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VACANCY: Information & Digital Marketing Officer

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Reporting to: Deputy Chief Executive Officer Hours of work: 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday (Some Saturday’s and evenings may be required from time to time) Length: Full-time/12 month contract Place of Employment: AsIAm Headquarters, Blackrock, Co. Dublin (Some travel is required. Expenses are paid.) Remuneration: €28,000 – €30,000 (Dependent on experience) AsIAm is seeking an information …

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We’re Hiring: Training Officers & Administrative Assistant

2019 will be an important year for AsIAm as we work to deepen our impact across the country and advance our goal of building an autism-friendly Ireland. To help us achieve this, we are excited to announce that we are recruiting three new positions for our team – Training Officer (General), Training Officer (Early Years …

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Our Week Online – 9/12/2018

Welcome to Our Week Online. Don’t know what it is about December, but the autism and disability stories just keep coming. That, or we just like reading them! This week the Department of Health published two reports, one on the prevalence of autism and another reviewing and making recommendations on autism services, with a view to publishing an …

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Interview: Nicholas Ryan-Purcell

Nicholas Ryan-Purcell is an autistic filmmaker from Co. Tipperary. His latest film is called This is Nicholas – Living With Autism, a documentary about his experiences of growing up in Tipperary with autism and depression. Following its premiere at the 2018 NYC Mental Health Film Festival, This Is Nicholas is screening at the Irish Film Institute in …

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Our Week Online – 28/10/2018

It’s Sunday, Halloween is almost here, Ireland is (hopefully) done with voting for the year, and tomorrow’s a Bank Holiday Monday. Lovely. Welcome to Our Week Online. This week it was announced that three schools in Co. Dublin would close immediately due to building defects following inspections from the Department of Education, with a further …

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