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Recruitment

Would you like the opportunity to become part of the team? Do you have experience working in the childcare sector? Do you have the knowledge and the relevant qualifications?

If the answer to all of these questions is yes, then please email your CV to enquiries@thetreehouseclub.co.uk

  • Apprentice
  • Acrobat Reader icon Application Form

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club are unique settings. Offering Nursery, pre-school and out of school club for children aged 6 weeks to 11 years old, we are open from 7am until 7pm and offer our children the wonderful experiences of attending a forestry setting and learning in an outside environment.

    We are looking for apprentices to join our growing team

    Job description:

    Purpose of the job:

    You will undertake a one year level 2 childcare apprenticeship. You will be required to work five days per week within the setting and undertake structured studying in your own time. Further support will be provided by the setting and you will gain unique forestry experience as part of your role.

    You will be required to undertake at least 30 hours per week as part of the apprenticeship criteria.

    Main duties and responsibilities will include:

    • Provide support to the practitioners and senior members of staff within the setting.
    • Ensuring that you provide a high level of care and education to the children.
    • Completion of all studies on a timely basis as laid out by the apprenticeship provider.
    • Assist in the day to day activities at the setting.

    Additionally to undertake such other tasks as are reasonably required to undertake your role.

    Person specification:

    The ideal applicant will have the following skills and qualities:

    • A keen desire to learn and progress within childcare.
    • Enjoy spending time outside, regardless of the weather conditions.

    How will we evaluate you and your suitability to this role:

    • We will be looking for core GCSEs in English and Maths.
    • Previous childcare experience is favoured but not vital.

     

    Employment information:

    You will be reporting to: The setting manager

    The salary for this role will be: The applicable apprenticeship rate

    The initial length of probation will be: 3 months

    Safeguarding statement

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and takes its statutory duties and responsibilities in this context very seriously. We expect everyone working in or on behalf of the setting to share our commitment.

    We take pride in ensuring that our robust policies and procedures are reviewed regularly and implemented consistently, by everyone, as we strive to maintain a strong safeguarding working practices and culture. Annual safeguarding training is provided to all staff and is an integral part of the setting’s Continued Professional Development training. All staff, volunteers and main contractors undergo appropriate DBS checks prior to appointment.

    Safer recruitment

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club applies safer recruitment policies to ensure that all of our staff are suitable to work with children and young people. We advise you in advance that two people will be involved in your recruitment process. Both people will partake in your interview and each person will individually review all applications and paperwork to ensure that you are suitable for the role.

    Part of our safer recruitment procedure includes obtaining references for you. One of these references must be your latest employer. If you are unable to obtain a reference before the interview from your current employer then you must obtain references from the employer before that as well as one other reference.

    References from former employers are preferable over any other referee. Please note that we will need to obtain a reference from your latest employer before completing our processes for you to commence working for us.

    We are at liberty to advise you that if there are gaps in your employment history or any other information that gives us cause for concern, we will contact your former employers to obtain further information and satisfy any concerns that we have.

    Eligibility to work within the UK

    We will need to obtain evidence from you to confirm that you are eligible to work within the UK. We confirm that this information, as well as all personal information, will be held in our Staff Central Record.

     


  • Cook
  • Acrobat Reader icon Application Form

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club are unique settings. Offering both a pre-school and out of school club for children aged from 6 weeks to 11 years old, we are open from 7am until 7pm and offer our children the wonderful experiences of attending a forestry setting and learning in an outside environment.

    We are looking for an experienced cook to join our growing tea

    Job description:

    Purpose of the job:

    You will be required to undertake all activities for the children’s evening meal including food preparation, cooking and cleaning up the kitchen.

    Your working hours will be Monday to Friday from 3:30pm until 6:00pm.

    Main duties and responsibilities will include:

    • Promote a good place to work and children to attend 
    • Complete kitchen inventory and prepare food orders.
    • Maintain our environmental health standard rating of 5.
    • Health, safety and hygiene
    • Make sure all food planned is in line with allergies.
    • Follow all cleaning rotas.
    • Complete opening and closing checks of the kitchen.
    • Fill in food diary on a daily basis.
    • Fill in a file all paper work related to your role.
    • Make sure the kitchen area is kept up to high level of health and safety standards.
    • Gain a clear and up to date knowledge of policy and procedures to adhere to.
    • Promote child well being
    • Update menus on a termly basis, in line with season and children’s tastes.

