Disability Accommodation for Applicants

If you are unable to apply online due to a disability and need special assistance or an accommodation, contact our Human Resources department. You must include the title of the position in the subject line of your email so that we may assist you.

Web Accessibility

We're always looking for ways to make our websites and online services easier to use. We try to follow the guidelines of the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) and the Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB).

Finding your way around

We design our websites so it's easy for you to find the information you need. If you get stuck, try our regional faq or sitemap. Even fully sighted people can find reading text on a screen tiring, so we have chosen an easy-to-see web colour scheme and a clear font type and size.

If you use a screen reader

Not everyone uses a traditional browser, so we've designed our sites to work with screen readers. We use text (in ALT tags) to describe images. We’ve included descriptive links so you know where the link takes you, and we don't use frames that are difficult for screen readers and special browsers to interpret.

Change your browser settings

Your web browser has lots of settings that you can change to alter the way you see, hear or use a website. The BBC and AbilityNet have a website that provides help for using the internet with all you need to know about on changing settings for Windows, Mac and Linux browsers. 


If you need to print a page in this site you'll find that your browser's Print function works perfectly well. Some sites will only print some of the text on a page, or will output cropped pages when you try to print them, but this site has been tailored to print correctly. Choose file > print preview in your browser's menu to see for yourself. You'll notice that to improve clarity, none of the navigation objects or other elements which are superfluous to a printed version will be printed.