Welcome to Specialisterne Australia.

CANDIDATES

LOOKING FOR…
JOB OPPORTUNITIES?

Specialisterne Australia welcomes applications from all jobseekers who are on the autism spectrum. We regularly advertise job opportunities in a variety of industries in the government and corporate sectors, across many locations in Australia

 

Current Opportunities

EMPLOYERS

LOOKING FOR…
FRESH TALENT & DIVERSITY PROJECTS?

Specialisterne Australia assists organisations in recruiting and providing autistic and neurodiverse inclusive workplace practices and cultures. We recognise that autistic individuals offer a range of skills that can be of benefit to any job.

 

Services for Employers

 

 

CANDIDATES

LOOKING FOR…
JOB OPPORTUNITIES?

Specialisterne Australia welcomes applications from all jobseekers who are on the autism spectrum. We regularly advertise job opportunities in a variety of industries in the government and corporate sectors, across many locations in Australia.

 

Current Opportunities

EMPLOYERS

LOOKING FOR…
FRESH TALENT & DIVERSITY PROJECTS?

Specialisterne Australia assists organisations in recruiting and providing autistic and neurodiverse inclusive workplace practices and cultures. We recognise that autistic individuals offer a range of skills that can be of benefit to any job.

Services for Employers

What we do for employers

Harnessing the Autism Advantage 

Specialisterne Australia assists organisations in recruiting and providing autistic and neurodiverse inclusive workplace practices and cultures.

We recognise that autistic individuals offer a range of skills that can be of benefit to any job. 

We also recognise that the traditional recruitment process disadvantages those on the autism spectrum.

Did you know?

Autistic employees are 92% more productive and 48% faster than non-autistic employees (JP Morgan Chase, 2016).

Some testimonials from employers

“Our team have all benefitted from having someone with a different way of thinking.” 

 

People Leader, Westpac

“Biggest learning is how amazing they can be when you tap into their special talents.”

 

Manager, Australian Taxation Office

“Amazing talent was sourced very suitable to our roles:”

 

 

Manager, IBM

“They have so much talent…we’re the winners here.”

Manager, DHHS

Some of our latest case studies

Some of our latest news and articles

PricewaterhouseCoopers 2018 & 2019

PricewaterhouseCoopers 2018 & 2019

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Australia is an employer that understands the potential of autistic employees. In 2018 and again in 2019 PwC partnered with Specialisterne to tap into the autism advantage for their Cyber Security Department.Candidates were assessed with a...

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SAP 2016

SAP 2016

SAP is a global market leader in enterprise application software. SAP’s groundbreaking Autism at Work program, launched in May 2013, integrates people with autism into the workforce. SAP has a corporate goal to employ 650 colleagues on the autism spectrum.In August...

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Autism and Agriculture 2017

Autism and Agriculture 2017

Autism and Agriculture is an initiative of SunPork Farms and Autism CRC which aims to improve animal welfare by creating opportunities in animal care for adults on the autism spectrum.In collaboration with the Pork CRC and Specialisterne Australia, nine autistic...

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What we do for candidates

Enabling employers to become autism confident

We are not just a recruiter, but also work with our client partners to build a foundation of understanding of autism and neurodiversity.

Throughout the recruitment process we work closely with hiring managers, team leaders and buddies so that when their new autistic employees commence employment, they are confident in supporting and developing them.

Specialisterne directly supports our client partners well beyond commencement of employment. 

Some of our success stories

“Before doing this program, I was reeling from a job that left me feeling broken and self-critical, feeling like I wasn’t deserving or good enough to find work, especially work which was stable and accommodating.”

Ashley

I found it was a very interesting experience getting to meet others who were in similar positions to me, struggling looking for work, many of whom also went to the same university as me, and interestingly some of whom I even recognised from my own degree courses.”

Michael

“Last year I was diagnosed with autism. It clarified so many things that made me wonder why I was different to others, but it also gave me a sense of relief, and freedom to embrace my autistic identity.”

Annaliese

“I’ve struggled with a bit of imposter syndrome in the past, but after the thorough training and assessment program, I really felt I could demonstrate who I am and what I could do. I don’t feel as though I have to try and prove myself, I’m ready to just get in and learn the work.”

Cameron

Some of our business clients

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