We’re committed to the Disability Confident scheme, a national standard that ensures all our processes, including the recruitment process is inclusive and accessible to all!If you’ve a disability or long-term health condition (which could be, dyslexia, anxiety, autism, a mobility condition or hearing loss) and for you to be your best self, would like us to make any adjustments, changes or do anything differently during the recruitment process, let your People contact know. This commitment enables our people to continue to be their best while at work.
Adjustments are made on a case-by-case basis, so have a conversation with us about any adjustments you might need. Any changes will be unique to you, but you’ll find some examples below:
- Providing extra time in assessments and interviews
- Providing communication support which could mean a British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter during the interview
- Providing questions in advance of the interview
- Holding the interview or assessment in an accessible building
- Holding interviews in different formats – such as over the phone or via video call