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Disabled Workers Co-operative
This project's aim is to create a National searchable database that will match the needs of individual customers wanting a product or service with a local disabled person who is able to provide that product or service.
EmployAbility work with disabled undergraduates or graduates to ease the transition from education to employment. They offer internship and graduate opportunities with top employers, advice on disclosure and adjustments required, help with applications, coaching or training for interview and assessment centre skills, mock interviews and support throughout the recruitment process and beyond. Also working with employers wanting to become ‘disability inclusive’, EmployAbility provide the essential link between disabled people and employers, and have established relationships with universities, other disability charities and many other key stakeholders.
Employment Opportunities for people with disabilities
[formerly known as Fast-Track]
The graduate recruitment scheme for disabled people, which aims to provide graduate calibre disabled people with their first step in a chosen career.
The biggest recruitment website for academic and research jobs. Easy to use, updated daily.
Mediabridge is a media partnership to help people progress into careers with the media industry.
Next Step is the new adult careers service - helping you get on in work and life.
Get free careers and skills advice by calling Next Step 0800 100 900 between 8am - 10pm 7 days a week
The National Midwifery Project
Employer organisation for the NHS in England, giving employers an independent voice on workforce matters.
On Line Careers Service for Disabled People
The official UK graduate careers site, with thousands of graduate jobs, postgraduate courses and career guidance.
Shaw Trust (helps disabled people into work)