Our Networking & Community event is coming up on Tuesday, September, 14th 2021 at The Fawcett Center at The Ohio State University. Here is everything you need to know. What to expect:You can expect to meet some of the leaders of auticon including our CEO and Head of Recruitment and Community Partnerships. You will be […]
Social enterprise businesses like auticon cannot get off the ground without amazing investors who believe in our mission and our people. One of those investors is Sir Richard Branson and The Virgin Group who first invested in auticon in October of 2016. Virgin repeatedly invests in companies like auticon because of their own values. Sir […]
Will Collett has worked as a vacuum cleaner salesman, a carpet cleaner for the National Park Service, and at an amusement park. Opportunities for the 32-year-old, who is on the autism spectrum, have always been tough to find.
When looking for a new job, there are so many factors to consider: job fit, pay, career path, and more. Each of these will have varying levels of importance to the job seeker, but one thing tends to be overlooked. When considering job fit, most people think of the skills needed to perform the job […]
An IT and compliance consulting firm that employs technology professionals on the autism spectrum plans 50 jobs at a new Columbus-area office, its first in the U.S. outside California.
auticon is the largest technology employer of individuals on the autism spectrum. Whether you want to start a career in technology or already have experience and want to reach your full potential in an autism-friendly environment, auticon has a career pathway for you. Interviewing is a scary process for anyone, but for people on the […]
Columbus is auticon’s newest office and we’re so excited to be here to offer careers for the autistic community and amazing talent for the many companies based here. A lot of people approach us and say, “hey, how did auticon, a German company, get to Ohio?”. This blog will explain auticon’s history and its path […]
If you have been checking out auticon’s social media at all, then you have already met Louise. She is one of our non-technical autistic employees, and this is an interview sharing her path to success at auticon. What is your role at auticon and how long have you been there? My official title is Executive […]
Because of our client-based model, when we are hiring for a role, it’s typically based on a specific thing that a client needs from us, and that will determine the exact skills, such as programming languages or automation platforms, that you would need to be proficient in.
auticon collaborates with Ohio-based employers CoverMyMeds, White Castle, and Nationwide, who all commit to adding auticon’s autistic technology consultants to their staff