Neurodiversity Works logo - a brain with circuit board style on the left side, and an artistic pattern on the right side

Neurodiversity Works

Find opportunities and build new skills.

Neurodiversity Works believes neurodivergent people need more opportunities.

We want to advocate for specialist internship and job schemes, help businesses to deliver them, campaign against discrimination, and provide greater visibility for neurodivergent talent.

Please support our cause to create a neurodiversity talent hub by signing up to the newsletter where you can find out about the newest opportunities.


SAP Logo

SAP

Developer Intern - International software developer and business support firm

This placement is through Ambitious about Autism's Autism Exchange internship programme.

Are you aged 21-25yrs old with a diagnosis of autism?

Do you have a University degree in computer science, engineering or similar area?
Are you interested in about cloud computing, development and delivery?

Have you got experience in some of the following: NodeJS, GoLang, GraphQL?

Do you understand how to build scalable and secure distributed enterprise systems?

Location: Maidenhead

Placement begins: mid-January 2020 for six months.

The roles will be paid at approximately £24,000 (pro rata for six months before tax).

Open to those with diagnosis of #Autism #Aspergers.

Deadline:

Find out more and apply here
SAP Logo

SAP

Implementation Technical Consultant Intern - International software developer and business support firm

This placement is through Ambitious about Autism's Autism Exchange internship programme.

Are you aged 21-25yrs old with a diagnosis of autism?

Do you like to work on IT projects?

Do you enjoy providing technical support and sharing knowledge?

Do you have a general interest in IT, cloud-based systems and databases?

Location: Maidenhead

Placement begins: mid-January 2020 for six months.

The roles will be paid at approximately £24,000 (pro rata for six months before tax).

Open to those with diagnosis of #Autism #Aspergers.

Deadline:

Find out more and apply here
BP Logo

BP

Core Strategist Programme and Digital Security Operations Centre Analyst Internships Available

Ambitious about Autism are excited to be working with BP, the multi-national oil and gas company who are offering a 6-month paid internship for a young person with autism aged 18-25 in their Sunbury offices.

Application process: Once you have emailed your CV, a member of the team will contact you to arrange a telephone call or meeting to discuss your interest and suitability to the role based on the questions above. Please tell us how you prefer to be contacted - either telephone or email.

If you would then like to progress with your application, we will then send you a copy of our Autism Exchange contract to be completed. Once we receive a copy of our completed contract, we will send you a link to apply via an online portal directly to BP (The Autism Exchange Team can support you to complete this online form).

If you meet the requirements, BP will then contact you to complete an online verbal and numerical reasoning tests (practice tests are available here).

Suitable candidates will be invited to complete an assessment and attend an interview (assessment and questions will be provided in advance).

You will be supported by the Autism Exchange team throughout the process. This process has been adjusted to be more accessible for young people with autism, however if you require alternate adjustments please let the Autism Exchange team know and we will try to facilitate this.

Placement begins: mid February 2020 for 6 months.

Interviews will take place on 16th or 17th December 2019.

The roles will be paid at approximately £19,000 (pro rata for 6 months before tax).

Open to those with diagnosis of #Autism #Aspergers with an interest in "technology, operations and corporate careers".

Deadline:

Find out more and apply here

Keep up to date
We are developing Neurodiversity Works into a jobs board and neurodiverse talent hub.
Please sign up to our newsletter to support our cause and find out about the newest neurodiversity friendly opportunities.

Build confidence

Working in a job you enjoy, seeing what reasonable adjustments you need to make the most of your abilities.

Build skills

Gain training and development through workshops, courses, apprenticeships and on the job training.

Build quality of life

Make friends, network, find tailored supported and gain lasting and sustainable independence.


Contact Neurodiversity Works now

Submit your work, tell us about an opportunity, or work together.