• Looking to start a new career?
  • Are you interested in technology?
  • Do you have good computer skills and use assistive technology?
  • Have meticulous attention to detail?
  • Want an exciting career with lots of potential for growth?

Shaw Trust Accessibility Services is a flagship social enterprise that supports organisations across the UK and internationally in becoming digitally inclusive across a range of platforms.

Due to our continued success, we are looking to expand our team. Because we work virtually, we welcome applications from across the UK!

We value talented people with a passion for making a positive impact on people’s lives. In return, the role offers an exciting opportunity to work with a client base comprising FTSE 100 companies and public and third-sector organisations.

We work with customers from the time they start designing their website or app through product creation and launch and provide testing, technical support, and consultancy.

Our in-house Digital Testing Team is unique in the marketplace. It has first-hand experience of disability and assistive technology, which gives it a real-life perspective, both personally and professionally. 

Working with us offers far more benefits than a standard package. You can have a real impact on peoples’ lives while embarking on a rewarding career path.

What we do is exciting, fulfilling, and diverse, and it’s about to get even better.

Current Vacancies

We are seeking part-time Accessibility Assessors who have personal as well as professional experience in one of the following specialities:

  • Screen reader (JAWS, NVDA, Narrator) for users who are blind (1 vacancy)
  • Keyboard or Non-mouse navigation for users who have a mobility disability (2 vacancies)

Future Vacancies

Once we have recruited the vacancies above, we will be looking for the following members:

  • Voice activation (Dragon Professional) for users who have a mobility disability
  • Magnification (ZoomText) for users who have low vision
  • Audio, video and multimedia perception and alternatives for individuals who are Deaf or hard of hearing
  • Contrast, text sizing, content fluidity, clarity, plain English, alternative formats, simply layout for users with low vision, readability difficulties, colour perception, cognitive impairment, learning difficulties or learning disabilities

Next Steps

If you want to know more, please email accessibility-services@shaw-trust.org.uk with your CV confirming which specialism you wish to apply for (Keyboard, Screen Reader, etc.).
Please note we are happy to have an informal chat so you can learn more.