Ref. 55626

Social Worker

  • Location: Beeston, England
  • Salary: £35 - £35 per hour
  • Type: Temporary / Full Time

Seven Social Care is working with Suzie Morris at Nottinghamshire County Council to recruit an experienced Qualified Social Worker to work a temporary role within the Broxtowe Child Protection District Team.

This is an initial 3 month contract with the possibility of extending to an on-going contract or permanency further down the line.

The rate of pay for this role is £35 per hour Umbrella.

Suzie has agreed that all locums are offered 9 day fortnights so you work 9 days and get paid for 10! You will be in the office on duty days.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Dealing with Child Protection, Child in Need cases that go to the initial court proceedings.
  • Completing Section 7’s/47’s
  • Court Work
  • Working with Multi-agencies and other professionals
  • Will be working around the Bassetlaw and Newark area
  • Complete Duty days

Applicant Requirements:

  • Qualifications: Degree approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
  • Experience: 2+ years working with children as a qualified Social Worker in the UK.
  • Compliance: Up to date HCPC registration and DBS.
  • Travel: Clean UK driving license with the ability to commute to and from work independently.
  • Hours: 37 hours p/w.

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