Australian Spatial Analytics (ASA)

Partnering with CoAct to help neurodivergent people find suitable work.

Supporting neurodivergent job seekers into stable, long-term meaningful careers

Apply for a job with Australian Spatial Analytics (ASA).
If you identify as being neurodivergent or having Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), ASA can help you use your unique skills and interests to provide you with a geospatial and/or digital engineering career. No previous experience is required as ASA provides on-the-job training.

Jobs we recruit for

We’re always looking for Junior Data Analysts to join our team. As a Junior Data Analyst, you will receive all training on-the-job. We look for the following attributes:
  • 18 years of age or over
  • Eligible to work in Australia
  • A focused attention to detail and procedural based tasks
  • Ability to recognise patterns rapidly
  • A willingness to learn and work in a team!
  • Neurodivergent individuals are encouraged to apply
Useful (but definitely not required) skills include:
  • Qualifications in IT or Computer Science
  • Experience using 3D modelling software
  • Geographic Information System experience (ArcGIS, QGIS etc.)
Junior Data Analysts have opportunities to progress within ASA, or pursue a career with one of their partner clients.

ASA locations

ASA provides careers for young neurodivergent adults across four locations:
  • Brisbane
  • Melbourne
  • Adelaide
  • Cairns

Get started

Click here to register your interest and a CoAct employment consultant will contact you to help with the application process.

Our recruitment process is as follows:

  • First, if you’re interested in a position with us, please apply and provide your resume and a cover letter. We’ll read every application. You may also be referred to us in other ways, including Disability Employment Service providers or other ASA partners.
  • In your application, we’d like to know about your transferable experience, including previous employment, volunteer experience and interests (e.g. gaming, IT).
  • We then shortlist candidates to undertake two activities:
  1. Part 1 activity is computer-based, focusing on pattern recognition, concentration and spatial reasoning.
  2. Part 2 activity is a questionnaire about you, your interests, and why you want to work at ASA.
  • Once we review the activities, we contact shortlisted candidates and arrange an interview that will take place in one of our ASA offices. If you are unsuccessful, we will let you know and provide feedback.
  • Before the interview, we’ll provide you with the questions 48 hours in advance so you can prepare your answers and develop your own questions. Please also think about what adjustments may be required to help you succeed in your role at ASA. We’d love to hear them at your interview.
  • On the interview day, we’ll show you the interview room orientation and design and access to facilities like toilets and quiet spaces. Your interview will include a small group of people, including our People Success Officer and a member from Human Resources. We will then go through the interview questions in order, and you can ask questions afterwards. You can also bring an assistance dog to your interview if this will make you feel more comfortable.
  • After the interview, we’ll inform you of the outcome within a week.
  • If you’re successful, we’ll organise your start date based on your needs and provide you with induction information.
  • If you’re unsuccessful, we’ll give you constructive feedback that you can use for your next journey. You’re more than welcome to reapply after 12 months.

CoAct has partnered with ASA to help neurodivergent people find suitable work

Our team is here to help neurodivergent people to overcome challenges while applying for roles with ASA and their partner organisations.
We do this through Disability Employment Services (DES) and we can support you to:
  • identify your career goals
  • develop a professional resume and effective cover letter
  • practice your interview technique
  • find appropriate jobs that match your interests and skills
  • connect with local, disability friendly employers

About ASA

ASA is a professional data services company that wholeheartedly believes in the unique perspectives of neurodivergent individuals and their ability to drive Australia’s digital future.
  • Founded on inclusion: In operation since 2020, ASA is built on the vision of creating job opportunities for young neurodivergent adults in the digital economy. ASA is committed to creating a supportive workplace where everyone feels valued so they can reach their full potential. They take a human-centred approach, understanding and leveraging each person’s strengths, interests and needs
  • Growing family: Offices in Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Cairns where 80% of people are neurodivergent.
  • Be valued: ASA understands and celebrates neurodivergence.
ASA believes in providing a safe place for neurodivergent people to thrive and not just have a job–but a career.

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