Sector: Social Care
Consultant: Matthew Buckman
Salary: £13.11 - £13.11
Job Status: Contract / Full Time
Seven Social Care is looking for an experienced Family Support Worker to fill an exclusive opportunity specialising in the wellbeing of children and Families across Nottingham City.
The role involves establishing a relationship with individual families, assessing their needs, their eligibility for various types of public aid, and walking them through the application processes.
These posts will be based across the City only
Establishing a relationship with individual families
Assessing their needs
their eligibility for various types of public aid
walking them through the application processes.
Compliance: Enhanced DBS
Travel: Clean UK driving license with the ability to commute to and from work independently.
Hours: Upto 37.5 hrs p/w
Experience. You could get this through paid or voluntary work with children, young people and their families in places like: children’s homes.
Working with Seven Social Care:
Established in 2011, Seven Social Care is a leading provider of social care professionals to county councils, charities, hospitals, care homes and private organisations across the UK.
Seven is the recruitment service that guarantees experienced, qualified and available staff exactly when you need them. Our expert talent acquisition team seamlessly connect professionals to all areas of social care; including Children and Adults, Mental Health, Substance Misuse, Community, Support Work and everything in between.
After being shortlisted for multiple awards in 2018, we are proud of our nationwide reputation for providing a world-class recruitment service that is underpinned by honesty, integrity and attention to detail.
Refer a friend, family member or colleague for £250
If you’re not the perfect match for this role, but you know a Social Worker who is, help them find their dream job by referring them to Seven Social Care. As a little ‘thank you’ from us, you will receive £250 for every referral that is successfully placed into a new role.