Advanced Social Worker - Child Protection - High Pay Rate
Advanced Social Worker - Child Protection - Pay up to £32.34 per hour
NonStop's client, based in the West Midlands, are looking for social workers to join their Safeguarding Teams. They cap caseloads at 16 and as a result are looking to take on a number of staff. The lower caseloads give you the opportunity to practice great work with young people and their families.
Ideally candidates will have Child Protection experience. The contract is likely to be a minimum of 6 months, bringing you an increased level of stability. They will pay up to £32.34 to secure strong candidates, a high pay rate leaving you with more cash in your pocket.
Interviews will be taking place over the next week if you are interested don't delay and send across your CV today.
What NonStop Care offers:
- Your own designated consultant and one point of contact
- Freedom to choose the umbrella company that works for you
- CV review service
- Interview advice and preparation
- Consultants with Social Work experience
- A supportive team who can always deal with your queries
- IR35 Advice
What I offer:
- As the Senior Consultant for the West Midlands I have obtained a number of contacts, meaning you will have access to more job roles than your typical recruitment agency
- I work directly with Local Authorities meaning I can discuss your CV with line managers ensuring quicker feedback and hopefully placements for you
- As a Qualified Social Worker I understand the market and offer a real insight into the locum or permanent market
If you're not interested at the moment perhaps you know someone who is? We offer a referral fee of £200 in high street vouchers, you could make a friend very happy and have some extra cash for yourself.
For a confidential discussion about this, or many other Social Work opportunities throughout the country, please ring 0207 940 2100 for David Lord at NonStop Care.
Key Words: QSW, Qualified Social Worker, Child Protection, Referral and Assessment, Initial Assessments, Core Assessments, Section 47, Child in Need, Looked After Children