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The Precisionists has 25 positions now in Nashville

Posted by on Thursday, April 28, 2022 in FCAI News, News.

One of the Frist Center’s closest employment partners, The Precisionists Inc (TPI), is currently recruiting for neurodivergent talent in Nashville (they also have locations in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Ohio).

TPI has 25 full-time job opportunities in downtown Nashville in Data and Business Analysis, Business Administration, Information Technology, Software Testing, and Software Engineering positions for companies such as HCA, Caterpillar Financial, Vanderbilt University, LKQ Corp, UBS Bank, and others.

TPI assesses candidates’ abilities holistically and can help identify well matched job opportunities even for individuals who have no prior experience in these areas. The only minimum requirements are that candidates must be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma or equivalent, and be motivated and willing to work full time. Most candidates also have at least some experience or exposure to either office software such as Microsoft Office, Google or Apple products, but TPI can provide training with these tools as well.

To determine the best matched job roles, candidates are invited to attend a free, three- or four-week assessment program (40 hours per week, Monday through Friday) to help assess their strengths, motivators, build trust, and establish some business acumen. The goal at the end of the assessment would be a full-time position, working at TPI’s offices which include on-site job coaches and other support professionals in a friendly and supportive work environment with any needed accommodations provided. Employment is not guaranteed, though TPI has a high success rate. TPI salaries are highly market competitive and full benefits are provided as well.

If you’re interested in this opportunity, please go to the TPI website and complete a Statement of Interest Form – from there, you will be contacted to explore opportunities within their company. Please also don’t hesitate to reach out to Dr. Dave Caudel, associate director of the Frist Center for Autism & Innovation at .