Accessibility | DCJ Careers



Our website is Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Compliant. It covers a wide range of adjustments for making Web content more accessible to a wider range of people with disabilities. Our website is also accessible on desktops, laptops, tablets, and mobile devices. 

Text alternatives for non-text content

  • Short equivalents for images, including icons, buttons, and graphics
  • Brief descriptions of non-text content such as audio and video files

Captions for multimedia

  • Text transcripts and captions for video content

Content is easier to see and hear

  • Colour is not used as the only way of conveying information or identifying content
  • Default foreground and background colour combinations provide sufficient contrast
  • When users resize text up to 400% or change text spacing, no information is lost
  • Users can pause, stop, or adjust the volume of audio that is played on a website

Functionality is available from a keyboard

  • All functionality that is available by mouse is also available by keyboard
  • Keyboard focus does not get trapped in any part of the content

Users can easily navigate, find content, and determine where they are

  • Pages have clear titles and are organised using descriptive section headings
  • There is more than one way to find relevant pages within a set of web pages
  • Users are informed about their current location within a set of related pages
  • The keyboard focus is visible, and the focus order follows a meaningful sequence
  • The purpose of a link is evident, ideally even when the link is viewed on its own

Content does not cause seizures and physical reactions

  • Do not include content that flashes at particular rates and patterns
  • Provide mechanisms to switch off videos, unless they are essential