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Caritas Diocese of Salford

Social Workers

Job Type

Salary

Location

Permanent

Region

£25,927 - £30,984

Posted Date

North West

4 April 2022

BASED ACROSS THE DIOCESE OF SALFORD

Closing Date

13 April 2022

We require Social Workers to provide a high quality social work service in schools across the Diocese of Salford.

You will work directly with children and young people, their parents, carers and schools in order to further the child’s welfare and provide the interventions necessary to enable them to use their learning opportunities to the full.

To apply you will have experience of working with children and families and experience of direct work with children. The role includes supporting school staff with safeguarding. You will also be flexible and have competent IT skills. Salary includes accrued annual leave.

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