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Independent Reviewing Officer/Child Protection Advisor

Independent Reviewing Officer/Child Protection Advisor – State of Jersey – Salary of £67,874 + £8,000 in bonuses your first year + Benefits

Benefits: 
– Live on the sunny island of Jersey surrounded by beaches 
– Excellent salaries and bonus schemes
– Generous annual leave entitlement
– Bonus scheme of £3,000 in your first month and £5,000 after passing probation

The role: 
 – You will be the chair of multi-agency Child protection conferences and look after children reviews. 
– You will promote the involvement and participation of children and young people, parents and carers in planning and decision making
– You will act as the Jersey designated officer as required, chairing strategy meetings and following up as necessary 
– To assist in the development of quality assurance and performance management

About you: 
– Must have extensive knowledge of social work legislations and safeguarding practices
– Must have a minimum of 2 years Independent Reviewing Officer experience
– Must be a qualified social worker and be Social Work England registered

Avoid disappointment by applying now by contacting Jamie McNabb on jamie.mcnabb@liquidpersonnel.com or call 020 3967 0932

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. 

Independent Reviewing Officer/Child Protection Advisor

Job details
Sector: Adult Social Work
Location: Jersey
Salary: £67,874 - £67,874 pa
Type: Permanent
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Independent Reviewing Officer/Child Protection Advisor


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