Peoplebank is currently recruiting for people on the Autism Spectrum for Trainee IT Tester positions in Canberra. Each employee will have full support from a dedicated Autism Support Consultant and IT Testing mentor as well as training in IT Testing and Work/Executive functioning skills. They will earn a full-time salary on a permanent employee basis. If you know anyone who could benefit from this program, please get in contact with David Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 6245 1700. For more information, see the flyer.
The DXC Dandelion Program aims to integrate people with autism into DXC’s workforce has made its resources available via Cornell University to help other organisations leverage the knowledge and experience from the program. These resources can be used by organisations to support
and promote neurodiversity in their workforce to create a sustainable program that retains employees and increases opportunities for people
on the autism spectrum.
Find out more:
- DXC Dandelion Program - 2018 in Review (PDF)
- DXC Technology Launches Dandelion Program Assessment Centre at New Office Opening in Canberra (article)
- DXC Technology and pymetrics Announce Development of Neuroscience Games to Help People on the Autism Spectrum (article)
- DXC Technology Launches Dandelion Program’s Autism Work Experience Course at University of Queensland (article)
- DXC Technology joins with ANZ Banking Group for autism research (article)
- Internships to help autistic students to explore talents (article)
- Robot helps teach children on autism spectrum in Chisholm (article)
- The DXC Dandelion Work Experience Program Extends to Canberra with Local University Partnerships (article)
- The Dandelion Project (radio segment)
- Dandelion Program - Autism@Work 2017 (video).
If you interested please register at email@example.com.
DXC has also set up two Neurodiversity Hubs with Swinburne Universityand the University of Queensland. There are plans to set up a neurodiversity hub in Canberra too. Watch this space for more information.
Specialisterne Australia was established in 2015 with the goal to enable 12,000 careers for people on the autism spectrum by 2025. Specialisterne Australia assist organisations in recruiting and supporting people on the autism spectrum. If you would like to be notified of job advertisements please join the Specialisterne Australia mailing list.