Staff with disabilities and impairments
Parking is very limited on all of The University of Auckland's campuses, and particularly in the central city. There are a small number of mobility car parks available for students and staff who already have a CCS issued mobility card.
Staff who have permanent disabilities and require access to University disability car parking spaces must liaise directly with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Staff with temporary impairments, who require assistance with accessing University disability car parking should complete the staff with temporary disabilities car parking form.
Under the University's Equity Policy, a person with a disability will not be disadvantaged when applying for a position or in their conditions and opportunities as an employee, simply because they have a disability.
The University aims to make the facilities and opportunities on campus as accessible to staff with disabilities as possible.
In addition to the Equity Policy, the University is guided by its responsibilities under the Human Rights Act 1993 and the Design for Access and Mobility - Buildings and Associated Facilities NZS 4121: 2001.
The Human Rights Act requires the University to reasonably accommodate the needs of a person with a disability, unless this would cause unreasonable disruption, or pose a risk to health or safety. Reasonable accommodation usually includes changes to work practices or job design, modifications to equipment or premises, and training or other assistance.
Disability Services provides practical assistance and support.
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