Qualified Social Work - Child Protection
Full-Time, Substantial post qualifying experience, HCPC Registered, Diploma in Social Work or equivalent Degree.
We're Medicare First, a nationwide social care recruitment provider specialising in finding qualified social work professionals for temporary and permanent work across the UKs local authorities.
We work to provide a fair and ethical service to the workers we represent; it is central to our business ethos. The well-
being of vulnerable adults and children and younger people can only be properly supported when our teams deliver on their commitment to our worker community.
Managing a defined caseload, the Social Worker is responsible for working effectively with children, young people and families / carers to achieve positive change and improved outcomes.
This includes enquiry, assessment, purposeful intervention through direct work and review in relation to Child Protection, Child in Need and Children Looked After, achieving permanency through care for Children in Care Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities.
This role reports to the Team Manager.
About the client
Our client is a forward-thinking Council who invest heavily in their Children Services and are based in North Birmingham area.
The role in the Families First department is focused on the delivery of services relating to vulnerable children and young people.
These services will be delivered against specifications set by the People Commissioning function in line with the County Council's overarching outcomes.
agency audiences as part of councils safeguarding board.
What we need from you
If you are passionate about delivering a high standard of social care and would like to work in a supportive forward-thinking environment, we would like to hear from you if you think you meet the requirements.
What you will receive from us
If you are interested, please contact Aaron Boffey on 0121 688 8220 or email aaron.boffey medicarefirst.co.uk
It is the policy of the company that no person acting on our behalf shall discriminate in any situation against another individual or group, directly or indirectly, because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion, belief, sex and sexual orientation.
Each individual is assessed on merit alone