All CESS Disability Services Staff must reflect the ethos, vision, purpose & values of the organisation. Therefore, CESS Disability Services is committed to :
- equal opportunity in employment
- Providing a work environment that is free from harassment and discrimination.
- Attracting and recruiting the best possible candidates for available positions. The sole basis for staff recruitment and selection is merit in meeting the right criteria – qualifications, skills, knowledge, right attitude and a passion for caring.
National Police Clearance & and Working with Children Checks for all positions that provide direct care to children and young people aged less than 18 years are a key strategy in safeguarding CESS Disability Services and its clients from potential staff who have been convicted of criminal offences that may present risks to the organisation and its clients.
In addition to this, Direct Worker Exclusion Checks (DWES) are also conducted.
A criminal record might not automatically preclude acceptance for a position at CESS Disability Services, either paid or voluntary, but the record must be disclosed. Failure to disclose a record, or a charge that has been laid since employment commenced, constitutes serious misconduct and will be dealt with according to CESS Disability Services Staff Misconduct and Discipline Policy
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