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  • Social Worker - Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children United Kingdom
  • Sanctuary Personnel in United Kingdom, , United Kingdom
  • jobs
  • 4 weeks ago

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Sanctuary Personnel, a dedicated and award-winning recruitment agency with a TrustPilot score of 4.9/5 and nearly 1000 reviews has an exciting Locum opportunity available for an experienced Social Worker to join a well-established Children’s service based in Sandbach.

Team/Specialism: Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children

Pay Rate: £40 per hour (assignment rate)

Contract: Locum, 3-Months

Hours: Full-time

Benefits of working for Sanctuary Personnel:

• Effortless Registration: Say goodbye to paperwork! Our fully online and paperless registration service streamlines the process, making it convenient and hassle-free for you.
• Compliance Made Easy: Enjoy peace of mind with our free DBS and compliance service, which includes paid-for mandatory e-learning and practical training modules tailored to your needs.
• Exclusive Opportunities: Unlock access to prestigious Social Work roles that you won't find elsewhere. From collaborating with NHSBT to supporting vital projects at The Home... Office and Vaccination Centres or relocating candidates to Australia, The Falkland Islands and many other destinations, our network opens doors to diverse and impactful assignments in the UK and globally.
• Expert Guidance and Support: Benefit from personalised clinical governance and revalidation support from our in-house qualified health professional with over 15 years of experience. We're here to ensure you're always on top of your game.
• Rewarding Referral Program: Spread the word and reap the rewards! Refer a friend that works in Social Work and receive a generous £250 bonus once they've completed just 100 hours of work. The best part? There's no limit to how many friends you can refer.
• Professional Development: Working as a locum in Social Work provides opportunities for continuous professional development. You may encounter new challenges, technologies, and best practices in different settings, which can enhance your clinical skills and knowledge.

Main Duties:

• Carrying out independent age assessments of child’s social and cultural needs
• Arranging medical and psychological assessments and observations
• Ensuring child protection procedures are being adhered to
• Advocating on behalf of the service user
• Assessing young people if they appear in need of care services under section 47 of the care act
• Arranging safe, age appropriate accommodation
• Offering support for refugee families including focus on child welfare
• Addressing child poverty when families are living in poor quality housing and have insufficient means of support
• Carrying out assessments and arranging access to appropriate services for children and young people who have been trafficked
• Organising access to age appropriate training, education and leisure services
• Transitioning young people from Children’s to Adults Services

Requirements of the Social Worker:

• Degree or equivalent in social work
• Current Social Work England registration
• Significant frontline experience in Children’s Services

Contact:
This Social Worker job is advertised by Kelly Page; if you are interested in this position please click above to apply now.

We welcome applications from Social Workers who meet the above requirements.

Regretfully we are only able to respond to experienced Social Work candidates who meet these requirements for this Social Work role as we need to meet our clients’ requirements, but please feel free to browse our open roles that may be more suitable for you.

Reasonable Adjustments:
If you consider yourself to have a disability or require any reasonable adjustment during the recruitment process or within the workplace, please highlight this at the earliest opportunity. With this information, we will provide appropriate support to you throughout the process and into your work placement
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