The Clean Energy Regulator is committed to supporting the employment and career development of people with disability. Our participation in the APS RecruitAbility scheme means we will progress and applicant with a disability to a further stage in the recruitment process, where they opt into the scheme and meet the minimum requirements for the position.
You will be asked to indicate if you wish to opt into the RecruitAbility scheme in the Diversity section of the application form. You must tick the “opt in” box to participate in the scheme. Simply declaring that you have a disability will not automatically include you in the scheme.
We provide reasonable adjustments such as access, equipment or other practical support at relevant stages of the recruitment process. Please contact the Contact Officer listed on the job information to discuss further.
Details about RecruitAbility scheme can be found at the
Australian Public Service Commission’s website.
For the purposes of the scheme, ‘disability’ is: A limitation, restriction or impairment which has lasted, or is likely to last, for at least six months and restricts everyday activities.
The two parts of the definition are the presence of a limitation, restriction or impairment, which restricts everyday activities; and the expected longevity of the condition (six months or more). This also includes episodic conditions.
The definition covers many types of disability. You do not need evidence of your disability to opt into the scheme, but you are making a declaration to the APS that you meet the definition.
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