Once-a-Week Job Search Roundup

Here’s a list of potential jobs that explicitly seek people with disabilities/disabled people, or are explicitly invited to apply, that have come across my desk this week.

Please note: I have no knowledge of these jobs, don’t endorse them, and can tell you nothing about them.

European Network on Independent Living (Policy) Intern Dublin, Ireland: “In conjunction with the support offered to ENIL by the intern, the primary purpose of the Policy Internship is to give applicants an opportunity to learn about equality, community development, programs, policies, and practices first-hand. By the end of the internship, the intern will have been supported to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to work in and contribute to the community/voluntary sector in the future.”

Support to the Disability and Rehabilitation Department of the Ministry of Public Health in Afghanistan “To support the MoPH in its stewardship role of fostering policies and strategies for equal opportunities and full participation of children, women and men with disabilities in the process of the reconstruction of Afghanistan.”

If you know jobs that should be included in this round-up, please email us at admin at disabledfeminists dot com.

By 21 June, 2010.    job roundup   



2 Comments

  1. Thank you for this. One of my big worries right now is what will happen in a year when I finish university and start looking for a job. I spend so much time worrying about my disability making me ineligible for jobs, it’s nice to see the opposite for once.

  2. I’m sure you post all of the jobs you can find, but I’ll ask this anyway. Have you found any jobs in the U.S.?