SPECIALISTERNE NETWORK

International Specialisterne Community

Specialisterne Foundation

Specialisterne Foundation is a non-for-profit organization that works to enable one million jobs for people with autism and similar challenges. The foundation owns Specialisterne Denmark and the Specialisterne concept and trademark.

Welcome to Specialisterne.

We work with employers to recruit highly qualified employees, build neurodiverse teams, and to create inclusive processes, work environments, and cultures.

Candidates

LOOKING FOR…
JOB OPPORTUNITIES?

If you want to apply for a job or learn more about Specialisterne and what makes us different you have come to the right place. Start here to find out about our recruitment programs for students, graduates, those looking to start a career and for those whose careers are already under way.

job postingsInfo for applicants

Companies

LOOKING FOR…
TALENT ACQUISITION & DIVERSITY PROJECTS?

Specialisterne understands and operates with the needs of employers as our focus. We will never achieve our objective of growing the employment market for neurodivergent persons without a track record of successful recruitment with satisfied employer customers. Start here to begin your journey toward a more inclusive and productive workforce.

RecruitmentConsultingTraining

 

candidates

LOOKING FOR…
JOB OPPORTUNITIES?

If you want to apply for a job or learn more about Specialisterne and what makes us different you have come to the right place. Start here to find out about our recruitment programs for students, graduates, those looking to start a career and for those whose careers are already under way.

job postingsInfo for applicants

employers

LOOKING FOR…
TALENT ACQUISITION & DIVERSITY PROJECTS?

Specialisterne understands and operates with the needs of employers as our focus. We will never achieve our objective of growing the employment market for neurodivergent persons without a track record of successful recruitment with satisfied employer customers. Start here to begin your journey toward a more inclusive and productive workforce.

RecruitmentConsultingTraining

 

 

Dyscalculia

Many are familiar with dyslexia; those of this neurotype struggle with words....

TD Bank

Specialisterne Canada is recruiting!  Specialisterne Canada specializes in...

Spoon Theory

  Spoon Theory is quite commonly used in the disability, chronic illness,...

some of our collaborators

Jake's House

An employment mentoring program that connects experts in their field with others just getting their careers started

Distinctability

Offering education, support systems and other innovative services to neurodivergent persons and their communities

Specialisterne Foundation

A global initiative to generate meaningful employment for one million autistic/neurodivergent persons

Seneca College

A partnership creating employment experiences & opportunities for students & developing learning for tomorrows HR professionals

Seneca College

David

“A story about building trust”

I started working with Specialisterne Canada in 2013. The organization worked very hard to partner me up with multiple companies. MORE

“I am really grateful for my senior manager”

“I am really grateful for my senior manager because she played an important role in helping me gain confidence. When first starting this job, I wondered if my responsibilities at work were less than the rest of my peers due to me being hired...

“Workforce neurodiversity helps set the tone for different thinking”

“Workforce neurodiversity helps set the tone for different thinking and fosters creativity and innovation. A common feature within business environments is ‘group think’, where people tend to homogenize their way of thinking to conform with already...

A story about building and growing trust

“I started working with Specialisterne Canada in 2013. The organization worked very hard to partner me up with multiple companies. It actually took them a lot of effort to even convince me to apply to the job that I currently have. However, since...

some of our employer partners