Communities and Justice

DCJ - A Disability Confident Recruiter

Did you know that the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) NSW is a disability confident recruiter? Watch this video to learn what this means and how it can help you.


(Upbeat music)

(Female and male office worker standing outside an office building.)

Narrator: Did you know that DCJ is a Disability Confident Recruiter?

(Candidate with their service dog, browsing the Careers at DCJ website.)

Narrator: DCJ has had the ability to provide an inclusive, accessible recruitment experience since 2020.

(Group of diverse people.)

Narrator: We live our values in how we work together, striving to achieve a respectful, safe and inclusive workplace where everyone’s diverse contributions and cultures are valued.

(DCJ employee welcoming a candidate with their service dog.)

Narrator: What does this mean for candidates participating in a DCJ recruitment process?

(Candidate in a wheelchair waiting for an interview.)

Narrator: As a candidate, it means a simpler application process with access to fair and confidential support when required.

(Candidate applying for a job on the jobs.dcj website.)

Narrator: So you can apply for roles more easily, have confidence that you will be treated fairly during the assessment process, and be provided with ongoing support from submitting an application to becoming a DCJ employee.

(Candidate accepting a job at DCJ.)

Narrator: We offer so many opportunities across our varied workforce, bringing multiple different career journeys and ongoing learning.

Narrator: DCJ is one of the largest employers in NSW, supporting safe and secure, just, resilient and inclusive communities.

(Map of New South Wales and the areas DCJ cover.)

Narrator: If you want to know more, or if we can assist you in any way, contact us today.

(Group of diverse DCJ employees.)

(Animated NSW government logo appears and music ends)

Last updated:

13 Dec 2023