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Children's Social Worker

Apply 2020-06-03 06:00:08 1970-01-01 Caritas Recruitment

Children's Social Worker

Date posted: June 3, 2020
28.00 Hourly
Somerset, England
Temporary
Job description

Wanted: A team player with degree-level qualifications, HCPC registration and a background in social work.

As part of our South West-based team, you'll be responsible for ensuring a high standard and consistency of care for vulnerable children.

Our focus is firmly on creating full and independent lifestyles for vulnerable individuals. We would like to invite applications for this vacancy from candidates who share our values and passion for supporting children in need.

As a team, we are involved in interviewing and assessing the situations of vulnerable children and their families/carers. We write reports, make recommendations and, if required, intervene directly to ensure a high standard of care is always available.

Starting on 08/06/2020, this role will also take responsibility for stakeholder liaison as well as
Your informed approach and excellent interpersonal skills will enable you to prepare comprehensive reports and provide evidence in court, if required, to support any recommendations.

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