Last updated on 31 December 2019
Leeds City Council is committed to making our websites accessible. We want as many people as possible to be able to use this website.
This means you should be able to:
We’ve also made the website text as simple as possible to understand.
AbilityNet has advice on making your device easier to use if you have a disability.
We know some parts of this website aren’t fully accessible, for example:
We're working to improve the accessibility of our website, but if there's anything which you'd like us to prioritise please email us and let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ll consider your request and get back to you in three working days.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission is responsible for enforcing the accessibility regulations for the council and other public sector bodies. If you’re not happy with our response, contact the Equality Advisory and Support Service.
This website is partially compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.1 AA standard, due to the non-compliances listed below.
The below are technical issues relating to the sharepoint platform this site has been built on. Leeds City Council has begun the process of a platform change and this site will be migrated when it has been decided.
Duplicate ID's can break the accessibility of labels for forms, table header cells, etc., by the second instance being skipped by screen readers, or by client-side scripts.
Some people with low vision experience low contrast, meaning that there aren't very many bright or dark areas. Everything tends to appear about the same brightness, which makes it hard to distinguish outlines, borders, edges, and details. Text that is too close in luminance (brightness) to the background can be hard to read.
Specifying a accesskey attribute value for some part of a document allows users to quickly activate or move the focus to a specific element by pressing the specified key (usually in combination with the alt key). Duplicating accesskey values creates unexpected effects that ultimately make the page less accessible.
It is unnecessary and potentially confusing to have alternative text for a link or image to be repeated in text adjacent to the link or image since it would be read twice by a screen reader.
landmark-unique is a new best practice rule ensures that landmarks have a unique role or accessible name (i.e. role, label, title) combination.
Navigating a web page is far simpler for screen reader users if the content splits between multiple high-level sections. Content outside of sections is difficult to find, and the content's purpose may be unclear.
Cornerstone OnDemand enlists the help of DAC, leaders in compliance, to satisfy WCAG 2.1 and accessibility standards and any VPAT requests.
Please find the audit for the recruitment section.
To advertise a job vacancy with us, call 0113 378 5216
If you have any questions about vacancies, contact our recruitment team on 0113 378 5165 or email email@example.com.
If your question is about a vacancy within a school, charity or other non-profit organisation vacancies, please contact them directly.