AsIAm is pleased to announce that we have an opening on our team for the position of Information Officer. This exciting role has an initial 4 month contract, with the possibility of the position becoming permanent.

The new Information Officer will lead our organisation’s development of a central point of information and guidance for Autistic people and their families on

Title: Information Officer
Reporting to: Chief Executive Officer
Remuneration: €30,000 p.a (4 month contract, with possibility of extension)
Nature of Role: Full-time, based in AsIAm Offices, 84 Amiens Street, Dublin 1
Overview of Role:
The AsIAm Information Officer will play a vital role in developing as a central hub of information and support for the Autism Community. The information officer will be responsible for developing resources and content for, as well as acting as Editor for our blog and features content. In addition to developing content, the Information Officer will deal with queries from users of the website, these queries will inform the development of content on
Roles & Responsibilities:
Content creation
Sourcing of content
Covering events in the autism community
Providing information and guidance to individuals and families who contact the organisation
Supporting the overall work of the organisation
Essential Requirements
Extensive knowledge and experience of Autism / Aspergers Syndrome
Excellent IT skills including being able to upload content to wordpress websites
Excellent literacy and editorial skills
Excellent understanding of social media platforms
Comfortable with dealing with members of the public
Desirable but not essential
Relevant third level qualification
Full Irish drivers license
Interested candidates should send a CV and cover letter to


Applications are now open and close Wednesday 12th April at 12 noon. No applications will be accepted beyond this point. As an organisation in receipt of State funds, we must operate an open, transparent recruitment process – to this end any attempts to canvass for the post, personally, or on someone’s behalf will lead to a candidate being excluded from the process.

A panel of interviewers will make a shortlist and invite shortlisted candidates to interview. All relevant information for the interview process will be shared with shortlisted candidates at that time.

AsIAm is an equal opportunities employer and reserves the right to practice positive discrimination.