Are you tired of the stress and pressure associated with frontline Social Work?
Would you be interested in using your skillset in a longer term Looked After Children team instead?
Many social workers realise that working in Child Protection, Safeguarding or Assessment teams takes its toll eventually due to the high demands of frontline Social Work.
Social Workers with frontline experience can use their skills in a more manageable setting while still earning £32-£39/hr in the North-West.
These roles would be perfect for local and stay away social workers who can stay away for 3-4 nights per week in order to secure the highest rates in the North of England.
Frontline are looking for social workers with court experience to join LAC teams in the North-West- immediate or January starts are available so please get in touch right away!
Social workers should have at least two years’ experience in relevant children’s social work teams. Social Workers with experience in LAC, CP, Safeguarding, Assessment or Court teams are all encouraged to apply.
will receive the following benefits:
- Competitive hourly rate of £32-39/hr
- Professional CV design & formatting
- Dedicated consultant with a max. of 20 social workers (other agencies manage 70+ per consultant)
- Express and hassle-free compliance service (can be processed in 2 working days)
- PAYE payroll available
- Flexible working
- The biggest ‘Refer a Friend’ bonus in social work - £500 per referral (open to everybody, not only Frontline social workers)
As a Frontline Referral & Assessment, Child Sexual Exploitation or Looked After Children Social Worker, you will be:
- HCPC registered
- Eligible to work in the UK
- Car Driver Essential.
If this role isn’t right for you then we also offer a £500 referral bonus to any successful recommendations that we go on to place in a role.
If you want to find out more call Ryan Kearney on 0161 245 4516 or email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Frontline Staffing is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.