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Do I have to have disability to apply for jobs?
The beauty of our job site is that it has been designed and built to provide equitable access to employment for people with disability. Our candidates should be people with disability who are looking for jobs with inclusive employers.
Do I have to provide proof of my disability?
No, we rely on an honesty system. We expect our community at the Field to represent themselves authentically and do not require our users to disclose their disability.
How can I get help to set up my profile/apply for jobs?
Why aren’t I getting any relevant job matches?
To make our matching AI as accurate as possible, it needs information from you! Adding details to your profile like your role and accessibility preferences will help connect you with more relevant jobs. The more information you include on your profile, the better your job matches will be.
Do I need an account to search for jobs on the Field?
If you’re just happy browsing, you can search for jobs without having an account on the Field. You will need to register and log in to apply for jobs, save jobs for later, or to follow an organisation’s profile.
It says my email is already in use, but I haven’t created a profile, what do I do?
If you try to register and it says your email is already in use, but you don’t have an account, our Customer Support team are here to help. Get in touch via helpdesk chat, over the phone on (03) 9830 0190, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are the inclusive badges on a company profile?
Inclusive badges are signs of an organisation’s commitment to disability-inclusive employment. How a company earns a badge depends on the badge itself.
At the moment, there are five badges you might find displayed on a company’s profile. These include:
- Defining Disability and Inclusion
- Disability-Inclusive Communication
- Disability-Inclusive Recruitment
- Disability-Inclusive Interviewing
- First on Field
To earn the first four badges, a member of the company has to complete a learning workshop, curated by the Field, and designed to increase the organisation’s understanding of disability and inclusion. The First on Field badge is assigned by the Field team to the first organisations to join the Field, as recognition of their early commitment to working with our job site to level up employment opportunities for people with disability.