Warwickshire County Council
The team at Warwickshire prioritises staff welfare:
Regular staff feedback surveys to continuously improve and adapt
Staff Wellbeing and Volunteering Day – an additional day away from work to undertake an activity to promote your own wellbeing
Flexible working arrangements, with practitioners working an average of two days per week in the office
Provision of high-end technology such as a smartphone and a Microsoft Surface Pro
Training & development
The council offers fantastic training and development:
Workshops, presentation, and training event days
To equip all staff with learning tools to help deal with their roles
Genuine development and progression opportunities, with many senior figures having started in frontline work at the Council.
Life at Warwickshire County Council…
What makes Warwickshire a great place to work? Hear why from the team at WCC, from their frontline social workers through to the assistant director of children and families services.
If you’re a children’s social worker looking for a rewarding permanent role, get in touch today and we’ll talk you through the exciting vacancies on offer at Warwickshire.