Are you an experienced social worker that has worked in most of the local authorities in your area? Are you tired of low-rates because you work in an area with strict rate caps? Would you be interested in looking further afield to earn rates of up to £42/hr?
Frontline specialise in helping experienced social workers escape areas with low rates by working with local authorities that need to attract social workers, often due to their low populations or rural locations. Are you tired of the city and need a break in one of the UK’s most picturesque locations?
We can help you find the perfect role for you as we currently have vacancies across MASH, Looked After Children, Child Protection, Referral & Assessment, and Fostering. You can earn £38-£42 depending on location and we can also negotiate a compressed 4-day working week, or other flexible working options leaving you plenty of time to return home for a long weekend.
Additionally, we are also working with local authorities that are prepared to reward social workers by paying them for 40 hours instead of 37. As all social workers know a 37-hour week is never just 37-hours. Why not get paid an extra £500 a month for your hard work?
If you have experience of the following then Frontline would like to hear from you!
In return for working with Frontline, we can offer you:
- A retention bonus scheme that rewards long term contracts
- Excellent rates of pay
- Access to exclusive vacancies
- Support and expert advice from an approachable, dedicated and friendly team
- An assigned consultant
- Various employment opportunities in your preferred geographical area
- Flexible hours to meet your needs, full or part time
- The best recommend a friend bonus in social work - £500 per successful placement
If you are interested in finding out more about our roles please give Ryan Kearney a call on 0161 245 4516 or email your CV to email@example.com.
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.