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Social Workers - South safeguarding & ASTI Teams
  • Employer: Birmingham Children's Trust
  • Reference: BCT/19/115519
  • Published: Mon 25/11/2019, 16:55 PM
  • Closing on: Sun 15/12/2019, 23:59 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time, Weekends
  • Hours: 36.5 hours per week
  • Salary: £26,999 - £33,799 (Plus a relocation package up to £8k & additional £3k incentive payment if you have practised for 3yrs or more - T's & C's will apply)
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Lifford House, Birmingham

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Social Workers - South safeguarding & ASTI Teams

Working in the Trust gives you the opportunity to acquire a diverse set of professional experiences; and exceptional professional development.  You will have a manageable caseload, which is underpinned by strong management and support networks.  

Our size means it is possible to build your entire social work career in the Trust, experiencing every aspect of social work, thus allowing you to progress in your social work practice and in management.

Join us and you will be able to ‘do the job you came into social work to do’.   We are an independent organisation, which enables us to focus, single-mindedly on the safety and welfare of children and young people across the city.  As well as focusing on you too.

You will work within our relationship-based, strengths-orientated, family-led practice model.  We will look to you to analyse the information presented to make informed decisions.  You will complete all assessments in line with statutory requirements, as well as implementing, monitoring and reviewing children’s wellbeing within multi-agency meetings.

Our services will always be joined-up and you will develop robust partnerships with other teams and outside agencies; to include the police, health, schools and voluntary organisations.

You must have completed your Assisted Year in Employment and previously worked with vulnerable children and their families, plus statutory and voluntary organisations.

You will also need an approved social work qualification and be registered with the Health Care Profession Council. On a personal level, you will bring great communication, analytical and problem-solving skills and calmness under pressure.

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