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Oxford Brookes welcomes job applications from disabled people. If you have any access requirements please indicate them on your application form, and we will try to meet them.
We are committed to
the Disability Confident scheme. All disabled applicants will be considered under the scheme unless they choose to opt out. This means that if a disabled applicant meets the essential criteria for a post they will be shortlisted for interview.
Oxford Brookes is committed to ensuring that disabled staff the help they need to enable them to work effectively at Brookes. If you think you may have a disability or long-term medical condition please talk to your manager. If you would like to have a confidential discussion please contact Elaine Dagnall, HR Business Partner (Equality and Diversity) at email@example.com/tel: 01865 485929.
We will provide reasonable adjustments to enable you to work effectively. Examples might include agreeing earlier/later starting times, providing assistive technology or furniture, making changes to the office layout or considering reallocating tasks within a team.
Funding may be available through the Access to Work Scheme for any adjustments that may be needed.
The Disability and Dyslexia Service provides advice, information and practical support to students with disabilities, medical conditions and Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs) at Oxford Brookes University. The service is also very happy to be contacted by members of university staff for advice, information and guidance to help support students with disabilities. Our Occupational Health Service can also provide advice on reasonable adjustments.