Senior Practitioner - Children in Care

Posted 07 September 2022
Salary £40000 - £48000 per annum + Additional Benefits
LocationKent
Job type Permanent
DisciplineSocial Work
ReferenceTM202209081_1662633448
Contact NameTom McKenna

Job description

A Kent-based Local Authority is looking for a Senior Practitioner to join their vision on supporting Children and Young people to make them feel safe and secure. As the Senior Practitioner, you will be part of their Children in Care Team.

This role is a full-time, and permanent position. As the ideal Social Worker will need experience within a Children in Care Team. You will need to be committed and have the drive to match this Local Authorities ambitions.

Benefits for you as the Senior Practitioner:

  • 27 Days Annual leave
  • Car Allowance
  • Marketing Premia - £3,000
  • Retention Payment - £3,000
  • Career Progression Scheme
  • Relocation Scheme
  • Additional Discounts

Your responsibilities as the Senior Practitioner:

  • Provide oversight, professional advice, and management support
  • Leadership for the IRO Team
  • Accountable for the quality of care
  • Provide high level of social work practice and values

Requirements of you as the Senior Practitioner:

  • A recognised Social Work qualification (Degree/DipSW/CQSW)
  • A valid registration with Social Work England
  • Significant experience of working within Children and Families Teams
  • Experience of working within 16 Plus Teams
  • Must hold a full UK Driving Licence



Location: Kent

Salary: up to £48,000 + £3,00 Market Premia + £3,000 Retention Payment



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