Social Worker

  • Job Reference: AP13
  • Date Posted: 16 November 2023
  • Recruiter: The Social Recruitment Company
  • Location: Yorkshire
  • Salary: £35.00 Per Hour
  • Sector: Social Worker
  • Job Type: Contract, Temporary
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Samuel Noakes
  • Email:

Job Description

Our Client is seeking someone to join their team as part of the Early Help and Safeguarding Hub (EHaSH), providing a single point of contact for professionals and members of the public who have concerns about a child or young person or are seeking advice / and or information about available services.

As part of a collaborative Early Help and Safeguarding Hub, the primary accountabilities involve assessing and determining the most suitable social work response to identified needs, closely collaborating with others to plan, coordinate, and arrange services for the safety and well-being of children and young people. The role entails advocating for integrated working arrangements, utilising tools like Team Around the Family meetings, and adhering to Children and Young People's Support and Safeguarding Service policies.

Additionally, maintaining updated records through electronic systems, fostering relationships with other services, participating in ongoing learning, and undertaking duties aligned with the post's responsibilities are essential aspects of this role.

Key requirements:

  • Diploma or degree in Social Work, including HCPC registration.
  • Substantial experience in social work, specifically with vulnerable children and young people with a clear understanding of risk, vulnerability, and their impact on children.
  • Excellent grasp of child development, childcare legislation, and child protection procedures.
  • Familiarity with assessment frameworks, Team Around the Family meetings, and the Lead Professional role.
  • Strong written and spoken English communication skills.
  • Demonstrates respect, actively improves service efficiency, and collaborates effectively. Listening attentively, building rapport, and delivering information clearly.
  • Works within organisational policies, solves problems, acts with integrity, and embraces change.
  • Up-to-date knowledge of the Ofsted framework and experience in a MASH or similar setting (desirable).


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