AbilityNet provides accessibility testing services for a wide range of customers, and we would like people with a disability to join our network of User Testers. While such work may be infrequent, if your application matches with the requirements of our clients, you will be getting paid to help make the world a more accessible place.
Position: Digital Accessibility Services: Disabled User Tester
Location: London | Manchester
Employment Status: Self-employed (please note: consistent work is not guaranteed)
Testing takes place in our labs in London and Manchester
For our lab based testing, we are looking for people who are willing to travel into central London or central Manchester and be available on weekdays for a few hours between 9:30am and 6:00pm. Prior to a possible testing opportunity the date, start time and length of testing session will be communicated to you.
Rates of pay
A testing session may take between 1 and 4 hours. The duration will be advised in advance and may vary slightly on the day. For every hour of testing carried out we pay you £40, and cover travel expenses up to £30.
There is also a £10 referral fee so if you have any friends who might be interested, please put them in touch!
We are always looking for people with a disability to join our network.
To apply you can use the form on our website to be entered into our database for the opportunity to become an AbilityNet Disabled User Tester. Alternatively you can call us on +44 (0)20 3714 8230.
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Please note that in order for us to accurately assign relevant testing projects to you, we need to collect some information from you: including your contact details and your disability information. We use an EU based cloud database to store this information securely and only share it internally with our Project Planning and Accessibility Consultancy team. Your personal information will not be shared with third parties however the results from your testing will be provided to AbilityNet customers anonymously. By processing this request, you are providing your consent to the above.