Social Workers

A Sussex-based Local Authority is looking for Social Worker to join their Children's Safeguarding Team based in Worthing.

This is a full time, permanent postition.

As the ideal Social Worker will need experience within an Children's social work service and 2 years post qualified experience.
This authority offers small practice teams of Social Workers managed by a Team Manager and supported by Child & Family Workers as well as additional flexible administrative support from Coordinators embedded within the service.
They provide regular group supervision and peer learning alongside specialist roles within the team to focus on the most vulnerable children.
Benefits for you as the Social Worker:

29 Days Annual leave
5 BPD / training days
Option to buy extra holiday
Career Progression Scheme
Relocation Scheme
Additional Benefits

Your responsibilities as the Social Worker:

Undertake direct work with Children
Long term children protection intervention
Be able to evidence an understanding of a the child’s lived experience
Strong links with partners to ensure the right service is provided

Requirements of you as the Social Worker:

A recognised Social Work qualification (Degree/DipSW/CQSW)
A valid registration with Social Work England
Significant experience of working within Children and Families Teams
Experience of working within a children's social work team / service
Must hold a full UK Driving Licence

Location: West Sussex (Worthing)
Salary: up to £53,000 per annum
Please follow the instructions on this website, or alternatively contact Tom McKenna on 07581 031 100 or email for further details and please do be sure to leave your contact details
If this role is not what you are looking for, but you are looking to make a move within Social Work, get in touch, as we have many other opportunities!

  • Location: West Sussex, England
  • Salary: £39800 - £52400 per annum + Excellent training and development
  • Type: Permanent
  • Recruiter: Charles Hunter Associates
  • Posted: 04-Aug-2023
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