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Children and Families Social Worker Wolverhampton £27 - £30 per hour 3 month contract initially We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced qualified Social Worker to take the next step in their professional career with a well established local authority. The role will involve joining a busy, fast paced team whose paramount objective is always a child's wellbeing and safety. The role will involve – - Managing a complex child protection caseload, including managing the risk on a caseload of children and families through assessments and meetings - Completing initial assessments, core assessments and section 47's where necessary - Court work including writing reports, statements and being an expert witness - Child protection case conferences - Statutory looked after children reviews - Managing your time and caseload with accurate timekeeping and information recording If you would be interested in applying for this position, or would like to discuss the other endless agency opportunities are available within the West Midlands then apply today, or call (Apply online only) and speak to Abbey Lomax, and I will be happy to help secure you your perfect role. Working with Eden Brown Synergy offers you a personal service from an experienced team, working closely with one consultant who is dedicated to finding you your ideal role. Our pay rates are highly competitive; we offer a weekly payroll service and will provide you with a current DBS free of charge. We also have a fantastic referral scheme with the opportunity to earn £300 for referring a friend/colleague to us. Eden Brown Synergy is an equal opportunities employer. For more opportunities, please visit (url removed)
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Social Worker | MASH | Oldham 4Recruitment Services require an experienced Social Worker to work within a MASH team based within Oldham. To be successful for this role, you are required to have a minimum of 2 years recent Social Work experience of working within a MASH team. The successful Social Worker will have experience of: * Undertaking duty work and carrying out joint & single s47 enquiries * Working within Referral and Assessment teams or Screening team * Taking referrals about children who are at risk of significant harm (sec 47 Children's Act 1989) * Screening for children involved in domestic abuse * Taking Vulnerable Children referrals that meet a certain definition (No Secrets 2000 see appendix1) * Undertaking s17 assessment and intervention with children and families To apply for this role you must have: * A relevant Social Work qualification (BA/MA Social Work/DipSW or equivalent) * Be HCPC Registered * Be eligible to work within the UK Salary is £26.88 p/h. 4Recruitment Services is a specialist recruitment agency for Qualified Social Workers and Healthcare Professionals. We offer: * An excellent referral scheme of £250 for each successfully placed referral * HCPC certified complimentary training * 24 hour one on one specialist social work consultant based within your geographical area * 4Recruitment Services Employee Benefits Programme * Our own dedicated payroll support ensuring you get the full benefits of your payment To discuss this vacancy or other Social Work vacancies in your area: Please contact Luke Mathurin on (Apply online only)
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Job Title: Voids Inspector / Building Maintenance Inspector Sector: Public Sector /Borough Council Location: SW London / Surrey Duration: 3-6 months Remuneration: £25 per hour (Umbrella) The Client is looking for an experienced Voids Inspector who will be responsible to the Building Maintenance Manager for the provision of technical support on non-routine repairs matters Responsible for ensuring that vacant properties are prepared for reletting or sale to the required standard and in the timescales laid down in Departmental procedures and contract specifications. Assists the Building Maintenance Manager in dealing with tenants "Right to Repair" ensuring that the Council does not default under its responsibilities under the Act. Prepares, signs and issues repair orders in respect of work allocated to him/ her. Checks invoices against orders and work done and prepares documentation for certification. Assists the Building Maintenance Manager in the preparation of major works (Cl) referral forms ensuring that all sections of the form are completed correctly. As directed by the Building Maintenance Manager prepares specifications for work requiring competitive quotations under the Council's Codes of Practice. Assists the Building Maintenance Manager in the preparation of reports on non-routine maintenance requirements. As directed by the Building Maintenance Manager deals with requests from leaseholders and tenants seeking approval for alterations and additions to their properties. Assists the Building Maintenance Manager in preparing recommendations for properties to be included in the external decorations programme. As directed by the Building Maintenance Manager provides technical expertise to assist in the resolution of any disputes relating to contractors charges or quality of work. Responsible for ensuring that quality of work and value for money is obtained for all work under his/ her control. Monitors the performance of new and existing contractors and makes recommendations to the Building Maintenance Manager for acceptance or deletion from the approved list. Responsible for ensuring the Saffron computer system is continually updated in respect of planned and programmed works, ensuring that general technical data relating to property is collected, collated and input to the system. Responds to correspondence within the timescales laid down corporately. Liaises with other departments, statutory authorities and other agencies with regard to repairs matters. Reports on insurance and fire claims, liaises with assessor, prepares specifications, seeks quotations, and arranges for the necessary work to be carried out
