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  • Saturday, May 01, 2021 3:43 PM | Anonymous member

    Nashville Sounds Baseball Club

    Amy Schoch (pronounced "shock"), VP of Fan Relations

    19 Junior Gilliam Way

    Nashville, TN   37219




    This is a brand new resource!  They are actively hiring people on the spectrum for various jobs at the stadium, and they hire year-round.  Very flexible scheduling.  Accessible by bus.

  • Saturday, January 09, 2021 3:41 PM | Anonymous member

    Woodard Brothers Distributing, LLC

    2607 Winford Avenue

    Nashville, TN   37211

    Steve Smith
    steve@sska.com or info@woodardbros.com
    A fulfillment & distribution company providing a strong and exciting work environment for those people challenged with a special need. This integrated workforce of special needs and able-bodied people, makes for an amazing place to work every day.  They partner with the CMRA, Community Rehabilitation Agencies of Tennessee, The Kennedy Center, Next Steps, etc.

  • Monday, June 17, 2019 5:28 AM | Anonymous member

    Autism Tennessee would like to announce an exciting career opportunity! Ernst & Young (EY) is currently looking for several candidates for the role of Account Support Associate, for their offices on Music Row.

    Account Support Associate Account Support Associates drive innovation, efficiency and process improvement across EY’s lines of business. Account Support Associates in our Neurodiversity Centers of Excellence provide support in key functional areas including analytics, tracking, process automation and cyber risk identification to help EY teams work more efficiently. They serve a variety of large complex engagements and accounts, so you’ll have an opportunity to apply your skills in diverse ways and in many kinds of businesses. You’ll expand your skill set through ongoing training, so you’ll be constantly challenged and gain valuable experience in high demand functional areas. EY is committed to growth and development for all its professionals and ASAs are no exception. The skills and experience you develop as an ASA can be leveraged throughout EY’s practice areas, so you may qualify for a variety of EY opportunities and career possibilities.
    EY Nashville is in the process of hiring a NCoE Manager to be the point of contact. National EY  contact- Jamell G. Mitchell, MBA. NCoE Operations Leader - Americas ASA. Ernst & Young. Jamell.Mitchell@ey.com Until the local Manager is named, you may communicate with Park Avenue Consulting or Autism Tennessee. 

    What qualifications do I need for this role?

    ● Proficiency with multiple operating systems, experience with coding & vulnerability scanning tools

    ● Strong organizational skills, mathematical abilities and attention to detail

    ● Technical proficiency with advanced Excel functions

    ● Strong abilities to analyze and manipulate data

    ● Ideally, candidates will be proficient, or have a working knowledge of one or more following programming languages – Python, SQL, C, C++, C#, R, SharePoint Design, Alteryx, VBA Power BI, Macros, or HTML

    What do I need to do to apply? What are the deadlines? If you have questions, wish to contact us for services, or to submit an application, please email your professional resume to hayley@parkavenueconsultingllc.com, with “Nashville EY” in the subject line.

    This selection process will move quickly over the summer, as chosen applicants will attend a week-long introductory training with Ernst & Young before beginning this role in August 2019. Interviews will be conducted at the Nashville offices in mid-July, with the intent of hiring up to fifteen promising individuals for this program.

    This is a fantastic opportunity for local professionals to launch their career, receive training and secure employment through the most-recognized of the “Big 4” Professional Services firms in the US - recently ranked #34 of Forbes’ Top 100 Places to Work, this is an excellent place to launch your professional career in Nashville.

    Don’t miss out on this opportunity - brought to you by Autism Tennessee, Ernst & Young, and the dedicated consultants at Park Avenue Consulting Services!

    NCoE JD Aug 2018..docx


  • Wednesday, January 09, 2019 3:35 PM | Anonymous member

    The Precisionists, Inc. (TPI)

    Athens Way (near Metro Center)

    Nashville, TN

    Kendal Reynolds, Director of HR




    Bridging the Disability Employment Divide. Program set up in cooperation with Specialisterne (Thorkil Sonne) and UBS to train young adults with autism and then transition them into the workforce.  Another person who works in Nashville office is Diane Shea, the delivery expert.  diane.shea@theprecisionists.com.

