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HIV Family Support Social Worker role (Maternity Cover)

Job Type

Salary

Location

Fixed-term

Region

£28,171-£32,000

Posted Date

South East

5 April 2022

South London

Closing Date

27 April 2022

As the HIV Family Support Social Worker, you will deliver a programme of social work support to families living with or affected by HIV.

You will be responsible for line managing a team of Family Support Workers (2 posts within the wider team), volunteers, and student social workers and for providing practical, emotional and social support to clients one-to-one and in groups. This will involve meeting families in their own homes and in community locations to assess their needs, case planning, and linkage to other services.

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