    Additionally to undertake such other tasks as are reasonably required to undertake the cook’s role.

    Person specification:

    The ideal applicant will have the following skills and qualities:

    • At least one year of cook experience at a setting within a nursery or at a school.

    How will we evaluate you and your suitability to this role:

    • We will be looking for you to demonstrate relevant experience at your interview.
    • You will have the suitable skills and qualifications, with food safety and hygiene certificates.

    Employment information:

    You will be reporting to: The setting manager

    The salary for this role will be:  £8.00 per hour

    The initial length of probation will be:  3 months

    Safeguarding statement

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and takes its statutory duties and responsibilities in this context very seriously. We expect everyone working in or on behalf of the setting to share our commitment.

    We take pride in ensuring that our robust policies and procedures are reviewed regularly and implemented consistently, by everyone, as we strive to maintain a strong safeguarding working practices and culture. Annual safeguarding training is provided to all staff and is an integral part of the setting’s Continued Professional Development training. All staff, volunteers and main contractors undergo appropriate DBS checks prior to appointment.

    Safer recruitment

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club applies safer recruitment policies to ensure that all of our staff are suitable to work with children and young people. We advise you in advance that two people will be involved in your recruitment process. Both people will partake in your interview and each person will individually review all applications and paperwork to ensure that you are suitable for the role.

    Part of our safer recruitment procedure includes obtaining references for you. One of these references must be your latest employer. If you are unable to obtain a reference before the interview from your current employer then you must obtain references from the employer before that as well as one other reference.

    References from former employers are preferable over any other referee. Please note that we will need to obtain a reference from your latest employer before completing our processes for you to commence working for us.

    We are at liberty to advise you that if there are gaps in your employment history or any other information that gives us cause for concern, we will contact your former employers to obtain further information and satisfy any concerns that we have.

    Eligibility to work within the UK

    We will need to obtain evidence from you to confirm that you are eligible to work within the UK. We confirm that this information, as well as all personal information, will be held in our Staff Central Record.

     


  • Mini Bus driver
  • Acrobat Reader icon Application Form

    The Treehouse Nursery Pre-School and Out of School Club is a unique setting based in Norsey Woods, Billericay. Offering both a pre-school and out of school club for children aged from 2 to 11 years old, we are open from 7am until 7pm and offer our children the wonderful experiences of attending a forestry setting and learning in an outside environment.

    We are looking for an Out of School Club driver to join our growing team

    Job description: Mini bus driver

    Purpose of the job:

    To assist with our Out of School Club taking the children to school in the morning and collecting them from school in the afternoon.

    Main duties and responsibilities will include:

    • Taking the children to school in the morning run using one of our mini-buses, waiting with the children until they go in to school and then dropping the mini-bus back to its parking spot.
    • In the morning you will be required to work between 8:00am and 9:00am.
    • Collecting the bus in the afternoon, picking up support team from the main setting and then picking the children up from school.
    • In the afternoon you will be required to work between 3:00pm and 4:00pm.

    Person specification:

    The ideal applicant will have the following skills and qualities:

    • Experience in driving a mini-bus / larger commercial vehicle during busy local traffic.
    • Ideally experience with children, but this is not essential.
    • A clean driving licence.

    How will we evaluate you and your suitability to this role:

    • You must have the suitable driving licence for a 17 seat mini-bus
    • You must have relevant driving experience

    Employment information:

    You will be reporting to: The management team

    The salary for this role will be: £9.00 per hour

    The initial length of probation will be: 3 months

    Safeguarding statement

    The Treehouse club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and takes its statutory duties and responsibilities in this context very seriously. We expect everyone working in or on behalf of the setting to share our commitment.

    We take pride in ensuring that our robust policies and procedures are reviewed regularly and implemented consistently, by everyone, as we strive to maintain a strong safeguarding working practices and culture. Annual safeguarding training is provided to all staff and is an integral part of the setting’s Continued Professional Development training. All staff, volunteers and main contractors undergo appropriate DBS checks prior to appointment.

    Safer recruitment

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club applies safer recruitment policies to ensure that all of our staff are suitable to work with children and young people. We advise you in advance that two people will be involved in your recruitment process. Both people will partake in your interview and each person will individually review all applications and paperwork to ensure that you are suitable for the role.

