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  1. Dear All, I'm a producer with a TV company called Optomen. I am adding this new topic as I would like to find people with ASD who have struggled to find employment for a BBC project I am developing. The idea is looking at the science of neuro diversity to present people to employers as an asset, rather than focusing on difficulties. If you would like to find out more please e-mail me at employme@optomen.com Many thanks Emma Parsons
  2. The BBC invites you to this free event which offers a fantastic opportunity to visit us at MediaCityUK, Salford and learn more about the different applications of technology used across the BBC. PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES IN TECH – NETWORKING & DEVELOPMENT DAY Friday 6th March 2015 | 09:30 -18:00 BBC Future Media is the team responsible for designing, developing and running digital services like iPlayer, BBC websites and the Red Button - along with the creation of games and apps for other BBC departments such as Children’s, Learning and News. This event will provide behind-the-scenes insights into the world of digital media at the BBC whilst also highlighting career opportunities within Future Media for top tech talent with disabilities. Hear first-hand about the opportunities of working on a product like iPlayer in roles across User Experience and Design (UX&D), Product Management, Analytics, Software Engineering and Technical Project Management. Meet disabled employees and find out what it's like working for the BBC and the support we provide for staff. This event is open to people with disabilities who are already working in technology – or are recent disabled graduates with a relevant degree (for example Computer Science). For more information see here
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