Family Support Advanced Practitioner

Posted 09 February 2024
Salary £49428 - £52420 per annum
Job type Permanent
Discipline Social Work
Contact NameSarah Tomlin

Job description

A Local Authority is looking for a Qualified Social Worker to join their Family Support Team as an Advanced Practitioner. This is a full-time, permanent position paying up to £52,420, based in South Wales.

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 and a Social Work Degree.

Benefits for you as an Advanced Practitioner:

  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Enhancement payments
  • Generous pension scheme
  • Car loan scheme
  • Health and wellbeing support
  • Career Development opportunities

Responsibilities for you as an Advanced Practitioner:

  • Recruit, select and manage staff under the direction of the Team Manager
  • Provide leadership and professional supervision to specified members of the team
  • Attend planning meetings, core group meetings, disruption meetings and strategy meetings
  • Adhere to Health and Safety legislation

Requirements for you as an Advanced Practitioner:

  • Social Work Degree / Diploma in Social Work
  • Social Care Wales Registration
  • Significant experience as a Social Worker or Senior Social Worker
  • Must hold a full UK driving licence
  • A working knowledge and understanding of relevant Social Work legislation and regulations

Location: South Wales

Salary scale: £49,428 - £52,420 (Depending on experience) + Benefits

Please follow the instructions on this website, or alternatively contact Sarah Tomlin - 07425728375 or

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