Our qualified and experienced staff are supported by the Enthum Foundation Management and Trustees. The staff team includes Enthum House Manager, Therapeutic Support Workers and Waking Night Shift Staff as well as a rota of healthcare professionals, teachers, volunteers and mentors.
Our ethos and philosophy embody the Children’s Act 1989, the Children’s (Leaving Care) Act 2000, the Human Rights Act and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. This ensures that the right to express views, right to freedom from discrimination and inhumane treatment is upheld and access to information, education and healthcare are paramount.
As such, all our staff and associates are required
to challenge injustice and inequality in whatever form it takes. This includes consideration of their own actions and those of their work colleagues. We are committed to modelling a policy of non-violent communication, conflict resolution and personal integrity at all times.
All staff, young people and visitors are expected
to respect individuals regardless of age, race, background, religion, ethnicity, gender, sexuality or disability.
In turn this will support young people to learn and develop skills to express and regulate complex emotions and solve interpersonal conflicts constructively.
We are committed to continuous staff development and supervision. We offer relevant and frequent training opportunities as part of our staff annual personal development reviews (PDR).
If you are interested in joining our dynamic Enthum House team please get in touch or send your CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org