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Fostering Panel Advisor

Job Type:
Permanent
Sector:
Social Work
Category:
Fostering
Seniority:
Social Worker
Region:
South East
Location:
Slough, Berkshire
Salary:
£49,308 to £54,317 per annum
Salary Description:
£49308 - £54317 per annum + pro rata
Posted:
07/10/2021
Job Ref:
KW-140033

Fostering Panel Advisor - Slough - £49,308 - £54, 317 pro rata

Working hours: 29 per week

An exciting opportunity has become available to join Slough Children First as the Panel Advisor in a permanent role working 29 hours per week.

You'll ensure panel members are appraised regularly, supporting the chair and agency decision maker in effectively fulfilling their roles and facilitating regular training.

The successful candidate will be social work qualified, excellent knowledge and application of the relevant legal frameworks, regulations and fostering national minimum standards.

The benefits of this Fostering Panel Advisor role:

* Training and development opportunities
* Agile working supported by technology
* Flexible working policies
* Friendly working environment and great colleagues.

Duties as a Fostering Panel Advisor:

* You'll manage SCF fostering panels, with some work for the Adoption panel
* You'll develop and implement management and quality assurance frameworks
* Promote service improvement
* Achieve good inspection outcomes with regard to panel business and contribute towards high quality placements for children
* You'll ensure panel members are appraised regularly, supporting the chair and agency decision maker in effectively fulfilling their roles and facilitating regular training

Essential requirements of this Fostering Panel Advisor role:

* Qualified Social Worker with extensive post qualified experience
* Registration with Social Work England
* Relevant fostering work experience
* Excellent knowledge and application of the relevant legal frameworks, regulations and fostering national minimum standards
* Proven experience of the successful management of staff/panel members, including the resolution of conflicting interests and priorities
* The legal right to work in the UK

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Contact Details:
Tel: 0203 878 4727
Contact: Kieran Wright

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