Specialisterne Australia offers an alternative for people with autism to connect with employers who recognise the valuable contributions and talents that people on the autism spectrum can bring to their organisations. We offer a tailored workshop and assessment program whereby applicants can demonstrate in a practical, hands-on environment their skills and abilities, directly to employers.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is working with Specialisterne to attract the skills and abilities of prospective people on the autism spectrum who can contribute to their workforce. The ABS values the mutual benefits to both the incoming candidates sourced through the Federal Talent Hub and the valuable skills and abilities people on the autism spectrum can offer in their critical IT services.
We are currently seeking applications to become Specialisterne employees who will be contracted for a range of opportunities within the ABS. These opportunities are entry level roles in IT, including Test Analyst and IT Security.
The following skills and experience will be highly regarded, although are not essential for the role:
|Applications open||Tuesday 2nd October 2018|
|Applications close||2pm Thursday 25th October 2018|
|Advised of outcome for workshops||Friday 26th October 2018|
|Workshop dates||Weeks commencing 29th October 2018|
|Notification to attend Training & Assessment program||Thursday 1st November 2018|
|Assessment and information session||Friday 2nd November 2018|
|Training and Assessment Program||Monday 5th November-30th November 2018|
|Advised of outcome for employment||From Monday 3rd December 2018|
|Commencement of employment||From early 2019|
Reasonable adjustment for people with a disability can be made to any area of employment, a variety of adjustments are available to help you.
Section 27 APS Act 1999 provides an affirmative measure which allows vacancies to be restricted to people with disability, or a certain type of disability.
For further information about our recruitment process and schedule, please go to our website: http://au.specialisterne.com/ABSCanberra
Initially, all candidates will need to undertake a pre-engagement integrity check (PEIC), which consists of identity checks, police checks, and a declaration of secrecy. Some successful applicants may be required to obtain a BASELINE security clearance and NV1 (depending on the role). For more information about the BASELINE security clearance process, please see the Australian Government Vetting Security Agency: http://www.defence.gov.au/AGSVA/resources/fact-sheet-baseline-clearance-assessment.pdf