Current Tumblewood Vacancies:
There are currently no vacancies for Therapeutic Care Workers, however should you wish to submit your CV for consideration, please send to e-mail to Karen.Briddon@tumblewood.org
Therapeutic Care Worker Job Description
Please download an application form here to apply for any Tumblewood vacancy.
Please note if there are relevant issues arising with references that we may apply for prior to interview with short listed candidates, the issues will be taken up at interview. Short listed candidates will be assessed on certain areas of safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people during the interview process. The work that we do at Tumblewood is classed as "Regulated Activity". We will therefore obtain an Enhanced Disclosure statement from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) for successful candidates. For additional information, please contact the DBS Information Line 0870 909 0811 or go to their website www.gov.uk/dbs-update-service There is careful selection and vetting of all staff working at Tumblewood, due to the nature of our work with children in order to prevent unsuitable people from having the opportunity to harm children. Tumblewood is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Tumblewood seeks to recruit the right people to ensure it thrives as a business, provides excellent services and is an employer choice. Tumblewood considers the recruitment and vetting of staff to be fundamental to the protection and promotion of young people's welfare and ensures Tumblewood has the right staff composition and competencies to achieve the aims and values of the organisation. It is the responsibility of all members of staff and associated individuals at Tumblewood to recognise and assume their individual responsibility to exercise particular care, vigilance and energy in our approach to safeguard and promote the welfare of all young people at Tumblewood. All those who are involved with young people should be particularly mindful of their vulnerability and be responsive to any concerns, which emerge about their care. Our practice guidelines are in line with Government guidance reflecting on Wiltshire Safeguarding Children's Board procedures and guidance, together with the multi-agency protocol "Working Together to Safeguard Children 2015" Please also see our latest Safeguarding, Whistleblowing and Safer Recruitment policies.