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Multi Agency Service Hub (MASH) Social Worker Dudley 3 months initially £29.93 I have an exciting opportunity within the Dudley area to work within a busy yet thriving non case holding MASH Team. The role will involve taking details from members of the public and professionals via telephone gathering accurate information from databases, seeking consent from families for further checks and complete these checks, analysing the data received and making further recommendations to outside local agencies. You are required to represent MASH team at meetings with agencies and assist with presentations about MASH and referral process. If you would be interested in applying for this position, or would like to discuss other social work opportunities within the West Midlands then please email me your CV or give me a call on (Apply online only) and I will be happy to help you find your perfect role. Working with Eden Brown Synergy offers you a personal service from an experienced team, working closely with one consultant who is dedicated to finding you your ideal role. Our pay rates are highly competitive; we offer a weekly payroll service and will provide you with a current DBS free of charge. We also have a fantastic referral scheme with the opportunity to earn £200 for referring a friend/colleague to us. Eden Brown Synergy is an equal opportunities employer. For more opportunities, please visit (url removed)
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Practice Manager | MASH | Tameside We require an experienced Practice Manager to work within a MASH team based within Tameside. To be successful for this role, you are required to have a minimum of 2 years recent Practice Manager experience of working within a MASH Team. The successful Practice Manager will have experience of: * Visiting and interviewing clients to make assessments. * Assessing priorities and writing reports to develop care plans. * Accepting responsibility for actions in relation to the liberty or safety of clients in emergency situations. * Including carers and clients' families in the assessment process in line with the Equal Opportunities Act 2004. * Liaising with colleagues and other agencies as appropriate including domiciliary, day and residential services. * A hospital social work team which is focused on arranging safe and timely discharges for service users To apply for this role you must have: * A relevant Social Work qualification (BA/MA Social Work/DipSW or equivalent) * Be HCPC Registered * Be eligible to work within the UK Salary is £30ph 4Recruitment Services is a specialist recruitment agency for Qualified Social Workers and HealthCare Professionals. We offer: * An excellent referral scheme of £250 for each successfully placed referral * HCPC certified complimentary training * 24 hour one on one specialist social work consultant based within your geographical area * 4Recruitment Services Employee Benefits Programme * Our own dedicated payroll support ensuring you get the full benefits of your payment Recruitment is done in line with safe recruitment practices. 4Recruitment Services is an equal opportunities employer. To discuss this vacancy or other Social Work vacancies in your area please contact Luke Mathurin on (Apply online only)
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  • £28 - £30/hour
Social Worker – Adoption North London Full-Time, Substantial post qualifying experience, HCPC Registered, Diploma in Social Work or equivalent Degree. We’re Medicare First, a nationwide social care recruitment provider specialising in finding qualified social work professionals for temporary and permanent work across the UKs local authorities. We work to provide a fair and ethical service to the workers we represent; it is central to our business ethos. Job Description As a Social Worker responsible for working effectively with children, young people and families/carers where adoption is the best possible outcome for the child, you will manage a defined caseload. The Fostering and Adoption Service recruit, assess and support adoptive parents and foster carers. The Teams match children to families and provide continual support. Placement support is a real strength across the fostering and adoption services, as it strives to achieve permanence and the very best outcomes for the children in care in the authority. This role reports to the Team Manager. About the client (amend each time) Our client is a forward thinking Council based in North London. The role in the Children and families department is focused on the delivery of services relating to vulnerable children, young people and complex families. These services will be delivered against specifications set by the People Commissioning function in line with the County Council’s overarching outcomes. Job summary * Assess adopters and to help prepare them for the task of adoption and present their applications, using a BAAF PAR, to Adoption Panel. * Attend court for adoption orders and produce court reports * Raise placement order applications to begin the adoption process * Create child permanency, adoption and annex reports * Recruitment of adoptive parents and owning the process of matching children in care to a safe home * Maintain and constantly update personal skills and knowledge to ensure best practice and to pass on to others practice experience gained. * Keep abreast of the councils’ policies and procedures and legislation and guidance, including the safeguarding policy. * Maintain case records and provide other reports that may be required to a high standard * Participate in supervision, team meetings and consultation with agency advisers. * Engage with the research and developments being undertaken within the team and the wider organisation. * Promote equal opportunities and to strive to achieve anti-discriminatory, child-centred practice in all aspects of the work undertaken. What we need from you * Degree or equivalent in social work * Current HCPC registration * Significant senior level frontline experience within children's services * 2 years post qualified with experience within local authority Adoption teams If you are passionate about delivering a high standard of social care and would like to work in a supportive forward-thinking environment, we would like to hear from you if you think you meet the requirements. What you will receive from us * Medicare First is a first tier recruitment provider to local authorities so you will have access to opportunities before they reach many other agencies * Opportunity as a Medicare First worker to access continued lines of work * Excellent rates of pay both (Umbrella companies, Limited Company and PAYE welcomed) * Your own dedicated consultant who will manage your registrations through to clearance * Regularly meetings and visits with your consultant * Quick and Easy Registration Process
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  • £60000 - £71000/annum
