Children with Disabilities Social Worker

Posted 17 November 2023
Salary £29477 - £41513 per annum + benefits
LocationSouth Yorkshire
Job type Permanent
Discipline Social Work
Contact NameSamantha Cunningham

Job description

A Local Authority is looking for Children with Disabilities Social Workers.

These are all PERMANENT positions with x1 being full-time and x1 being part-time.

This Local Authority is based in Yorkshire but operates hybrid working (3 days in the office and 2 days at home and vice versa - dependent on diary) meaning that you could live outside of the region but be able to feasibly work for them.

The ideal applicant will have post qualification experience but this not essential (Newly Qualified Social Workers are welcome to apply).

Benefits for you as the Children with Disabilities Social Worker:

  • Generous annual leave (increases with service); can buy up to an extra 10 days
  • Pension Scheme of 15.2% matched contribution
  • Learning & Development opportunities
  • Discounts on Private Health cover
  • Flexible hours around core working hours
  • £1,000 Golden Hello for Newly Qualified Social Workers
  • £2,000 supplement on top of salary for experienced Social Workers (dependent on area of Social Work)
  • Additional benefits

Requirements of you as the Children with Disabilities Social Worker:

  • A recognised Social Work qualification (Degree/DipSW/CQSW)
  • A Social Work England registration
  • Must hold a full UK Driving Licence

Location: South Yorkshire

Salary scale: £29,447 - £41,513 rising to £42,476.

Please follow the instructions on this website, or alternatively contact Samantha Cunningham.

If this role is not what you are looking for, but you are looking to make a move within Social Work, get in touch, as we have many other opportunities!

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