Qualified Social Worker - Targeted Youth Support Service

Role: Qualified Social Worker 
Location: West Midlands
Team: Pre-Birth Assessment Team
Pay: £33.30 per hour
Contract: Full-Time Contract
In the office: Hybrid

Embark on a rewarding journey as a Qualified Social Worker within the Targeted Youth Support Service of a prominent East Midlands local authority. This role offers a generous remuneration of £40 per hour, reflecting the value and impact of your expertise on the community.

As a dedicated professional in this position, you will play a pivotal role in shaping the lives of young individuals. Your work will directly contribute to the development of strategies and interventions that support the youth, guiding them towards brighter futures. This is more than a role; it's a chance to leave a lasting legacy in the lives of young people who stand at a crossroads.

The ideal candidate will possess a robust qualification in social work, coupled with registration with the relevant social work body. Your experience will demonstrate a profound understanding of the challenges faced by young people, and your approach will be both empathetic and pragmatic. A history of working within youth support services is highly desirable, showcasing your ability to navigate complex cases with professionalism and care.

Skills in communication and collaboration are paramount, as you will liaise with various stakeholders, including families, other professionals, and community groups. Your ability to assess risks and devise tailored support plans will be crucial in this role. A commitment to continuous professional development and adherence to ethical practices will be expected.

This role promises not just a substantial hourly rate but also the chance to work within a supportive team environment, where your skills will be both utilised and nurtured. The local authority is known for its commitment to employee development and well-being.

For a confidential discussion about how your aspirations align with this significant role, please reach out to Emily Cooper at 0790237315. Alternatively, express your interest and forward your CV via email to ecooper@sheldon-phillips.com. Your next career step awaits, where your expertise will be the cornerstone of change and growth within the community.