- Permanent, full-time, based in Dublin
- Salary range between €35,000-€50,000 per annum, dependent on experience
- Flexible work conditions
- 25 paid holiday days per annum plus public holidays
- A hybrid model of home and office working
- Annual leave purchase scheme
- Private medical insurance including access to the Thrive wellbeing app
auticon is a global, award-winning consulting organisation with a social mission to address the inequalities in employment for neurodivergent employees. We are proud to be the largest autistic majority organisation with a presence in 15 countries. We share our lived experience to businesses through our Neuroinclusion Services which aims to empower them to be respectful, neuroinclusive workplaces.
Role profile and responsibilities
This role is an exciting chance to make a clear social impact by working with like-minded teams who are part of a global network of neurodiversity experts. We are looking for an experienced neuroinclusion professional who can bring their academic, lived or work experience to provide Coaching to neurodivergent individuals as well as sharing that experience with client organisations as a NIS advisor.
Please be aware that this role will require frequent travel to our London/Edinburgh office in the first initial months.
This role has two core functions:
1. Neuroinclusion Coaching
- You will work on a 1:1 basis with auticon consultants to provide collaborative, self-directive and person-centred Coaching to identify and achieve work-related or personal goals.
- You will hold a caseload of auticon consultants to provide in-person and/or online coaching support on an ongoing basis, with intensive support during onboarding to client projects and project changes.
- You will apply coaching and/or psychological concepts in your coaching sessions.
- You will also carry out workplace assessments and work with clients to implement reasonable adjustments where required.
- You will also provide ongoing training and ad-hoc support to Clients throughout their engagement with auticon Consultants.
- You will apply a strengths-based approach to coaching and encourage self-advocacy.
2. Neuroinclusion Consulting
- You will deliver client-facing neuroinclusion training including seminars, workshops or interactive awareness sessions as part of project delivery.
- You will contribute to documentation reviews of HR, recruitment, interviewing process and provide recommendations from a neuroinclusion perspective.
- You will develop strong relationships with client organisations, establishing yourself as a go-to expert who can share informed, credible, and confident points of view on topics relating to neurodiversity.
- You will have the expertise to undertake neuroinclusion assessments for client organisations and work with the wider neuroinclusion services team to recommend and implement neuroinclusive solutions.
- You will work collaboratively with the wider neuroinclusion services teams across markets to share best practices and learning to enhance auticon’s offer for clients.
- You will confidently and credibly able to answer client questions and manage situations that involve neurodivergent traits and topics.
- You will collaborate with the wider auticon neuroinclusion services team and the client organisations to identify educational, coaching and consulting needs and any other related initiatives that could potentially support the organisation’s neurodiversity goals.
- You must have a right to work in Ireland
- You must live within a commutable distance of Dublin to meet directly with consultants or clients
- You will be required to attend auticon events in Dublin
Skills, qualifications and personality characteristics
- You possess a minimum of 5 years of experience working with neurodivergent adults
- You possess an undergraduate degree in psychology or a related discipline
- You possess a significant understanding of mental health conditions and experience in using therapeutic modalities such as CBT, ACT or Motivational Interviewing
- You possess emotional resilience and an ability to manage emotive and stressful situations which relate to mental health
- Your written and verbal communication is clear and concise which enables you to tailor your communication style to suit different audiences and levels of understanding
- You are highly organised and can manage your day-to-day activities with autonomy
- You can work effectively with short time frames and competing demands & priorities
- You are highly proficient in the use of Microsoft packages Word, Excel, PowerPoint
- You have experience of online platform such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom
- You have experience in cross-functional projects and project management skills
- You have experience and skills in training delivery to a variety of audiences
- You can develop a perspective and influence a team on neurodiversity topics
Desirable (but not essential):
- Experience of Individual Coaching or Executive Coaching would be highly desirable
- An ICF or EMCC coaching accreditation would be advantageous to the role
- A lived or personal experience of a neurodivergent condition
- Additional academic or research experience from a PhD or Master’s degree
Please note, that you do not need to meet all the desirable criteria listed above. We encourage applicants to apply if they meet some but not all of the criteria.
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