Member Job Opportunity: Team Fostering - Supervising Social Worker (East Midlands) - Maternity Cover
Salary Banding - £37,718.47 - £43,758.65 per annum
Contract: 11 months contract to cover maternity
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
We offer blended/office working arrangements to allow for a good work life balance for all staff.
This will be a minimum of one day per week working within your agreed office base, although staff are actively encouraged to attend the workplace more frequently.
Please note we do not operate a performance related reward system or automatic incremental payments
Team Fostering is an ethical not for profit fostering agency with a strong reputation and track record for providing high quality, value for money fostering placements for looked after children. We pride ourselves on our values and behaviours and we expect our staff to commit to and demonstrate these in their everyday work.
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and qualified social worker to join our successful fostering team to cover a maternity period for 11 months. You will have the knowledge and skills to undertake the full range of Supervising Social Worker tasks, including supervising foster carers, working with other professionals, report writing and attendance at meetings. Not only will you have excellent communication and interpersonal skills you will also be hardworking, positive, and motivated to improve outcomes for looked after children.
This post will be based in our East Midlands office however you will be required to work flexibly across the Yorkshire & East Midlands region. The role will involve out of hours duty work. The successful candidate will have experience of Family Placement work either in the Local Authority or an IFA setting.
Informal enquiries regarding the post can be made to Jubilee Chikosi (Team Manager) on 07983 225302.
Please note Team Fostering does not accept CV’s.
Full details and application documents here
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