    Part of our safer recruitment procedure includes obtaining references for you. One of these references must be your latest employer. If you are unable to obtain a reference before the interview from your current employer then you must obtain references from the employer before that as well as one other reference.

    References from former employers are preferable over any other referee. Please note that we will need to obtain a reference from your latest employer before completing our processes for you to commence working for us.

    We are at liberty to advise you that if there are gaps in your employment history or any other information that gives us cause for concern, we will contact your former employers to obtain further information and satisfy any concerns that we have.

    Eligibility to work within the UK

    We will need to obtain evidence from you to confirm that you are eligible to work within the UK. We confirm that this information, as well as all personal information, will be held in our Staff Central Record.

     


  • Out of School Club Manager
  • Acrobat Reader icon Application Form

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club are unique settings. Offering both a pre-school and out of school club for children aged from 6 weeks to 11 years old, we are open from 7am until 7pm and offer our children the wonderful experiences of attending a forestry setting and learning in an outside environment.

    We are looking for an Out of School Club Manager to join our growing team.

    Job description:

    Purpose of the job:

    You will be assigned as the manager of our out of school club. Co-ordinating two separate rooms with segregated age groups, you will be leading our out of school club team to provide a mix of indoor and outdoor sessions for all of our children. Our out of school club operates before and after our pre-school from 7am until 9am and then from 3:30pm until 7:00pm.

    Main duties and responsibilities will include:

    • Co-ordinating the planning across all age groups and rooms.
    • Managing a team of staff including qualified practitioners and apprentices.
    • Planning the school drop off and collection rotas.
    • Ensuring that the club is opened and closed efficiently.
    • Providing a role model to the team to developing them to provide a high level of childcare and education.

    Person specification:

    The ideal applicant will have the following skills and qualities:

    • At least three years of Out of School Club managerial experience
    • Strong team managerial skills and a proven track record of team management.
    • Experience of running at least a 30 child setting.

    How will we evaluate you and your suitability to this role:

    • We will be looking for you to demonstrate relevant experience across a strong out of school club career.
    • You will have the suitable skills and qualifications, with at least a level 3 in childcare.

    Employment information:

    You will be reporting to: The Setting Manager

    The salary for this role will be:  £negotiable for the right candidate

    The initial length of probation will be: 3 months

    Safeguarding statement

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and takes its statutory duties and responsibilities in this context very seriously. We expect everyone working in or on behalf of the setting to share our commitment.

    We take pride in ensuring that our robust policies and procedures are reviewed regularly and implemented consistently, by everyone, as we strive to maintain a strong safeguarding working practices and culture. Annual safeguarding training is provided to all staff and is an integral part of the setting’s Continued Professional Development training. All staff, volunteers and main contractors undergo appropriate DBS checks prior to appointment.

    Safer recruitment

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club applies safer recruitment policies to ensure that all of our staff are suitable to work with children and young people. We advise you in advance that two people will be involved in your recruitment process. Both people will partake in your interview and each person will individually review all applications and paperwork to ensure that you are suitable for the role.

    Part of our safer recruitment procedure includes obtaining references for you. One of these references must be your latest employer. If you are unable to obtain a reference before the interview from your current employer then you must obtain references from the employer before that as well as one other reference.

    References from former employers are preferable over any other referee. Please note that we will need to obtain a reference from your latest employer before completing our processes for you to commence working for us.

    We are at liberty to advise you that if there are gaps in your employment history or any other information that gives us cause for concern, we will contact your former employers to obtain further information and satisfy any concerns that we have.

    Eligibility to work within the UK

    We will need to obtain evidence from you to confirm that you are eligible to work within the UK. We confirm that this information, as well as all personal information, will be held in our Staff Central Record.

     


  • Practitioner
  • Acrobat Reader icon Application Form

    The Treehouse Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club is a unique setting based in Norsey Woods, Billericay. Offering Nursery, pre-school and out of school club for children aged 6 weeks to 11 years old, we are open from 7am until 7pm and offer our children the wonderful experiences of attending a forestry setting and learning in an outside environment.

    We are looking for an experienced Practitioner to join our growing team

    Job description:

    Purpose of the job:

    You will form part of the setting team, having responsibility to act as a keyworker for a small group of children. Undertaking both traditional and outdoor forestry education, you will be expected to provide a high level of education to the children at all times with the support of our forestry leaders.

