Connected Persons Fostering Social Worker

Posted 27 October 2023
Salary £36080 - £39162 per annum + benefits
Job type Permanent
Discipline Social Work Fostering
Contact NameJamil Olweny

Job description

A Local Authority is looking for a Social Worker for their Connected Persons team within the Fostering service in Northamptonshire. This is a full-time, and permanent position with some hybrid working.

Please do not apply for this job if you require sponsorship to work in the UK. This position is only available for those who have right to work in the UK.

Benefits for you as the Social Worker:

  • Training & Development opportunities
  • £4,000 Welcome Bonus
  • Up to £8,000 relocation package
  • 28 days of annual leave + public holidays (rising with service)
  • Ability to purchase extra annual leave
  • Government pension scheme
  • Social Work England registration paid
  • Various discounts
  • Additional benefits

Duties and Responsibilities for you as the Social Worker:

  • Managing a caseload
  • Mentoring to colleagues
  • Fostering Assessments
  • Working with the Signs of Safety approach
  • Reporting to the Practice & Team Managers

Requirements for you as the Social Worker:

  • A recognised Social Work qualification (Degree/Diploma)
  • Registered with Social Work England
  • Post qualification experience within Children's Social Work
  • A working knowledge and understanding of the current legislation and frameworks relevant to Children Social Care

Location: Northamptonshire

Salary Scale: £36,080 - £39,162 + benefits

Please follow the instructions on this website, or alternatively contact Jamil Olweny - 07587031098 or

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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  • CV enhancement
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  • One central point of contact
  • Interview preparation assistance
  • Expert consultation
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