Social Workers/Senior Social Workers
Wokingham Borough Council is currently seeking to recruit high quality permanent Social Workers at all levels. Social Workers in Wokingham are valued for the important and challenging work they undertake and will find an environment where their learning and development is promoted and supported.
Wokingham Borough Council is based in Wokingham Town Centre, an attractive market town in Berkshire, with excellent road and rail links and is easily accessible from London. The Borough has good schools and low levels of crime and the town is attractive to families and residents, who enjoy a high quality of life.
The purpose of this role is to work in partnership with children, young people and those connected to them, in order to co-create plans that meet the identified needs. We have roles available within our Assessment and Intervention Teams.
Key Duties, Responsibilities & Accountabilities:-
• Undertaking child and family assessments
• Carrying out child protection enquiries
• Safety planning with children and families
• Direct work with children and young people
• Care proceedings and court work
• Working with children in care
Skills, Knowledge & Experience:-
We are seeking Social Workers who have a passion for working with and improving outcomes for children. You will need to have skills in communicating with children and be full of professional curiosity, using a questioning approach in all that you do, together with a commitment to trauma informed approaches to practice.
• Recognised and current professional Social Work qualification, e.g. DipSW, Social Work degree.
• Registration with the Health & Care Professionals Council (HCPC) is essential.
Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to join an excellent and dynamic Team in the Social Work Department.
Closing date for applications: 17th November 2019
Wokingham Borough Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff, other workers and volunteers to share this commitment. WBC is an equal opportunities employer.
Lisa Martin on 0118 974 6137 or email Lisa on firstname.lastname@example.org (answerphone outside office hours)