There are currently about 2 million people in the UK living with some sort of sight loss. Among them, some 360,000 are registered as legally blind or partially sighted. Those numbers are expected to grow significantly between now and the end of the decade.
You might be looking for a new job because of:
Change in marital status
Change in your health
A move to another part of the country
A desire to do something different
As an individual suffering from sight loss, we know that you do not want to lose your freedom or have to unnecessarily depend on others for everything. You want to be able to work, both for your own well-being and to contribute to society. We can help. Diversity Jobs is proud to work with companies committed to providing disability positive jobs for individuals just like you.
Your Ability to Contribute
Only you know what your abilities are and how you can contribute to the workplace. What we know is that you have something to contribute. You have skills, knowledge, and experience that others lack; you have the ability to contribute in a way no one else can. Do not let sight loss hold you back in your desire to find fulfilling and productive work. Let Diversity Jobs help you find a position with a company offering disability positive jobs.
Types of Jobs Available
The workforce is a vast sea of different careers and different workers. You have a place out there among them. The question for you is whether you are looking for an apprenticeship or graduate scheme, your first job ever, or a new job to advance your career or help you recover from redundancy. Diversity Jobs lists all sorts of positions across many industries. We can help you find work in nearly any industry, including:
Manufacturing and industry
Tourism and hospitality
Social work and advocacy
It is our firm belief that there is much you can do even in the midst of site loss. We want to help you find a disability positive job so that you have every opportunity to experience a productive, satisfying, and enjoyable career. The employers we work with are committed to the very same principles.
VERCIDA works with over one hundred clients who are committed to creating an inclusive work
environment. If you are an employer and interested in working with VERCIDA to promote your
diversity and inclusion initiatives and attract the best candidates, please email
[email protected] for more information.
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