Social Worker - Looked After Children

Reference: PTSR2468

Contract type: Permanent

Location: Weston-super-Mare

Salary: JM1:- £31,371-£33,799

Application Deadline:22 Apr 2020

An exciting opportunity has arisen in our children look after team for a full time experienced social worker.  As a child looked after team we want the best for our children and young people and we strive to ensure that our children live in homes without disruption.  To achieve this you will be working in a multi-professional environment where the team around the child is essential.  

As a social work team we have a strong understanding of how trauma has impacted the lives of our children and young people.  With this knowledge and working in a therapeutic environment, we seek to work alongside the child and their support network so they have every chance to achieve their dreams.   We are looking for a dedicated and ambitious Social Worker who is as passionate about children and young people as we are.  

If you believe you could be the right Social Worker and want to know more about the diverse caseload and opportunities to develop your practice within our team, please ring  Gatrine Muldoon,Team Leader   on  01275 882153 .

This post is exempt under the provisions of the Rehabilitations of Offenders Act (Exceptions) Order 1975 and is subject to an enhanced Criminal Records Bureau check.

Visit  www.n-somerset.gov.uk/jobs  to download an application pack and apply online.

North Somerset Council is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all sections of our community regardless of age, disability, gender, race, religion, belief or sexual orientation. North Somerset Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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