Lloyd Recruitment Services Ltd, are excited to be asked to partner up with a national charity in their search for a Reward Manager (Compensation) to join their busy team in Epsom. Reporting to the Reward Director, and working alongside the Reward Team, HRBP’S and external providers, you’ll be responsible for managing their compensation programmes specifically salary structure design, pay ranges, bonus and incentive scheme planning. Key responsibilities will include: - Develop a framework for developing all compensation plans - Lead the design and implementation of job pay ranges - Review all current bonus and incentive plans, present recommendations and plan implementation changes for 2019 - Conduct job evaluations and market benchmarking - Ensuring compensation programmes are well governed and compliant - Contribute to design and development of reward strategy within company philosophy Experience, knowledge & expertise: - Professional background as either a Reward Specialist or HR Generalist with a reward bias. - HR & Reward knowledge gained in a large corporate or a consulting environment - Advanced IT skills, specifically in Excel - Excellent numerical, analytical and market research skills, with ability to convert analysis into recommendations and concise reports - Must be discreet, diplomatic and treat information within the department as highly confidential - Experience of designing and managing pay structures - Confident in influencing at a senior management level, able to develop key internal and external relationships. - Experience of job evaluation methodologies. - Experience of managing people or directing the work of others alongside management of external suppliers. NB: Unfortunately, due to the high number of applications received by Lloyd Recruitment Services, we are only able to contact shortlisted candidates
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Qualified Social Worker | Fostering | Manchester 4Recruitment Services require an experienced Social Worker to work within a Fostering Team based within Manchester. The Successful Social Worker will be required to have a minimum of 2 years recent Social Work experience of working within a Childrens Fostering team. The successful Social Worker will have experience of: * Completing complex assessments in the area of placements, i.e. Form F’s Connected Persons/ SGO’s. * Presenting work to fostering panel. * Or willing to work in the office environment alongside the permanent team * Working in a fostering/adoption environment * Working in the front line of children’s services within the past five years * Being able to manage their workload to meet tight deadlines What you will have: * 37 hours per week * Free on-site parking * Laptop and mobile phone provided * Business mileage can be claimed at 45p per mile * Free parking at Locality sites To apply for this the Social Worker must: * Have a relevant Social Work qualification (BA/MA Social Work/DipSW or equivalent) * Be HCPC Registered * Have Fostering Experience * Be eligible to work within the UK * Be a car driver Salary is £25.02 ph 4Recruitment Services is a specialist recruitment agency for Qualified Social Workers and Healthcare Professionals. We offer: * An excellent referral scheme of £250 for each successfully placed referral * HCPC certified complimentary training Our own dedicated payroll support ensuring you get the full benefits of your payment Recruitment is done in line with safe recruitment practices. 4Recruitment Services is an equal opportunities employer. Please contact Luke Mathurin on (Apply online only)
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Are you interesting in developing your social work career? Social Worker Safeguarding Team Dorset £35 per hour Sanctuary Social Care is currently looking for an experienced and dedicated social worker to work full time in a safeguarding team based in Dorset. The ideal candidate will possess highly developed specialist knowledge of social work practice in children services and be registered with the HCPC. The pay rate for this locum social worker job is £35 (LTD Company Equivalent) per hour and is an initial 3-month contract. - To provide a high quality and effective social work service to respond to the needs of children, young people and families in a timely manner and within statutory guidelines, policies and standards. - To assess need, plan and deliver focused intervention and family support to safeguard and protect children and young people and promote positive outcomes. - Working to models of best practice and actively promoting and adopting integrated approaches for the benefit of children and young people and their families. - To understand and promote the core business of the Torbay Safeguarding Children’s Board and deliver its priorities Requirements of the social worker: - Degree or equivalent in social work - Current HCPC registration - Significant senior level frontline experience within children services Contact: This social worker job is advertised by Clint Burgess; if you are interested in this position please click below to apply now. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, regretfully we are only able to respond to candidates who meet our clients' requirements. 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 by contacting us. With this information, we will provi1de appropriate support to you throughout the process and into your work placement
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  • £25 - £35/hour Negotiable
We are looking for a highly skilled and experienced C# programmers to join our award winning team. The selected candidate must be motivated, personable and willing to work hard within a like-minded development department. The selected candidate will support the development team in the creation of high-quality, innovative and fully performing software for a new Simulation project using the Unity3D Game Engine. The selected candidate will ideally have previous experience working on similar projects. As part of the role you would be expected to be able to manage your day to day tasks, be able to break down general tasks and document you work progress. Essential for the role: •C# programming Knowledge (3 Years+). • Write well designed, testable, efficient code • Good understanding of 3D graphics/vector maths. • Has experience of working in an Agile, Test Driven environment, with version control management. • Can manage their work-flow effectively and efficiently. • Has excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Desirable for the Role: • Unity3d Game Engine experience. • Virtual Reality Experience. • Specific working knowledge of Unity components such as; MecAnim, UNET, LightMapping. • CG & Compute Shader Experience • Previous history of using project management, Bug & Code review tools (Git, Hansoft, Crucible, and Jira). • Other Languages such as Objective-C, C++, HTML5, CSS, CS3 • Experience in writing Library Plugins This is an initial 6 month contract but most likely go past the 12 month point. If interested, contact Paul Smith on (Apply online only) or email (url removed)
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