Newcastle United Foundation Jobs
We want you to know that you can be your best self at Newcastle United Foundation, because we absolutely value everything that makes you unique. So whatever your age, race, sexuality, disability, religion, or gender identity, we recognise and celebrate our differences and we provide appropriate equality and diversity training suitable to job roles.
Interviewees are required to bring proof of ID to the first interview (valid passport OR birth certification and NI card) along with proof of right to work in the UK (if applicable). ID documents must be original, photocopies will not be accepted.
The Foundation takes safeguarding very seriously and adheres to strict guidelines, policies and procedures when recruiting staff. Where it is identified that staff may work with children and/or adults at risk of harm, it is committed to ensuring staff are vetted appropriately, as permitted by law, before their employment. Such vetting may include, but is not limited to, criminal records checks, identity checks, references and employment histories. It is also committed to ensuring staff receive appropriate safeguarding training suitable to their job role/s.
This engagement is therefore subject to attaining acceptable pre-employment checks and meeting any other condition stipulated by law. Where Criminal Records Checks are required these will be undertaken by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) on behalf of the Foundation.
"I loved my three weeks with the Foundation. The coaches were brilliant and showed me a different type of work that I could do when I leave school. I am going to start volunteering with the Foundation to build on my experience."Adam from Studio West.