Social worker – MASH

Job title: Social Worker MASH
Salary: £33,024 – 43,421 depending on experience
Location: West Midlands

Liquid Personnel are currently looking for an experienced social worker who is looking to make their next career move into a stable MASH team in the West Midlands. As a social worker in the MASH team, you will work in a multi-agency setting to achieve the best possible outcomes for children and families.

Benefits of the role

  • Salary from £33,024 – 43,421
  • Generous annual leave entitlement
  • Local government pension scheme
  • Agile working arrangements
  • Fantastinc career development opportunities

About the role

  • Be responsible for assessing and identifying the levels of risk and need.
  • Deliver protective or supportive service for children with a child protection plan.
  • Provide verbal and written reports to child protection plans, strategy meetings, planning meetings and looked after reviews.
  • To produce court statements and give evidence in court on behalf of the local authority when required.

About you

  • Hold a degree in social work and have completed your ASYE.
  • Hold a full UK driving licence and the right to work in the UK.
  • Registered with Social Work England
  • A child centered approach
  • An understand of restorative practice.

If you think this role sounds perfect for your next career move or you would like to find out some more information then give me a call on 020 7440 0630 or drop me an email on I look forward to hearing from you.

Social worker – MASH

Job details
Sector: Childrens Social Work
Location: West Midlands
Salary: £33,024 - £43,421 pa
Type: Permanent
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Social worker – MASH

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