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Social Worker- Children With Disabilities

Social Worker- Children with Disabilities- West Midlands 

Liquid Personnel are currently looking for a qualified social worker to join a stable children with disabilities service within the West Midlands. You will be work as a central part of the team focussing on achieving the best possible outcomes for children and families. 

Your benefits as a Social Worker 

  • Salary up to £41,000
  • Generous annual leave entitlement 
  • Excellent local authority pension and benefits scheme
  • Flexible working arrangements


Main responsibilities of the role 

As a social worker you will be responsible for working directly with the children and families to achieve the best possible outcomes. As a social worker some of you main responsibilities will include:

  • Hold and manage a varied case load
  • Work in a multi agency setting 
  • Work with Children aged 0-18 covering Child in Need, Child protection, Court Work and Looked after Children 
  • Be committed to achieving positive outcomes for the children and families.


Requirements for the role 

  • 18 months post qualified experience within children and family services 
  • SWE registered
  • Have the right to work in the UK and hold a full UK driving licence
  • Have an understanding of the challenges associated with working alongside children and families 

If you are interested in being considered for this role then contact Charlie Rowson on charlie.rowson@liquidpersonnel.com or call  020 7440 0630. 

Social Worker- Children With Disabilities

Job details
Sector: Childrens Social Work
Location: Dudley
Type: Permanent
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Social Worker- Children With Disabilities

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