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Associate Neurodiversity Workplace Needs Assessor

Exciting Opportunities for Neurodiversity Workplace Needs Assessors - Join the Healthier and Happier Revolution Nationwide!

Immediate Availability for Qualified and Experienced Associate Neurodiversity Workplace Needs Assessors (Self-Employed on 12-Month Contract)


Locations: Nationwide

Are you ready to be a part of the movement towards healthier and happier lives? We are thrilled to announce immediate openings for dedicated Neurodiversity Workplace Needs Assessorto join our team. 

Lifelink Workwell is a trusted provider of therapists and wellbeing training solutions within the corporate sector.  Our mission prioritises employee mental health and wellbeing, enhancing lives through tailored workplace services.

The Neurodiversity Workplace Needs Assessor plays a vital role in ensuring that employees with diverse neurological backgrounds, including but not limited to Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, and other neurodivergent conditions, have an optimal working environment that caters to their unique strengths and needs.

Position: Associate Neurodiversity Workplace Needs Assessor (Self-Employed)

Salary: £150-£200 per assessment and report depending on experience.


  • Accredited Level 4 Workplace Needs Assessor Programme (BDA)
  • Level 4 Dyslexia and Co-occuring Difficulties (DACPD 51)
  • Level 5 Developing Literacy Skills with Assitive Technology (DACPD 96)
  • A valid driving license and access to your vehicle.
  • Strong IT skills and comfort with the use of mobile technology.


  • Experience in conducting needs assessments, preferably in a workplace setting.
  • Knowledge about Neurodivergent conditions and the unique challenges and strengths they present in a professional environment.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with diverse teams and individuals at all levels of the organisation.
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion.
  • Strong problem-solving skills and the ability to provide actionable recommendations.

Click on the links below to understand a bit more about the role and see a full job description.

Neurodiversity Workplace Needs Assessor - Overview

Neurodiversity Workplace Needs Assessor- Job Description


Please submit a CV and equality monitoring form to [email protected].

*You must complete an equality monitoring form. This can be done by downloading and completing the form available on our work with us page or completed digitally here*

Please submit as early as possible – we have immediate need and will assess applications as they arrive.

You can request feedback on unsuccessful applications by emailing [email protected] with the words “Request for feedback” in the subject line.

Please note - By submitting an application you are consenting to us retaining your application form on file in order to contact you regarding future vacancies. If you would like to limit how long we retain your information please specify a timeline when you email us, otherwise details will be retained for up to 12 months and then confidentially disposed of.