    The Precisionists is a for-profit consulting firm that started in Delaware as a "B" corporation (they have a mission to give back in some way to the community).  They are now in Nashville lining up clients and have already completed two 4-week training sessions.  Will be moving to a facility soon near Metro Center and plan to open other facilities in different parts of the area.  Prior to choosing trainees, they require them to attend a 2-4 hr. information workshop to get to know the potential candidates.  Family members, job coaches, etc. are also encouraged to attend.  If accepted, they will then go through a 4-week training program to gain confidence, build trust, learn to work in teams, etc.  They will then try to place candidates in jobs suitable to their skills and needs in a variety of industries (not just technology).

    They plan on having 3-4 classes per year from now on.  Interested parties can go on website and fill out a statement of interest (put down that you heard about it from Autism TN!) or can contact Kendal directly.  

  • Tuesday, January 08, 2019 3:39 PM | Anonymous member


    5022 Old Hydes Ferry Pike

    Nashville, TN   37218

    John Camperlino, Supported Employment Director
    Spoke with John Camperlino about their supported employment program and it really sounds wonderful.  They take their time to look for just the right job that fits the person and then continues their support for a year!  He said it works best if the client comes to them BEFORE they go to Voc. Rehab.  They will work with the client to get an overview of the needs and skills and passions and will then go with the client to Voc. Rehab. to help them with the process.  Then once they get approved, everything will already be in place for them to immediately move forward.  If someone is already in Voc. Rehab., they can request them as a "vendor" so they can become a client.  Sometimes that may work or not, depending on your caseworker at Voc. Rehab.

  • Tuesday, January 08, 2019 3:38 PM | Anonymous member

    Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, PMB 40

    230 Appleton Place

    Nashville, TN   37203
    Who should use this site?  Any Tennessean who is interested in improving the employment of people with disabilities. There is info for:

        employment professionals
        job-seekers with disabilities
        their supporters and families
        educators who help with transition from school to work

    They also have a Parent Coalition that meets monthly and a newsletter.

  • Monday, January 07, 2019 3:43 PM | Anonymous member

    St. Thomas West Hospital

    Nashville, TN

    Matthew Thomson, Asst. Director Of Housekeeping

    (615) 775-1556


    They have a location in FL that uses some people with autism and Matthew is looking into doing that too.  It would be primarily as a "greeter" with other odd jobs.

  • Saturday, January 05, 2019 3:41 PM | Anonymous member

    Fairfield Inn & Suites
    901 Division Street (in the Gulch)

    Nashville, TN   37203

    Anthony Langan, Asst. General Manager

    Anthony has hired several people on the spectrum in the past and has a son with autism, so he "gets it" and appears to be open to hiring others if openings occur.

  • Friday, January 05, 2018 3:41 PM | Anonymous member

    Job Club

    David Griffin, Project Specialist

    615-248-5878, ext 27

    Job Club is a monthly workshop for individuals with IDD or other disabilities who are working or who are interested in working. They meet on the third Tuesday of every month  at Lipscomb University from 5:30 P.M.-7:00 P.M.

    The purpose of Job Club is to provide a forum for informal training around topics related to working---how to get along with co-workers, applying for jobs and the interview process, professional clothing, appropriate behavior, working with difficult customers, calling off work appropriately, respecting your supervisor, learning difficult tasks, managing your money, etc.-----the topics are endless. This is a partnership with Laura Berry and Brian McNulty of Best Buddies, Inc,  Friend’s Life, and the Arc of TN.   Support staff of individuals requiring assistance in participation are welcome to attend.

  • Sunday, December 31, 2017 3:39 PM | Anonymous member

    Workforce Essentials, Inc.
    350 Pageant Lane, Suite 406

    Clarksville, TN   37040

    Sharyn Hancock, Disability Resource Coordinator
    They work with people with disabilities to find employment.  Click this link for locations in other counties:  http://www.workforceessentials.com/location/

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