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Independent Reviewing Officer, Ref: 50054752

  • Employer: Isle of Wight Council
  • Reference: IOWC/22/207121
  • Published: Thu 04/08/2022, 15:37 PM
  • Closing on: Mon 08/08/2022, 23:59 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 37 hours per week
  • Salary: Market supplement of £4,000 - £4,600 per annum
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Hybrid - Agile and County Hall, Newport, Isle of Wight, Isle of Wight

Contract Type: Permanent

Hours: 37 per week

 We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic team member with an absolute commitment to getting the right outcomes for children.

We will look to you to ensure child protection and care planning is effective and timely and the voice of the child is heard throughout. 

As part of our commitment to transforming Social Work, you will utilise the Isle of Wight and Hampshire strengths-based approach to ensure children and families contribute to plans and decisions that affect their lives.

You will need to have the confidence and knowledge to appropriately challenge colleagues and managers where necessary to reach a resolution and be able to manage complex dynamics in meetings.

As an IRO you will carry out statutory reviews for children in care and chair Child Protection Conferences.  You will need to have good knowledge of Care Planning and Reviewing regulations and the IRO Handbook as well as a good understanding of current safeguarding legislation and guidance.

You must be a Social Work England registered Social Worker.

 For further information or an informal discussion please contact Anna Clarke on 01983 821000, ext. 6814.

Find out more about working for the Isle of Wight Council and living on the Island here.

 The Isle of Wight Council protects its employees from discrimination and this is supported by the Unacceptable Behaviour PolicyEmployee Code of Conduct and Behaviours Framework. We actively promote the diversity of our workforce and we provide flexible working options (where appropriate) to support the different needs of our employees.

The Isle of Wight Council is an equal opportunities employer, who is proud to encourage applications from all cultures, backgrounds and abilities to better reflect the diversity within our local community. In addition to this, we are also a 
Disability Confident Employer. Along with a number of other areas of commitments, this means that providing you meet the basic essential requirements of the advertised role and have declared yourself as disabled, you will be offered an opportunity for an interview within the council.

 A relocation scheme of up to £8,000 is available to new employees subject to qualifying criteria. Further details are available upon request.

Please view information pack and complete your job application online at www.iow.gov.uk/jobvacancies. Telephone 01983 823134 or email callcentre@iow.gov.uk if you need further information about applying. Please note only applications completed and submitted online by the closing date will be accepted.

 We often receive a high volume of applicants for our vacancies. If you do not hear from the recruiting manager within three weeks of the closing date, we regret that your application will not have been successful on this occasion. If unsuccessful, we actively encourage you to revisit our job pages and apply to alternate posts that may be suitable.  

 This council and its schools recruit according to the council’s Recruitment, Policy and Procedure and are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment.

This role falls within the strategic partnership between the Isle of Wight Council and Hampshire County Council. The employer will be the Isle of Wight Council and employment is on Isle of Wight terms and conditions. Hampshire County Council has delivered, on behalf of the Isle of Wight Council, all of its children’s services functions and will continue to do so until 2023. The original five-year partnership arrangement under direction of the Secretary of State finished in 2018 but has been extended voluntarily by both local authorities for a further.

 

  • Employer: Isle of Wight Council
  • Reference: IOWC/22/207121
  • Published: Thu 04/08/2022, 15:37 PM
  • Closing on: Mon 08/08/2022, 23:59 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 37 hours per week
  • Salary: Market supplement of £4,000 - £4,600 per annum
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Hybrid - Agile and County Hall, Newport, Isle of Wight, Isle of Wight

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