Deloitte. Orlando Autism@work
- Early Application Deadline – February 15th
- Final Application Date – March 7th
- Download the Deloitte Recruitment Guide here.
Specialisterne USA is a non-profit social enterprise that pioneered the Autism @ Work movement in the US. We collaborate with corporations, universities, high schools, and community agencies to enhance recruiting by examining traditional recruiting, training and on-boarding practices to help companies to employ work-ready neurodiverse talent. Specialisterne USA works to ensure every neurodiverse person who wants a job, gets a job.
Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD), UCF
Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD), UCF is Specialisterne’s Community Partner. CARD is committed to providing individualized, direct consultative assistance to individuals with autism and related disabilities in Central Florida. CARD services are designed to build on the capacities of state and local resources, not to duplicate or replace them. The Center is funded by the Florida Legislature through the Florida Department of Education and all services are provided free of charge.
Specialisterne is currently sourcing individuals to participate in the Specialisterne Informational Workshops scheduled for March 20th and March 21st, 10:00am – 3:00pm.
Based on their interest, qualifications, and skills, certain individuals will be invited to participate in Specialisterne 4-week assessment program. This 4-week program is expected to start April, 1 2019. It will be a 4-weeks, full time (5 days a week with 6 – 8 hour days). At the conclusion of the 4-week assessment, a three-month paid internship may be extended to the most qualified candidates, with the potential for full-time employment depending on a variety of factors including, among other things, performance during the internship.
Important Dates (Attendance is mandatory)
Early application deadline: February 15, 2019
Application deadline: March 7, 2019
Information Workshops – March 20th or 21st, 10:00am – 3:00pm
Assessment Program schedule:
- Week 1 – April 1-5
- Week 2 – April 8-12
- Week 3 – April 15-19
- Week 4 – April 22-26
***Participation in the program DOES NOT guarantee employment.
Skills Evaluation, Assessment, and Selection Process
During the 4-week assessment, applicants for this pilot program will be evaluated, assessed and selected according to the standard Specialisterne methodology. The Informational Workshops will be conducted so applicants can be introduced to Specialisterne’s Assessment process as well as Deloitte and the positions that are available as part of this program.
Those demonstrating appropriate interest and aptitude at the workshops may be invited to participate in a four-week skills evaluation and assessment program in Orlando, FL. The slots available as part of this assessment are limited.
A committee of Specialisterne and Deloitte employees will make the selection of the candidates for the 4-week assessment. Those not selected for this assessment may elect to continue working with Specialisterne and the community partner in identifying alternative roles, programs and employment opportunities.
This is an unpaid four-week evaluation, however successful completion can be added to your resume.
If successful, a three-month internship may be offered, where you will be paid the same rate of the full-time position. At the end of the three-months, a determination will be made by Deloitte as to whether full-time position will be offered.
**Participation in the skills evaluation and assessment program is not employment and DOES NOT guarantee employment.
All positions included in this program are FULL TIME positions.
The assessment program will take place in 901 International Parkway Lake Mary, FL, which is where the roles will be based.
The application process for the Specialisterne Informational Workshops and for the Skills Evaluation and Assessment Program is managed by Specialisterne USA.
Space is limited, inquiries and resumes should be sent directly to email@example.com
To submit your resume for the Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory – Cyber Risk Intern position you will need to:
- Submit your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please use the following naming convention when naming your documents First, Last, type of document. John Doe Resume.
- Candidates are also asked to share their information by completing the survey with Specialisterne here.
Applications should be submitted no later than March 7, 2019.
Job Posting (3 months may lead to Full-Time)
Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory – Cyber Risk – Intern
Interested in creating mission critical solutions? Together with our other delivery centers around the world, we provide development and sustainment services for our clients, both pre and post implementation. Here you’ll get the chance to work on projects that will build on your technical and business skills and help our clients achieve a higher level of service in operational efficiency and business value.
Deloitte’s Autism@work program consists of a three-month internship with an opportunity for full-time employment upon successful completion of the three-month internship. The work is located primarily in our Lake Mary, FL US Delivery Center. Our Autism@work interns will work side-by-side with their neurotypical colleagues and perform similar job functions to a neurotypical intern.
Work you’ll do
As a Cyber Risk Intern, you’ll work and learn with an experienced team to design, implement and support solutions and processes
If successful in gaining the three-month internship in this role you will also build on foundations in Information Technology and Business.
- Bachelor of Science degree in STEM, i.e.: Cyber Security, Management Information Systems, Computer Science, Engineering, or other IT-related areas.
- Minimum cumulative GPA 3.0
- Ability to troubleshoot, problem solve, critical thinking and logical structuring
- Specific interest in Cyber Security (IT) domain
- Experience with Microsoft product suite (I.e., Word, Excel, Power Point, , etc.)
- Flexible with changes, i.e.: project teams, changing priorities
- Ability to learn new technologies quickly
- Possible travel up to 15 percent of the time
Nice to Have:
- Minor in Business or Accounting
- Understanding of general IT infrastructure and system architecture
- Knowledge of basic security concepts (encryption using keys, SSL, HTTPS)
- Basic understanding of regulatory mandates (i.e., GLBA, HIPAA, PCI, SOX, etc.)
- Experience working on various operating systems and databases such as Windows, Unix/Linux, SQL Server/Oracle
How you’ll grow
As we continue to grow, so has the need for security and risk management professionals that we will train so we can continue to provide the support for our client’s systems and business processes. Here you’ll be able to sharpen your technical, analytical and business skills as part of a team committed to delivering world-class service for clients around the globe. You’ll not only gain experience in Deloitte’s methodologies, but also gain new skills that are in high demand by our clients.
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