    Your working hours will be Monday to Friday from 7:00am until 4:00pm on the first week and then working from 12:00pm until 7:00pm the second week.

    Main duties and responsibilities will include:

    • Promote child wellbeing
    • Key children – act as key worker for allocated children.
    • Promote a great place to work for staff and children to attend
    • Gain a clear and up to date knowledge of policies and procedures to adhere to.
    • Keep up to date with changes in the curriculum and developments in best practise.
    • Attend all in service training and make sure your CPD file is kept up to date.
    • Follow the requirements and instructions of the senior staff, undertaking such tasks that are required to ensure the safe running of the setting.
    • Fill in any paperwork required for you role.
    • To attend advertising events on a rota basis.

    Additionally to undertake such other tasks as are reasonably required to undertake the practitioner’s role.

    Person specification:

    The ideal applicant will have the following skills and qualities:

    • At least two years of practitioner experience at a setting within a nursery.
    • Experience of working within at least a 30 child setting.

    How will we evaluate you and your suitability to this role:

    • We will be looking for you to demonstrate relevant experience at your interview.
    • You will have the suitable skills and qualifications, with at least a level 3 in childcare.

    Employment information:

    You will be reporting to: The setting manager

    The salary for this role will be:  £8.00 – £8.50 per hour

    The initial length of probation will be: 3 months

    Safeguarding statement

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and takes its statutory duties and responsibilities in this context very seriously. We expect everyone working in or on behalf of the setting to share our commitment.

    We take pride in ensuring that our robust policies and procedures are reviewed regularly and implemented consistently, by everyone, as we strive to maintain a strong safeguarding working practices and culture. Annual safeguarding training is provided to all staff and is an integral part of the setting’s Continued Professional Development training. All staff, volunteers and main contractors undergo appropriate DBS checks prior to appointment.

    Safer recruitment

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club applies safer recruitment policies to ensure that all of our staff are suitable to work with children and young people. We advise you in advance that two people will be involved in your recruitment process. Both people will partake in your interview and each person will individually review all applications and paperwork to ensure that you are suitable for the role.

    Part of our safer recruitment procedure includes obtaining references for you. One of these references must be your latest employer. If you are unable to obtain a reference before the interview from your current employer then you must obtain references from the employer before that as well as one other reference.

    References from former employers are preferable over any other referee. Please note that we will need to obtain a reference from your latest employer before completing our processes for you to commence working for us.

    We are at liberty to advise you that if there are gaps in your employment history or any other information that gives us cause for concern, we will contact your former employers to obtain further information and satisfy any concerns that we have.

    Eligibility to work within the UK

    We will need to obtain evidence from you to confirm that you are eligible to work within the UK. We confirm that this information, as well as all personal information, will be held in our Staff Central Record.

     


  • Senior
  • Acrobat Reader icon Application Form

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club are unique settings. Offering both a pre-school and out of school club for children aged from 6 weeks to 11 years old, we are open from 7am until 7pm and offer our children the wonderful experiences of attending a forestry setting and learning in an outside environment.

    We are looking for an experienced Room Senior to join our growing team

    Job description: Room Senior

    Purpose of the job:

    You will be one of two room seniors working jointly on a rota basis to support the setting manager. Being actively involved in the planning for the children, you will have responsibility for the setting when the manager is out and have a direct link to the Area Manager and senior management team.

    Your working hours will be Monday to Friday from 7:00am until 4:00pm on the first week and then working from 12:00pm until 7:00pm the second week.

    Main duties and responsibilities will include:

    • Promote Child wellbeing
    • Responsible as a keyworker for a number of children.
    • Complete any designated responsibilities for SECNO, ENCO and Health & Safety officer roles assigned to you
    • Management of the room
    • Deputise to the Management team as required, picking up their areas of responsibility.
    • Completion of the Monthly Working Document, as outlined by the Management team.
    • Plan with other room staff and deliver a range of activities for the children.
    • Promote a great place to work for staff and for children to attend
    • Opening and closing of room, make sure that the room is made ready for the day’s activities and closed securely at end of day.
    • Act as a role model to other staff and a point of reference for all policies and procedures.
    • Day to day smooth running of the room.
    • Undertake all aspects of practitioner work.
    • Fill in all paper work to fulfil your job role.
    • Make sure room displays and EYFS regulations are kept up to date.
    • In the unlikely event of senior staff absence to work such hours to make sure the setting is appropriately staffed and legal requirements covered.
    • To attend advertising events on a rota basis.
    • To carry out any other tasks to ensure the smooth running of the setting as advised by the management team.
    • To make sure your room and facilities used has a high level of cleanliness via a rota basis and is left ready for the next session.

