Finding a job opportunity

There are many ways to find out about opportunities available to you.

As well as searching on this website, you could also look at:

You can start looking for jobs at any time.

Finding out about accessible apprenticeships and supported internships

The Targeted Employment team can give you more information about supported internships and accessible apprenticeships.

If you're interested in a supported internship, complete this supported internship: expression of interest form.

If you're interested in an accessible apprenticeship, complete this accessible apprenticeship expression of interest form.

To see examples of the types of jobs and opportunities young people have already taken, watch:

Disability Confident employers

By law, all employers must treat everyone who applies for a job equally. Some employers have signed up as Disability Confident. They want to make the most of the talents disabled people can bring to the workplace. Disability Confident is run by the Government.

Disability Confident employers should:

  • offer an interview to a fair number of disabled people who meet the minimum criteria for a job
  • use the Disability Confident symbol on their websites and job adverts

Find out more about Disability Confident on the Scope website.