Equality And Diversity
Bristol City Council is committed to achieving excellence based on positive and constructive relationships with both the residents it serves and its employees.
Diversity is concerned with all the ways in which people differ, for example, through different styles of working, thinking and communicating with others arising from differences in age, social background, education, gender, disability, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation and so on.
By harnessing the principles of diversity, we aim to improve our reputation, relationships and business results through improved participation and decision-making.
We value and encourage diversity in our workforce, using the differences between employees to drive excellence and creativity in performance, enabling us to represent the diverse population of Bristol and to provide the very best service.
We seek to underpin our relationships with employees with values that open up the chance to develop and engage their potential, unrestricted by limitation of presumption and stereotypes.
If you feel you need additional support or help with the application form and/or the interview process, please contact us on 0117 352 1400.
Bristol City Council is committed to equality legislation and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. For further information on Bristol City Council equalities, see www.bristol.gov.uk/equalities
Summary of Equalities Policy
Disability: Disabled job applicants, who meet all the essential criteria on the employee specification for each job applied for, are guaranteed an interview. Access requirements will be met at interview.
Please note that individual schools are not necessarily holders of the two tick symbol.
Bristol City Council is Positive about Disabled People.