How to apply

Apply for the Aurora Neurodiversity Program through Specialisterne Australia.

There are 2 stages to our recruitment process:

Before you apply

Before you apply, check if you’re eligible.

To be eligible, you need to provide evidence of your autism diagnosis.

Evidence may include either:

  • a full diagnostic report, or a redacted section of your report that states autism as a diagnosis
  • a letter from a psychologist, psychiatrist or general practitioner confirming a diagnosis of autism.

Reasonable adjustment

To help you apply for roles in the Program, you can request workplace modifications or reasonable adjustments. We’ll make sure you have the tools and equipment you need to do your job.

Read more about how we provide employment support for people with disability.

If you need reasonable adjustments to participate in the recruitment process, please email Specialisterne.

Step 1: sign up with Specialisterne Australia

To begin the process, you’ll need to register with Specialisterne Australia using their website.

You’ll need both of these documents:

  • proof of diagnosis
  • proof of Australian citizenship.

A proof of Australian citizenship can be any of the following:

  • Australian birth certificate
  • current Australian passport
  • certificate of Australian citizenship.

You'll be able to use Aurora for other roles.

Step 2: start your online application

To register your interest, go to Specialisterne’s Current Opportunities page.

After you’ve registered your interest, you’ll get a link to complete an online application.

You’ll need to submit this online application by the close date.

Specialisterne Australia will shortlist candidates from this stage.

If you’re shortlisted, Specialisterne Australia will contact you for the selection process.

Contact us

If you have any questions about the application process, please email Specialisterne Australia.

Page last updated: 30 January 2023.