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Who we are…
Tilting the Lens is a consultancy that asks, “is this accessible?” Through our pillars of education, advocacy and design, we design with Disabled people, to craft solutions to intentionally build an accessible and equitable world.
We are a growing business with evolving needs and are keen to create the right environment for you as a candidate. As such, we would love to discuss the key responsibilities and strengths, so we can shape job descriptions with you.
At Tilting the Lens - our work culture reflects our core values:
- Equity - we value and treat our colleagues, clients and collaborators with the utmost respect and fairness. We embrace and celebrate diversity and inclusivity in all our relations, and we strive to support everyone succeed.
- Community - we invest in and involve the Disabled community. Together, we can bring forth a positive change in the world where everyone feels empowered, included, valued and proud.
- Compassion - we aim to understand every perspective, to consider everyone’s needs and to always show compassion to one another. We do everything with heart and support each other at all times.
- Integrity - we believe in honesty, trust and transparency in order to achieve valuable and lasting partnerships. We ask the difficult questions in an effort to always do right by those who often get overlooked.
Tilting the Lens is committed to the equitable inclusion of all individuals. As part of this commitment, Tilting the Lens will ensure that Disabled people are provided with reasonable accommodations. If an accommodation is needed to equitably participate in the job application or interview process, please contact email@example.com
- NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS -
The days / hours for the role will be discussed at the interview stage and agreed with the selected candidate. You may indicate your preferred work pattern or availability in your application
Remote: Candidates living in a timezone within 2+/- hours of GMT may apply
€70,000 p.a. / £60,000 p.a.
- 30 days of paid annual leave in addition to public holidays
- 5% Pension contribution
- €115 / £100 per month in wellness contribution
- €550 / £500 per year in training and development contributions
- Flexible working hours
10th of March 2023
Are you someone who...
- Is trustworthy and responsible
- Is organised, proactive, and always curious to learn
- Enjoys communicating both internally and externally to help build strong relationships
- Has a natural drive and interest in working with accessibility
- Is confident with Microsoft Apps (Powerpoint, Word and Excel, Teams), Zoom and Google Tools (Drive, Calendar, Meet)
- Enjoys problem solving and using initiative to complete tasks
- Has knowledge of data analysis and research techniques
- Has experience in developing detailed proposals and plans
- Has experience of managing multiple projects and stakeholders simultaneously
- Is eager to help promote a company culture that encourages development and empathy
- Proven experience as an accessibility or disability consultant is an advantage
- IAAP CPACC or CPACC and WAS certification is an advantage
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Analyse client requirements to develop proposal, scope of work and budgets that meet client expectations and internal ambitions at the same time
- Conduct accessibility audits and assessments of digital content, brands, recruitment processes, buildings, facilities and more
- Use interviews, focus groups, surveys and other primary research to collect necessary data
- Undertake secondary research to add to reports, blueprints and other company and client documentation
- Understand and apply knowledge of accessibility laws, regulations, guidelines, and standards
- Provide guidance and consulting to clients to meet accessibility standards and define best practices
- Assist clients with the development and implementation of accessibility policies and procedures
- Effectively communicate both orally and in written form. Prepare and present findings and recommendations for improving accessibility
- Conduct training sessions / workshops with clients (may require travel) on disability awareness and accommodation of those with disabilities
- Assist in the planning and execution of various events
- Project manage the delivery of client work by coordinating staffing and other resources
- Activate the Disabled community, through collaboration with clients, ensuring that lived experience is at the centre of everything we do
- Take an active role in contributing towards TTL’s social media presence
We hire based on talent and values, and believe in transferable skills. We are committed to training all our team members and believe we all learn on the job. However, for this role, we particularly encourage those who identify as Disabled, who have a lived experience of disability, and/or have experience in a similar role to apply.