Location: South Coast
Salary: £40,500 PA + £1,500 OOH Allowance + £500 Home Working Allowance
Closing Date: 04/08/2019
Interview Date: 12/08/2019
Hours: 35 hours per week
TACT, the UK’s largest fostering and adoption charity now has over 500 dedicated carers, who look after over 600 children and young people across the country. Our reputation and growth rests upon our strength in providing successful placements. As a charity, we do not have shareholders who receive profits and we invest all of our surplus income into service, staff, carers, and children’s development.
Our vision is to provide better lives for our children and young people
We are looking for a dynamic and experienced fostering Social Worker/Manager to lead the development of the South Coast team. This role will hold responsibility for supervision of staff and a small number of carers in this area and will support the Area Manager to further grow and develop this service. This post will cover the Hampshire and Dorset area with occasional travel to our Registered Office in South London.
TACT offer an excellent benefits package including:
To be considered, you will need to have experience of working with children and young people in a statutory setting and have a management qualification. You will also need to be HCPC registered and have a DipSW, CSS or CQSW qualification. An enhanced DBS clearance is required and this check will be undertaken by TACT on your behalf. the use of a car is essential.
You will be required to work an out of hours rota, attracting an additional allowance of £1,500 per annum.
Please see the job information pack for further information.
Closing: Sunday 4th August 2019
Interviews: Monday 12th August 2019 at TACT South Coast (BH23 6NX)
TACT reserve the right to close the vacancy once we have received sufficient applications, so we advise you to submit your application as early as possible to prevent disappointment.
Full details and application documents here
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