15 newly created roles for Australian autistic workers on offer

auticon, an employer of autistic IT consultants, is experiencing rapid growth and has 15 newly created positions available for consultants at all levels.

Today, auticon Australia announced the need to hire 15 new roles for autistic people due to growing demand from clients. Since opening its doors here in Australia late in 2019, auticon has experienced consistent and rapid growth as the organization continues delivering extraordinary client results.

In late February this year, auticon took out an award at the ACS Digital Disruptors Awards for their outstanding work with national retailer Woolworths as they continue to get noticed by ASX’s top 100 companies across Australia.

The social enterprise is committed to creating real and meaningful opportunities for those on the autism spectrum; They are dedicated to changing how organizations across Australia view people on the autism spectrum.

auticon Australia’s Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Mr. Bodo Mann, were excited to be able to offer this opportunity and keen to raise awareness about auticon’s mission.

“Being able to announce the opportunity to hire 15 new consultants in our business and double the size of the Australian operations is fantastic,” said Mann

“This is only the beginning, but it’s great to see a change in action and Australian businesses embracing diversity in all its forms. We know there is a long way to go to create a substantial impact on the unemployment rate of autistic people, but this is a real step in the right direction.”

“I believe our ongoing growth can be attributed to our business’s high-quality support to our clients and consultants to build an autism-friendly environment.”

Casey Pfluger, a former medical researcher who had previously struggled with transitioning into a new employment industry, discussed the difference that auticon has made to his life and how being employed by the organization has been a real game changer.


“From my first contact with auticon, I knew that this company understood how to work with neurodiverse people and valued us as individuals with unique skills.”

“In previous roles, I never felt like my autism diagnosis was something positive, and it wasn’t something I felt I could be open about. When I disclosed my diagnosis on one occasion to a supervisor I had worked with for over a decade, it adversely affected my treatment at work, which I found sad.”

“In contrast to my previous experiences, working with auticon has been a very affirming and positive experience; I feel proud to be included in the diverse team of consultants at auticon Australia. We aren’t expected to be anyone but ourselves, which is such a new thing for me!”

“To me, auticon is more than just an employer. They are also a flagship for the value of neurodiversity in the workplace.”

“My 12-year-old daughter is also autistic. Since I started work with auticon, her attitude to her diagnosis has become so much more positive from seeing that autism doesn’t have to be a barrier to a good job.”

Anyone interested in working for auticon can contact [email protected]

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