West Sussex, England
£36 - £38 per hour
8 months ago
The role of a social worker is a challenging one, requiring a range of complex skills and a sound knowledge base from which to practice. Of paramount importance are the skills and knowledge required to carry out high quality assessments and implement effective interventions with families.
Social workers must possess an understanding of both the physical and emotional development of children and young people, have the ability to make positive relationships with families and other professionals and possess strong report writing and oral skills. Social workers also need to be confident, articulate, professional and energetic, and possess emotional resilience and determination.
This is a crucial responsive front line role demanding a good level of critical thinking and creativity, and the need to work at a fast pace. Directly responsible for supporting children within their families or in care settings, taking timely action to protect children and working with other services to ensure their needs are met.
If you are interested in this role please send your updated CV in the first instance.