York St John is a Disability Confident Employer and a MINDFUL EMPLOYER, and is committed to improving policies and practices for staff living with disability, physical or mental health conditions.
We are a ‘Disability Confident’ employer. In accordance with this scheme we guarantee an interview to any candidates who declare in their application that they have a disability and meet the minimum criteria for the role.
Disabled applicants are invited to discuss their application or request assistance at any point during the recruitment process.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University is committed to taking positive steps to ensure that disabled people can compete for employment opportunities on a level playing field and have the support they need to develop and perform well in their jobs. Examples of adjustments include alterations to working hours, adjustments to premises and the acquisition or modification of equipment.
Additional support (library)
The University provides up to one week (of normal contracted hours) leave per annum, as may be required for particular purposes such as assessment and/or treatment in relation to the disability, or servicing of necessary equipment or other aids. It is not intended for Disability related sick leave. Disability leave applies to staff who have disclosed a disability, and where the time off work is verified by a medical or occupational health report or an appointment letter.
The Disabled Staff Network provides a place where people living with disability or health issues come together, to increase our voice and visibility and help the University be an enabling environment for all.
The Network is small and we would welcome enthusiastic members to help us develop our purpose, direction and activities.
Contact: Cameron Gledhill, HR Assistant, at email@example.com.
The Human Resources Team
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 01904 876619
Marije Davidson, Equality and Diversity Adviser
Email: email@example.com Telephone: 01904 876481
Dignity and Respect Network: Contacts
Access to Work
If you’re disabled or have a physical or mental health condition that means you require additional support or equipment to do your job, you may be able to apply for Access to Work funding.