Brief job description:
auticon is an award-winning international social enterprise providing tech consultancy and neuro-inclusion services to clients across industry and service sectors, and exclusively employing and placing professional consultants on the autism spectrum with exceptional results.

Who are we looking for to join auticon UK’s advisory board?
We are looking for individuals who want to use their skills and experience to help us continue our upward trajectory to become the leading organisation in this space. As a result auticon are seeking three new advisory board members. In particular, we are looking for the following:

– Financial advisory and accountancy experience
– General commercial legal experience
– Strategic marketing including PR experience
– Human capital/talent consulting experience

Your commitment
Join and contribute to quarterly advisory board meetings, two in-person (London) and two virtual per year, one and half hours per meeting with 30-45 for pre-reads preparation per meeting.
One hour per month for 1:1 calls with specific members of the executive team to act as a sounding board, provide input based on key areas of expertise, market profile raising activities and act as client engagement ambassadors where required.

Next Steps
Please send us your bio and a couple of sentences as to why you are interested in and think you are a good fit for this opportunity.
We are particularly keen to hear from individuals who haven’t had board experience to date and especially from a diverse
candidate pool.
Contact: careers@auticon.co.uk
The deadline for applications is Friday 20th May 2022!

Equality Statement
auticon is committed to equality of opportunity in all areas of our work. You will be treated in a fair and equal manner and in accordance with the law regardless of your gender, marital status, race, religion, age, disability or sexual orientation.

As a disability confident leader, we promote and encourage neurodiversity at work. Therefore, please let us know if you require any reasonable adjustments as part of the recruitment or interview process.