We are looking for coaches and psychologists to work with neurodiverse adults in the workplace, empowering them to create and implement strategies that will enable them to achieve their potential.
At Genius Within we value an ability to facilitate, not teach. We offer support for self-development, supervision and CPD events to enable our coaches to be at their very best.
We’re currently recruiting in:
- New York City
- San Francisco
Key requirements for neurodiversity coaches are:
- 12 months experience in management / workplace coaching, with a coaching accreditation
- or 12 months experience working with adults with neurodiversity
- or a Master’s degree in Psychology, preferably I/O, counselling or health
Key requirements for cognitive assessors are:
- Licensed Psychologist and able to use the Weschler Adult Intelligence Scale, including owning your own testing kit.
For more information please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org , or call on 802 291 3526 for an informal chat to learn more about the role and our flexible hiring practices.
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Disability Confident Committed
As a Disability Confident Committed Employer we have committed to:
Ensure our recruitment process is inclusive and accessible.
Anticipate and provide workplace accommodations as required.
Support existing employees who acquire a disability or long-term health condition, enabling them to stay in work.
If you have a disability and require reasonable adjustments to the recruitment process, please just ask, we are happy to accommodate and welcome your application.
Ban the box
A criminal history is not a barrier to recruitment.
“Here at Genius Within we are committed to celebrating individual strengths and promoting social inclusion. We strongly believe in rehabilitation and individual’s capacity for change. Whilst we already employ several ex-offenders and actively work with incarcerated people, we are always looking to continuously improve our recruitment processes to ensure equality of opportunity, so “Banning the Box” was a no-brainer in terms of value matching.”
Kate Gilbert, Head of Business Development