, offering long term rehabilitation, education and support to adults with neurological conditions and their carers. Join us to deliver holistic and integrated therapy and make real and positive differences. You will work as part of an interdisciplinary team, including physiotherapy, speech & language therapy, counselling and social work; developing and running groups, working with individual clients, supervising and educating junior staff and students as well as supporting service development.

View the Job Description and Person Specification.

Please complete our application and equal opportunities form and return it by e-mail to [email protected] by 5.00pm on the 31 December 2019. Please note that CVs will not be accepted.

For further information about this role or to have an informal discussion, please contact us on, 020 8755 4000 and ask for Rob Clarke, Director of Care, or email: [email protected]

Neuro Speech and Language Therapist - Band 6

Full-time or Part-time - open to discussions.

Salary: £34,000 – £36,000 per year, depending on experience.

We are looking to recruit an experienced and dynamic Neuro-Speech and Language Therapist.

INS a highly regarded and unique charity, based in Twickenham, London, offering long term rehabilitation, education and support to adults with neurological conditions and their carers. Join us to deliver holistic and integrated therapy and make real and positive differences.

You will work as part of a multidisciplinary team, including: occupational therapy; physiotherapy; speech & language therapy; counselling; and social work, developing and running groups, working with individual clients, supervising and educating junior staff and students as well as supporting service development. You will benefit from dedicated CPD time and receive professional supervision.

View the Job Description and Person Specification.

Please complete our application and equal opportunities form and return it by e-mail to [email protected] by 5.00pm on the 31 December 2019. Please note that CVs will not be accepted.

For further information about this role or to have an informal discussion, please contact us on, 020 8755 4000 and ask for Rob Clarke, Director of Care, or email: [email protected]