All members of staff employed by the Trust have an individual responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of the children/young people and vulnerable adults that they are responsible for, or come into contact with.
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It is a condition of employment that the successful candidate obtains a satisfactory enhanced DBS Disclosure.
Here you will be able to view current vacancies, download application forms, job descriptions and person specifications.
St. Paul’s Community Development Trust will only consider applications on the St. Paul’s application form unless otherwise stated on the advert.
COMPLETING THE APPLICATION FORM
Completing the application form is the first step towards gaining employment at St Paul’s Community Development Trust.
To present yourself with the best possible chance of gaining an interview, please consider to the following guidelines: –
- Ensure your application is returned by the closing date and time specified.
- Read the Job Description and Person Specification thoroughly before you begin and demonstrate how your skills and experience match those specified ‘Essential’ in the Person Specification.
- Use examples from your lifetime experiences and achievements to demonstrate that you have the necessary skills for the post. Your experience could be from home, school, previous/current employment, voluntary work or work experience.
- Inform the people that you intend to use as referees.
Applications should be submitted electronically via the link below to BreatheHR each advert is a separate link.
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St. Paul’s Community Development Trust is committed to promoting equal opportunities. The Trustees value diversity and require their staff to be fair and to avoid any form of discrimination.
They aim to ensure equal chances for all to work, or volunteer for the Trust, and to learn, enjoy leisure, training and the Trust’s other services and facilities. In striving to achieve equality of opportunity, the Trust will seek to overcome discriminatory barriers, in line with Equalities Act 2010.