Sleep Scotland/TEENS+ seeks to promote equal opportunities throughout its range of work and resources.

We aim to ensure that no employee or volunteer receives less favourable treatment than any other employee or volunteer, on the grounds of race, colour, nationality. culture, ethnic origin, sex, marital status, family responsibility, age, disability, sexual orientation and political or religious beliefs. We recognise the right of all individuals to have equal access to employment, career development opportunities and promotion.  We embody these values in our own organisation and in the work we do with others.

New Support and community Access Manager

We have an exciting new role! We are looking for someone who has proven experience, in a leadership role, working with adults with additional support needs using a person-centred approach

Project Worker

We are currently expanding our service and we are looking for passionate people who want to make a difference to join our Project Worker Team

Sessional Worker

We are looking for Sessional Workers to deliver a transitional education programme to young adults who have complex learning difficulties, challenging behaviour and communication problems.


We are looking for Befrienders to deliver a continuation of the transitional education programme to young adults who have complex communication needs, learning disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorders and associated complexities.

Support us

Please help us with your support to help keep this Service delivering lifelong learning.