How to post a job
To post a job you will need a job credit, which you can purchase here in batches of one, five, ten, fifty or a hundred. One job credit will allow you to publish one job, in one location. This means if you want to post the same role in three locations, you will need three job credits.
When you have purchased a job credit you will be taken to a page where you can fill in all the details of your vacancy, including the job description, salary information and a link to apply for the role.
Each job you post with a job credit can be tagged with the appropriate features, such as part-time, full-time, flexible hours, remote etc., meaning that disabled candidates can limit their search to find your job easily.
Why purchase a job credit?
One of our most popular features is our job posting service. Our tailored jobs board helps employers who are committed to promoting inclusivity in their workplace to advertise their positions to job seekers.
Our site is a resource hub for disabled people seeking out employment and advice for their career. We believe that part of this should be creating a valuable space to connect these people to career and education opportunities. If you have a job vacancy you would like to share, you can trust that joining our network highlights you as a supportive and inclusive employer who wants to promote diversity in their workplace.
Careers with Disabilities aims to support people with disabilities and long-term health conditions at every stage of their employment and job-seeking process. Because of this, we are keen to showcase jobs and opportunities for every stage of any career. We have built a platform that can help people find all kinds of opportunities you may have, not simply traditional jobs. For example, apprenticeships, traineeships, sector-based work academy placements, work experience, student opportunities, and other career opportunities for disabled people.
Our site has a whole section dedicated to supporting job seekers with disabilities and long-term health conditions to find a career that is right for them. We have resources on diversity-positive employers, how to find them, and much more.