The John Lewis Partnership is committed to creating a culture of inclusion
We’re committed to treating all our job applicants fairly and with respect, irrespective of their actual or assumed background, disability or any other protected characteristic.
If you have a disability, a learning difficulty such as dyslexia, a medical condition or individual need – which you believe may affect your performance in selection, we’ll be happy to make adjustments to our processes to enable you to perform at your best.
We would like to do as much as we can to support you with completing your application. An application process could involve elements of the following:
Online tests, interview, group exercise, individual exercise, and depending on the role, these may involve reading, writing, using a computer, analysing and interpreting information, group discussions, role play and presenting.
If you would like support with your application or need adjustments made to the interview process, please answer ‘yes’ to the question ‘if you are invited to attend an interview, do you have any special requirements/adjustments’ in the ‘Further questions’ section of the application form. Please then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and include ‘Reasonable adjustments’ in the title of your email and include the following (if possible and relevant):
- If your question relates to a role which is advertised on the website, please include the vacancy name and vacancy number in your email.
- If your question relates to an application you have made, please include your applicant number in the email.
Alternatively, please call 03456 100 328 if you would prefer to talk to us.
We are proud to have achieved Disability Confident Leader status, the highest level in the Disability Confident campaign led by the Department of Work and Pensions. We are passionate about continuously reviewing our recruitment and employment practices to ensure that the Partnership is an open, diverse, accessible and inclusive place to work.
If you have a disability or would like some help with your application you may find these links useful.
Matching employers who value diversity with talented disabled candidates. A not-for-profit social enterprise, which was formed to help disabled jobseekers find work with employers who will value their skills. Disabled jobseekers can be confident that employers who have chosen to place their vacancies on this site are serious about looking beyond their disabilities to identify what skills they have to offer.
You can visit their website www.evenbreak.co.uk or telephone 0845 658 5717.
Jobcentre Plus works with unemployed people and major national employers to deliver positive outcomes. They can support young people to find work experience opportunities with major employers and signpost them to employability programmes. Support is on offer to unemployed people to help them find a job. You can register on www.gov.uk/jobsearch and search for jobs online or by phone calling 0845 606 0234.
You can find lots of other resources online to help unemployed people get back to work. This might be advice on writing a CV, planning a career, help with childcare, or how to become self-employed. If you have a disability and have a textphone because you have a speech or hearing impairment, and are looking for work then call 0845 605 5255.
Remploy believes that work is a key element of an independent and fulfilling life and that everyone has skills and abilities to offer. They work extensively with people to help them to identify, develop and make the most of those abilities.
To achieve this goal, their Employment Services support disabled people and those experiencing complex barriers to work in mainstream employment. They have a network of more than 64 town and city centre branches and offices and a comprehensive range of tailored support services provided through them.
You can visit their website at www.remploy.co.uk or telephone 0300 456 8110.
The number one job and community site for professional working mothers.
Working Mums work with hundreds of employers and have a large database of professional women seeking work in a wide variety of fields. Candidates register for free and can file their CVs.
You can visit their website by clicking on www.workingmums.co.uk or telephone 020 8432 6094.
Stonewall campaigns for the equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people across Britain.
You can visit their website by at www.stonewall.org.uk.
Helps employers looking to promote a positive and diverse working environment, and those looking for jobs in an equal opportunities workplace
You can visit their website at www.diversityjobs.co.uk
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John Lewis Partnership is committed to providing access to jlpjobs.com to as many visitors as possible. To meet this commitment, this website adheres as closely as possible to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines published by the W3C (http://www.w3.org/WAI/) and the UK Government’s guidelines in the Disability Discrimination Act (1995).
John Lewis Partnership continually strives to achieve compliance at AA level where possible and the website has been designed to work on all devices (smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktops) and modern browsers with it being responsive in nature.
South East England
£8.20 - £9.43. The pay range for this role will increase to: £8.40 - £10.00 from 1 April
Closing Date: 1/4/2019
£40,200 - £58,800 (The pay range for this role will increase to: £41,000 to £59,600 from 1 April)
Closing Date: 31/3/2019
£66,000 - £98,500 (The pay range for this role will increase to: £69,000 to £98,500 from 1 April)
Closing Date: 31/3/2019