Accessibility

Southwark Council is committed to making this website as accessible as possible, to the broadest range of people, whether you have a disability or find it hard to use the internet for another reason.
 
 

 

Accessible Careers

 

For information in an accessible format, please click here.

 

 

International standards

We are compliant with the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) guidelines on accessibility and are continually working on improving our standards.
 

Viewing this website

 
This website has been designed to be compatible with all modern browsers. Not every browser will allow you to change the way you view the page, but here are some tips that may make our site more accessible for you.
 
  • This site is best viewed in 1024 x 768 pixels or above, using 256 colours or above.
  • You may be able to change the size of text and alter the choice of font
  • When you search for a job, click on the refresh button or F5 on your keyboard on each page visited to ensure your settings are maintained.

Visually impaired people

 
We recommend using the screen zoom functionality on the latest browsers, rather than adjusting the text size or using older browsers.
 
All Southwark libraries have a computer running Dolphin Supernova, which gives screen magnification and audio assistance for people who are visually impaired. It is free to surf the internet in Southwark's libraries. For details of your local library, go to our libraries and locations section.
 

Assistive technology can help

 
If you have a visual impairment, you may find assistive technology that can help you.
 
To find out more about these technologies and further information, please visit the RNIB website.
 

Security

 
If you’re experiencing certificate errors when browsing the site then it’s likely that your version of Windows needs to be validated by Microsoft. To do this, download and install the latest update or go to the Microsoft download centre
 

Useful links

 
Here are some links to organisations that offer further information on website accessibility issues
 
W3C Web Accessibility Initiative web page
The Disabled People pages of Gov
The Equalities and Human Rights Commission
Information on accessibility options for Apple computers
Information on accessibility options for Microsoft Windows-based computers
AbilityNet
 
If you have any queries regarding your application please email jobs-help@southwark.gov.uk