Live life like it’s Pre-IR35 | Accommodation support, high pay rates & flexible working options
If you’ve worked as an agency Social Worker for some time you’ll have gone through the heartache of lower earnings due to the change in IR35 legislation, I’m sure even the most resolute of you have had to reconsider your options at some point due to this.
Pre-IR35 it was easy enough to decide to look further afield and stay away a few nights a week or to justify that second holiday, but with the changes in legislation your wings have been clipped and it’s no longer feasible…. We can change that.
Frontline has partnered with Local Authorities throughout the UK who are willing to pay rates of up to £40P/H, and in a lot of cases now offer accommodation support to help make it more viable being down there. This is also supplemented by a shortened working week and flexible working hours.
The Local Authorities working with Frontline are briefed on the requirements and needs to attract the best quality agency Social Workers, and as such we can offer benefits such as:
- Flexible working options
- Accommodation support (Up to £110P/W)
- Long term contracts (12 months+)
- Councils with ‘Good’ & ‘Outstanding’ OFSTED’s
- The opportunity to work with bleeding edge Social Work models (i.e. Hertfordshire Model)
- Higher negotiated pay rates based on your references and skillset (Up to £40P/H)
Frontline recruits for Children’s Social Workers across the United Kingdom in areas including South Coast, South West, East Midlands, West Midlands, Yorkshire, North West & Home Counties in disciplines including Child Protection, Referral & Assessment, Looked After Children, MASH, Fostering & Children in Need.
If you’d like to work with an agency that truly understands the needs of their Social Workers and tailors their service to that then please get in touch with Blake at Frontline.
Contact me on: Blake.Thompson@Frontlinestaffing.co.uk OR 0161 245 4483
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.