What is accessibility?

Accessibility is the word we use to describe whether our website and services can be used by as many people as possible.

This includes people with disabilities, older people and people who speak a language other than English. At JobsIreland, we want our services to be as accessible as possible.

Website accessibility

We know how important it is for our website to be accessible to everyone. We follow international Web Content Accessibility Guidelines as well as accessibility guidelines from the National Disability Authority.

We promise to maintain and continually improve the accessibility of this website.


You may need to install additional software to view some documents on this website.

If you cannot open the document you want, please contact us.

External links

This website contains external links to other sites. JobsIreland is not responsible for the accessibility of external links.

Accessibility tool

You can find Accessibility Tools at the bottom of the homepage which may help you to use our website.

For example, you can change the font size, the colour of our website or the language.  


If you have difficulty accessing any parts of this website, please contact us.


Phone: 0818 111 112

Post:  JobsIreland, Department of Social Protection, Carrick Road, Edenderry, Co Offaly, Ireland R45 FR88.