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Experienced Social Worker CWD – Medway

Liquid Personnel is currently recruiting for an Experienced Social Worker for the Children with Disabilities service to join an Authority based in Medway

What’s in it for you as a Social Worker?

  • Retention payment of £3,000 per annum (paid annually) for a full-time appointment
  • Career progression scheme to support your pathway of professional development
  • Essential User Allowance with option to transfer to Lease Car after 6 months
  • Excellent local government pension scheme
  • Free car parking
  • Hybrid working – enabling you to work from home/office (minimum of 2 days per week will be required in the office)
  • Relocation package of up to £8,000

About the role:

You will manage a caseload within a framework of appropriate reflective supervision, undertaking focused, analytical assessments, SMART plans and reviews, ensuring all vulnerable children and young people with disabilities receive a service that reflects the Council’s commitment to child and adult safeguarding and meaningful transition into young adulthood.

What we are looking for in a Social Worker:

  • Relevant Social Work qualification
  • You will have completed your ASYE
  • You will have a full driving licence and access to a vehicle for work purposes
  • Active Social Work England registration

For further information please contact Mozz Radwan on 02038573486 or Mozz.Radwan@liquidpersonnel.com

Experienced Social Worker CWD – Medway

Job details
Sector: Adult Social Work
Location: Gillingham
Salary: £47,067 - £47,067 pa
Type: Permanent
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Experienced Social Worker CWD – Medway


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