    Additionally to undertake such other tasks as are reasonably required to undertake the room leader role.

    Person specification:

    The ideal applicant will have the following skills and qualities:

    • At least two years of senior position experience at a setting within a nursery.
    • Strong team work skills and a proven track record of support / deputising within management.
    • Experience of working within at least a 30 child setting.

    How will we evaluate you and your suitability to this role:

    • We will be looking for you to demonstrate relevant experience at your interview.
    • You will have the suitable skills and qualifications, with at least a level 3 in childcare.

    Employment information:

    You will be reporting to: The setting manager

    The salary for this role will be:  £8.50 – £9.00 per hour

    The initial length of probation will be: 3 months

    Safeguarding statement

    The Treehouse Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and takes its statutory duties and responsibilities in this context very seriously. We expect everyone working in or on behalf of the setting to share our commitment.

    We take pride in ensuring that our robust policies and procedures are reviewed regularly and implemented consistently, by everyone, as we strive to maintain a strong safeguarding working practices and culture. Annual safeguarding training is provided to all staff and is an integral part of the setting’s Continued Professional Development training. All staff, volunteers and main contractors undergo appropriate DBS checks prior to appointment.

    Safer recruitment

    The Treehouse Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club applies safer recruitment policies to ensure that all of our staff are suitable to work with children and young people. We advise you in advance that two people will be involved in your recruitment process. Both people will partake in your interview and each person will individually review all applications and paperwork to ensure that you are suitable for the role.

    Part of our safer recruitment procedure includes obtaining references for you. One of these references must be your latest employer. If you are unable to obtain a reference before the interview from your current employer then you must obtain references from the employer before that as well as one other reference.

    References from former employers are preferable over any other referee. Please note that we will need to obtain a reference from your latest employer before completing our processes for you to commence working for us.

    We are at liberty to advise you that if there are gaps in your employment history or any other information that gives us cause for concern, we will contact your former employers to obtain further information and satisfy any concerns that we have.

    Eligibility to work within the UK

    We will need to obtain evidence from you to confirm that you are eligible to work within the UK. We confirm that this information, as well as all personal information, will be held in our Staff Central Record.

     


  • Setting Manager
  • Acrobat Reader icon Application Form

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club are unique settings. Offering Nursery, pre-school and out of school club for children aged 6 weeks to 11 years old, we are open from 7am until 7pm and offer our children the wonderful experiences of attending a forestry setting and learning in an outside environment.

    We are looking for a qualified, experience setting manager to join our growing management team.

    Job description: Setting Manager

    Purpose of the job:

    You will be assigned as the setting manager, working from the woodland setting with the support of the director and area manager to manage both the pre-school and out of school club. 

    You will work alongside the management team working from 8.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Thursday and then from 8am until 1pm on Friday.

    Main duties and responsibilities will include:

    Compliance matters:

    • Ensure that the setting achieves the best possible Ofsted outcome through ensuring best practice and statutory requirements are undertaken achieving a minimum of a ‘Good’ Ofsted rating ensuring all paperwork needed for Ofsted is implemented and by:
    • Supporting and covering the team including deputising for other team members to ensure the setting is meeting all statutory requirements.
    • Maintaining the day to day running of the setting and reporting any aspects of concern to the area manager.
    • Ensuring that in the event of senior staff absence you work such hours to make sure that the setting is appropriately staffed and legal requirements covered.
    • Ensuring that additional roles and responsibilities, e.g. SENCO, ENCO, Health and Safety Officer, Safeguarding Officer etc, are allocated amongst the management team and suitably qualified staff members and that their roles are being actively carried out to a high standard.
    • Ensuring that the Monthly Working Document is completed and pro-active suggestions are made. Review sections completed by the staff to ensure that all areas have been satisfactorily completed

    Occupancy:

    • Ensure communication with the office to fill all vacant spaces.

