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Our team is continually growing and we’re always on the lookout for people with a passion for accessibility and inclusion.
If that’s you, get in touch

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Why work for Dig Inclusion?
  • At Dig Inclusion we're an equal opportunities employer, we're fully committed and signed up to being a Disability confident employer. If you do have a disability, you don't have to tell us, but we're more than happy to ensure any reasonable adjustments are in place to support you through recruitment and into employment.
  • We're also big on family, so if flexible working is what you need we're open to that.
  • We're based all over the UK so whilst jobs are home based the majority do involve an element of travel.
  • We're think we're pretty generous with our other perks, from a 5% pension contribution, salary sacrifice schemes and holiday allowance, As a minimum we pay the real living wage as well as a friendly, supportive work environment.
At Dig Inclusion we're more interested in getting the right people so if there's a barrier in the way, let us know and we'll do whatever we can so our team is built on talent, the best people to deliver fantastic customer service and who are committed to making the internet a better place for everyone.

Developer

We're looking for a developer to support us with some internal projects. This is a temporary role for 6 months.

  • You would need experience of Javascript development, nodeJS and mongoDB as well as knowledge of the WCAG 2.1 guidelines
  • This is a home based role, we're looking for the best person and as we're based all over the UK ourselves your office is wherever you are.
  • Please apply by sending your CV, a covering letter and ideally 2 examples of projects you have worked on to hello@diginclusion.com
  • Closing date 5pm 28th February 2020
Have any questions? Don’t see a job that fits you, but you believe you'd be great at Dig Inclusion? Email us at hello@diginclusion.com

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