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Case Progression Manager - Safeguarding and Support

Job Type:
Social Work
Children and Families Services, Child Protection, Children In Need
Team Manager
East Midlands
Northampton, Northamptonshire
£55,654 to £55,654 per annum
Salary Description:
Up to £55654 per annum
Job Ref:

Case Progression Manager - Safeguarding and Support - Northamptonshire - Up to £55,654.00 per annum

We are currently looking for a highly qualified Case Progression Manager (Social Work qualified) to join a Safeguarding and Support Team based in Northamptonshire.

The successful Case Progression Manager will lead, manage and direct a Case Progression Team, to ensure that all possible steps are explored and taken into account when looking to safeguard children and young people as part of the legal intervention process.

Benefits of this Case Progression Manager role include:

* Supportive team environments, flexible and family working arrangements
* Generous annual leave allowance (up to 40 days) and local government pension scheme
* Up to £4,000 recruitment bonus
* Up to £8,000 towards relocation
* Flexible working
* Option to purchase additional 5 weeks holiday per year
* Occupational maternity leaves additional 12 weeks at up to 50% of salary
* Employee discounts
* 26 Days holidays with extra days gained with longer service

Responsibilities of this Case Progression Manager role include:

* To improve outcomes for children and young people who are deemed to be in need of protection from significant harm (as defined by the 1989 Children Act)
* To ensure all possible steps are taken in reducing the delay in the child or young person's journey from the outset of legal intervention to the possible entrance to care and any required court proceedings
* To ensure the implementation of the Public Law Outline, wider Family Justice System Reforms County wide across Children's Services, and ensure ongoing performance management and improvement within Public and Private Law cases
* To contribute to and be responsible for the driving forward of initiatives which will build on the strengths of Children's Services and improve the reputation of the service with relevant stakeholders. This will ensure continuous service improvements can be clearly evidenced and effective costs savings can be identified for the service

Essential requirements of this Senior Social Worker role include:

* You will need a relevant social work qualification and Social Work England registration
* Legal right to work in the UK
* Qualified as a social worker

For more information please contact

Contact Details:
Tel: 02038784727
Contact: Kieran Wright

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