    Child well-being:

    • Act as a keyworker for a number of children.
    • Complete any designated responsibilities for SECNO, ENCO assigned to you.

    Management of Staff:

    • Carry out ‘1 to 1s’ with staff.
    • Allocate key children to staff.
    • Prepare all planning for the setting, short, medium and long term, and ensure that the staff know what needs to be delivered to the children.
    • Observations are undertaken – staff to child, co-worker to co-worker and management team to staff.
    • Complete Setting Observations forms.
    • Act as a leader and role model for staff, in a supportive manner.
    • Day to day discipline of staff liaising with the area manager with serious or persistent breaches of policies and procedures.
    • To have a clear understanding of all policies and procedures and to promote and ensure that staff gain the same understanding.
    • Ensure adherence to the settings staff handbook including managing the settings disciplinary process as needed.
    • Ensure staff training is planned into the working day.
    • Ensure the cook undertakes and delivers to their job description

    Finance

    • Support the area manager in financial expenditure including allocating the budget and collection of fees.
    • Ensure any spend is within budget and authorised.

    Working with parents

    • Create and build strong, loyal relationships with parents including planning parent evenings and PTA.
    • To show new potential parents around the setting.
    • Dealing with any parent queries.
    • Promote a great place to work for staff and for children to attend through
    • Encouraging good work ethic in staff and good practise.
    • To make sure that the setting has a high level of cleanliness.
    • Promote the good name and practises of the Treehouse Club.
    • Demonstrate leadership skills and a high level of enthusiasm, loyalty and motivation as such that the setting is seen to be an enjoyable place to work.
    • Opening and closing, make sure that the setting is made ready for daily activities and closed securely at end of day.
    • To make sure that the club is being cleaned on a continual basis and being made ready for the next session.
    • To attend advertising events on a rota basis.
    • To fill in all appropriate paperwork including the Monthly Working Document.
    • To carry out any other tasks to ensure the smooth running of the setting as advised by the management team

    Additionally to undertake such other tasks as are reasonably required to undertake the deputy manager’s role.

    Person specification:

    The ideal applicant will have the following skills and qualities:

    • At least three years of setting management experience at a setting with both a pre-school and an out of school club.
    • Strong team managerial skills and a proven track record of team management.
    • Experience of running at least a 30 child setting.
    • Forestry experience desired but not essential as training will be provided.

    How will we evaluate you and your suitability to this role:

    • We will be looking for you to demonstrate relevant experience at your interview.
    • You will have the suitable skills and qualifications, with at least a level 3 in childcare, but ideally a more senior qualification.

    Employment information:

    You will be reporting to: The Area Manager and Director

    The salary for this role will be:  £25,000 – £30,000

    The initial length of probation will be: 3 months

    Safeguarding statement

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and takes its statutory duties and responsibilities in this context very seriously. We expect everyone working in or on behalf of the setting to share our commitment.

    We take pride in ensuring that our robust policies and procedures are reviewed regularly and implemented consistently, by everyone, as we strive to maintain a strong safeguarding working practices and culture. Annual safeguarding training is provided to all staff and is an integral part of the setting’s Continued Professional Development training. All staff, volunteers and main contractors undergo appropriate DBS checks prior to appointment.

    Safer recruitment

    The Treehouse Club Forestry Nursery and Out of School Club applies safer recruitment policies to ensure that all of our staff are suitable to work with children and young people. We advise you in advance that two people will be involved in your recruitment process. Both people will partake in your interview and each person will individually review all applications and paperwork to ensure that you are suitable for the role.

    Part of our safer recruitment procedure includes obtaining references for you. One of these references must be your latest employer. If you are unable to obtain a reference before the interview from your current employer then you must obtain references from the employer before that as well as one other reference.

    References from former employers are preferable over any other referee. Please note that we will need to obtain a reference from your latest employer before completing our processes for you to commence working for us.

    We are at liberty to advise you that if there are gaps in your employment history or any other information that gives us cause for concern, we will contact your former employers to obtain further information and satisfy any concerns that we have.

    Eligibility to work within the UK

    We will need to obtain evidence from you to confirm that you are eligible to work within the UK. We confirm that this information, as well as all personal information, will be held in our Staff Central Record.                  

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