Advanced Practitioner – Safeguarding
Liquid Personnel are currently recruiting for an Advanced Practitioner to join a Safeguarding Team based in South London.
This is an excellent opportunity for a Senior Social Worker looking to transition into a more management-based role. The role does involve holding a small complex caseload while having some management responsibility of the team and steeping up when the manager is absent.
Benefits as a Safeguarding Advanced Practitioner:
- £3,000 Welcome Bonus
- £3,000 Market Supplement paid monthly into the salary
- 29 days annual leave, increasing to 33 days after 2 years and 35 days after 4 years with an additional day off in your birthday month
- Tailored induction programme
- Hybrid working opportunities
- Generous Local Government Pension Scheme
- Excellent learning and development offer to support your career pathway
Duties as a Safeguarding Advanced Practitioner:
- You will have a more complex caseload of Child Protection, pre-proceedings and court cases
- You will be responsible for assisting social workers to develop experience and skills in managing court work including co-working cases to assist in developing this experience.
- You will be required to deputise for the Team Leaders where needed
- You will support social workers so that their practice is effective, meets regulatory requirements, complies with statutory guidance, and learns from evidence-based interventions and innovative practice
Requirements as a Safeguarding Social Worker:
- Experience working in Child Protection, court work and permanency planning
- Social Work England registration
- Eligible to work in the UK
- Degree level or equivalent in Social Work
If this sounds like it could be the role for you then please contact Mozz Radwan on 02038573486 or Mozz.Radwan@liquidpersonnel.com
We are unable to support or accept applications from candidates who are residents within the Red or Amber list of the Code of practice for the international recruitment of health and social care personnel in England, based on the World Health Organisation (WHO) Workforce Support and Safeguard List.