CSP Level 3 (Social Worker)



Organisation
NSPCC
Reference
5311
Sector
Children & Young People, Education & Training, Social Care
Location
Swindon Hub
Salary Details
£29,607 - £34,832
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours per Week
35
Closing Date
01/10/2021
An exciting opportunity has arisen at the NSPCC regional hub in the South West & Channel Islands for an enthusiastic and dynamic social worker to join the team.

Job Description

This will offer the successful candidate the opportunity to develop specialist knowledge and expertise that will enhance future career options, whilst also directly contributing to the wellbeing and safety of children and young people. 

The successful candidate would develop skills and experience working within services that are preventative.

We are looking for:

Firstly, someone who wants to work constructively and creatively with a real passion for the enhancing the life chances of Children and Young People.

A practitioner with the ability to plan and deliver appropriate programmes of work with individuals, families and groups, the ability to identify risk and have experience of child protection intervention as well as up to date knowledge of legislation, research and best practice; and the ability to evaluate the effectiveness of their own practice.

This is an exciting time for the NSPCC, with staff at all levels engaging in a range of new projects and developments. You will have a manageable caseload, excellent training and development opportunities.

You will be supervised and supported by a Team Manager with knowledge and experience of practice and who will show a real commitment to enabling you to achieve your potential. 

This is your opportunity to contribute to service development not only in terms of direct work but also be able to get involved in evaluation, influencing and dissemination of learning and have the opportunity to be part of an exciting new strategy to help end cruelty to children.

The role will also contribute to the delivery of local campaigns and work alongside School’s Service to reach more children, young people and families.

We are committed to play our part in creating and fostering a society that promotes mutual respect and that truly values individuality and difference. All our candidates are considered fairly based on their merit, competence and performance and are always keen to hear from talented people/candidates from a diverse background.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and vulnerable adults and expect all staff, volunteers, agency workers and consultants to share this commitment.

To apply: Click the apply link and you will be redirected to the NSPCC recruitment page where you can download more information on the job and apply. Please do mention Ethical Jobseeker when applying to help to monitor our recruitment advertising.

Company Description

Over 130 years, we’ve helped thousands of children and families and acquired plenty of expertise on how to help even more. We respect our history and value our tradition, but we do not stand still. We are a modern vibrant charity making a real, tangible difference to other people’s lives.