Job posting websites geared toward job seekers with disabilities are one tool in a multi-tiered approach to disability-inclusive recruitment. They can significantly help employers demonstrate proactive, targeted disability recruitment efforts. To get started, employers may want to explore the online job boards listed below. Please note there may be fees associated with job posting.
AbilityJobs connects people with disabilities and employers. Employers must set up an account to create a company profile, post and manage job openings, and search job candidates. The cost to post is $125 for a single job posting for one month, and $175 for two months. There are also several free options to access resumes and connect with prospective candidates.
AbilityLinks.org is a free job board for people with disabilities and employers. To access the job board and post positions, you must create a user account.
The Arc is an advocacy organization that serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It also provides information on hiring people with disabilities and hosts a job board. To post jobs, you must create an account. Job postings are free once you have an account.
AUCD is a network of university-based programs that promotes policies affecting people with disabilities and their families. AUCD offers a free job board for employers interested in hiring people with disabilities. To post a job, email a one page description of the position to Gwendolyn E. Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disabled Person, Inc. is a job board for hiring people with disabilities and provides tips to employers on inclusive hiring practices. Account registration is free. The cost to post is $50 for a single job posting and $625 per month for unlimited job postings.
Diversity Jobs is a job board for hiring minority groups, including people with disabilities and veterans. You must create an online account to post a job. The cost is $225 per job posting.
Getting Hired is a job board geared towards large employers interested in hiring people with disabilities, and it offers training programs and accommodation solutions as part of its package. To access the job board and other resources, employers must sign up to become a partner. Partnership packages start at $6,000 per year.
OurAbility Connect is a job board that links people disabilities and employers. Employers can post positions and find resumes of qualified candidates by creating an account for $200 per month.
RecruitDisability.org is a job board for hiring people with disabilities. The job board partners with OneMoreWay.org, which provides information to employers interested in creating an inclusive workplace. Basic packages to post a job start at $99 per posting.
VR agencies are state and federally funded programs that help people with disabilities find, secure and retain employment. They also accept job postings from employers interested in hiring people with disabilities. To send a job posting, contact your nearest VR office.
WRP.jobs is a free job board for employers interested in hiring students and recent graduates with disabilities. Only candidates who previously participated in the Federal Government’s Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) have access to job postings. To post a job, you must fill out an online application with information on your company and the job description.
Sources for Recruiting Veterans with Disabilities
Hire Veterans is a job board for hiring veterans. Packages start at $99 per year to post jobs and access resumes.
JOFDAV is a nonprofit job board for hiring veterans with disabilities. The cost is $50 to post a single job or $625 per month for unlimited job postings.
Military.com is a resource center, forum and job board for hiring veterans. The job board is hosted by Monster and costs $53 per job posting.
NVF is an organization that provides resources to veterans and their families and offers a free job board for employers interested in hiring veterans. To post a job, you must contact the NVF administrator at email@example.com or call 310-642-0255.
The Veterans Employment Center is a federally-funded resource center and job board for hiring veterans. Employers have access to veteran profiles and can post jobs for free.
The ADA National Network is an organization that provides resources to help employers comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and adopt inclusive hiring practices. Regional ADA centers provide training and state-specific information to employers.
Bender Consulting provides recruiting support to connect employers with people with disabilities. It also offers training on disability employment strategy and accessible technology options. To contact a representative, visit the website or call 412-787-8567.
The Disability and Veterans Community Resources Directory is a database of groups and organizations that help employers find, hire and retain people with disabilities and veterans. Users may search for organizations based on region and state and have the option to download or import search results.
OneMoreWay.org is a free resource for employers interested in hiring people with disabilities. The organization offers informational seminars and a forum for connecting with other employers about inclusive hiring practices.
PEAT is an initiative that fosters collaboration and action around accessible technology in the workplace as a way to increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities. It offers a range of resources, including an Employer Guide and TalentWorks, to assist employers in ensuring their technology tools and eRecruiting platforms are accessible to all employees and job applicants.
Funded by the U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA), Ticket to Work connects employers with organizations that help in recruiting and hiring people with disabilities. For more information call 1-866-968-7842.
USBLN is a national nonprofit organization that helps business meet and exceed their goals through disability inclusion in the workplace, supply chain and marketplace. It also offers a certification program for disability-owned and service-disabled veteran-owned businesses.