Current Opportunities

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

The I CAN Network is always looking for new people to join our movement. Have a look at our current opportunities, sign up to our email to hear about future opportunities, or contact us if you think you have something to offer that isn’t listed.

We all have a role to play in proving what people on the Spectrum CAN do. The I CAN Network’s vision is a world that benefits from embracing Autism, and we are Australia’s first social enterprise established by people with Autism. Make history and help us power a generation-wide rethink of Autism, from ‘I Can’t’ to ‘I CAN’.

What is it like to work for the I CAN Network?

Be positive

With every person and in every situation, we focus on strengths. With our diversity and such a direct connection to Autism, there’s no limit to what we can do for people on the Spectrum.

‘You never know what you CAN do until you try’ – Paul, Business Analyst

Be gutsy

When you join our team you meet the most courageous people you have ever met. We’re constantly pushing ourselves to grow. We back people on the Spectrum with everything we have.

‘I didn’t know I was capable of doing this and now I’m doing it’ – Max, Speakers Agency Coordinator

Build networks

We put the work in at the ground level to build the rights supports for people on the Spectrum – in their schools, universities/ TAFEs, workplaces and communities. We train our people to be leaders so that our network keeps expanding.

‘I got involved in my old school through being a mentor-in-Training and now I mentor at three schools’ – Caitlin, Mentor

OPPORTUNITIES

We are looking for a Mentor in the Bendigo region

I CAN Network, Australia’s first social enterprise founded by people with Autism, is looking for a person with a strong connection to Autism to co-deliver its new mentoring programs as ‘Mentors’ in the 2017 calendar year. Reporting to their Regional Manager, Mentors will work with the Network Leader they have been assigned to co-deliver regular group mentoring sessions for a select group of individuals on the Spectrum at schools, TAFEs and/ or in communities. The commitment would involve a minimum of five hours per mentoring session and availability during school hours. Successful applicants will be able to relate to the experiences of mentees on the Spectrum, have emerging facilitation skills and a passion for the individual strengths of people on the Spectrum. Please refer to the Position Description for full details.

How to Apply?

Please apply in writing to opportunities@icannetwork.com.au with ‘Attn: Tiffany – Mentor application’ in the subject title by Friday 7 April 2017. You will need to attach a CV and cover letter. After 7 April 2017 you will be notified whether you have progressed to the next round of the recruitment process.

We are looking for a Mentor in the Albury/ Wodonga Region

I CAN Network, Australia’s first social enterprise founded by people with Autism, is looking for a person with a strong connection to Autism to co-deliver its new mentoring programs as ‘Mentors’ in the 2017 calendar year. Reporting to their Regional Manager, Mentors will work with the Network Leader they have been assigned to co-deliver regular group mentoring sessions for a select group of individuals on the Spectrum at schools, TAFEs and/ or in communities. The commitment would involve a minimum of five hours per mentoring session and availability during school hours. Successful applicants will be able to relate to the experiences of mentees on the Spectrum, have emerging facilitation skills and a passion for the individual strengths of people on the Spectrum. Please refer to the Position Description for full details.

How to Apply?

Please apply in writing to opportunities@icannetwork.com.au with ‘Attn: Tiffany – Mentor application’ in the subject title by Friday 31 March 2017. You will need to attach a CV and cover letter. After 31 March you will be notified whether you have progressed to the next round of the recruitment process.

We are looking for a Mentor in the Albury/ Wodonga Region

I CAN Network, Australia’s first social enterprise founded by people with Autism, is looking for a person with a strong connection to Autism to co-deliver its new mentoring programs as ‘Mentors’ in the 2017 calendar year. Reporting to their Regional Manager, Mentors will work with the Network Leader they have been assigned to co-deliver regular group mentoring sessions for a select group of individuals on the Spectrum at schools, TAFEs and/ or in communities. The commitment would involve a minimum of five hours per mentoring session and availability during school hours. Successful applicants will be able to relate to the experiences of mentees on the Spectrum, have emerging facilitation skills and a passion for the individual strengths of people on the Spectrum. Please refer to the Position Description for full details.

How to Apply?

Please apply in writing to opportunities@icannetwork.com.au with ‘Attn: Tiffany – Mentor application’ in the subject title by Friday 31 March 2017. You will need to attach a CV and cover letter. After 31 March you will be notified whether you have progressed to the next round of the recruitment process.

We are looking for a Mentor in the Greater Melbourne Region

I CAN Network, Australia’s first social enterprise founded by people with Autism, is looking for a person with a strong connection to Autism to co-deliver its new mentoring programs as ‘Mentors’ in the 2017 calendar year. Reporting to their Regional Manager, Mentors will work with the Network Leader they have been assigned to co-deliver regular group mentoring sessions for a select group of individuals on the Spectrum at schools, TAFEs and/ or in communities. The commitment would involve a minimum of five hours per mentoring session and availability during school hours. Successful applicants will be able to relate to the experiences of mentees on the Spectrum, have emerging facilitation skills and a passion for the individual strengths of people on the Spectrum. Please refer to the Position Description for full details.

How to Apply?

Please apply in writing to opportunities@icannetwork.com.au with ‘Attn: Tiffany – Mentor application’ in the subject title by Friday 31 March 2017. You will need to attach a CV and cover letter. I CAN Network recruits for the Mentor role continuously. We will contact you within the week from the date you lodged your application.

We are looking for Network Leaders in Kyabram and Goulburn Valley and Bendigo

I CAN Network, Australia’s first social enterprise founded by people with Autism, is looking for highly skilled group facilitators to deliver its new mentoring programs as ‘Network Leaders’ in the 2017 calendar year. Reporting to their Regional Manager, Network Leaders will work with/ and coach their local Mentor on the Spectrum to co-deliver regular group mentoring sessions for a select group of individuals on the Spectrum at schools, TAFEs and/ or in communities. The commitment would involve a minimum of five hours per mentoring session and availability during school hours. Successful applicants will have experience with facilitation, a passion for the individual strengths of people on the Spectrum and be able to relate to the experiences of mentees. Please refer to the Position Description for full details.

How to Apply?

Please apply in writing to opportunities@icannetwork.com.au with ‘Attn: Jeff – Network Leader application’ in the subject title by Friday 13 January (midnight). You will need to attach a CV and cover letter, including the geographical region you are applying for. After 13 January you will be notified whether you have progressed to the next round of the recruitment process.

We are looking for Mentors in Kyabram and Goulburn Valley and Bendigo

I CAN Network, Australia’s first social enterprise founded by people with Autism, is looking for people with a strong connection to Autism to co-deliver its new mentoring programs as ‘Mentors’ in the 2017 calendar year. Reporting to their Regional Manager, Mentors will work with the Network Leader they have been assigned to co-deliver regular group mentoring sessions for a select group of individuals on the Spectrum at schools, TAFEs and/ or in communities. The commitment would involve a minimum of five hours per mentoring session and availability during school hours. Successful applicants will be able to relate to the experiences of mentees on the Spectrum, have emerging facilitation skills and a passion for the individual strengths of people on the Spectrum. Please refer to the Position Description for full details.

How to Apply?

Please apply in writing to opportunities@icannetwork.com.au with ‘Attn: Jeff – Mentor application’ in the subject title by Friday 13 January (midnight). You will need to attach a CV and cover letter, including the geographical region you are applying for. After 13 January you will be notified whether you have progressed to the next round of the recruitment process.

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