Jobs and Careers
Children's Social Worker Jobs
Experienced, qualified children's social workers (salary up to £37,136 + welcome payment of £3,000 + annual retention payment of up to £3,000)
We're looking for experienced children's social workers across our safeguarding localities, Family Front Door and Assessment Teams, and in our Looked after Children's Teams. If you need to move to take up a job with us, you could also get a relocation package worth up to £10,000. Apply Now by sending us your CV and supporting statement stating which position you are applying for.
N.B. welcome and annual retention payments, and relocation package are subject to eligibility criteria. Salary for experienced, qualified children's social workers includes market forces payment.
Director (Designate) - Education and Early Help
An exciting opportunity has arisen to lead the Education and Early Help service within Children Services. We are creating a Council owned company, Worcestershire Children First (WCF), which will deliver children's services to our communities. The company which starts in shadow form on 1st April 2019, ready for formal launch on 1st October 2019, will be values led - children at our heart, valuing family life, quality education for all and protection from harm. This role provides an opportunity to play a key role in shaping, launching and leading the organisation.
Equality and Diversity
The Council is committed to promoting equality and diversity, and ensuring that all appointments are made based on the suitability of a candidate to the role only.
We are a 'Disability Confident Employer', which means we will guarantee an interview to any candidate with a disability who shows that they meet the essential criteria for the advertised role.
In line with the "Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, we do not automatically reject applicants with a criminal record. Every application will be considered individually, taking into account the nature and circumstances of the conviction and the type of work applied for. You will not be asked to disclose 'spent' convictions unless the work requires access to children and vulnerable adults.