IT and Disability – we offer some of the best careers in the digital world

Could you use your skills and experience to help transform the lives of disabled and older people?

View our current opportunities below, and don't forget we are always looking for friendly technology-capable people to join our network of volunteers who use their IT skills to help others.

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Our Recruitment Privacy Policy

When you apply to a vacancy we process your data for recruitment purposes only. We store this data within SharePoint [stored in the EU and fully compliant with UK data protection laws], and we will not share it with anyone else. We keep this data until our open role is filled or within 6 months of you applying at the latest.

You can review our privacy policy where you will find further details including what information we collect, how we use this information, how we protect personal information and your rights.

About AbilityNet

AbilityNet is the leading UK charity for computing and disability and our services help disabled people achieve their goals at home, at work and in education. We are supported by some of the biggest names in IT and have a longstanding international reputation in the fields of digital accessibility and the use of assistive technologies. Read about our values of integrity, inclusion, innovation and collaboration.

AbilityNet is a Disability Confident Leader - we aim to make the most of the opportunities provided by employing disabled people. Disability Confident is a government scheme, is voluntary and has been developed by employers and disabled people's representatives.

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AbilityNet is part of the Tech Talent Charter and a champion for greater inclusion and diversity within the technology industry. Download the charter (PDF format) from the Tech Talent Charter website.

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"AbilityNet saw me as not someone with a disability, but someone with a gift for talking to people and with an interest in technology. 18 years later I’m still working for them."

- Alex Barker, AbilityNet Advice and Information Officer


Current vacancies

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  • Employment Status:
    Full-time or part-time, permanent
    Salary: £20,000 - £50,000 per annum (varies dependent on level)
    Location: Main offices in London and Leamington but some flexibility with location
    Closing Date: 17:00 Fri 30 Apr 2021
  • Employment Status:
    Self-employed (please note: consistent work is not guaranteed)
    Salary: See details on page
    Location: London and remote (we can accept applications from anywhere in the UK)
    Closing Date: 17:00 Fri 30 Apr 2021