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Catholic Care

School Social Work

Job Type

Permanent

Reference 

Social Work

Salary

Location

£29,945 to £33,945

Posted Date

24 October 2023

West Yorkshire

Closing Date

24 November 2023

Are you a motivated, passionate and experienced social worker with an inspiring approach that is committed to making a real difference to the lives of children, young people and their families? If so, please read on.

The Schools, Children and Family Wellbeing Service provides therapeutic social work services to school across West and parts of North Yorkshire working alongside staff in school and outside agencies.

Would you like to use your social work skills to provide a high quality therapeutic social work service in schools? We are looking for dedicated individuals who wish to be part of a dynamic preventative service helping children and young people achieve their full potential.

The deadline for application is Open until the vacancy has been filled.

About Us
Thank you for your interest in Catholic Care, caring is our passion. We have been putting people at the heart of everything we do for 160 years. All that we do works towards our vision and values; to provide the best care possible with compassion and dignity. We’re committed to looking after people, both staff and our service users. Join us, and you’ll receive a warm welcome.

Experience and Qualifications
You must hold a Social Work Qualification.

You should have counselling and group-work skills, and be able to work in a multi-disciplinary way as part of the school’s pastoral care team.

You should be able to communicate effectively – in both written and verbal forms

What we offer our employees
Our values drive everything we do. We Value you.

The people we support are at the heart of everything we do, we truly value our incredible staff and are committed to ensure they are fully supported.

Feedback from our recent staff survey told us:

Catholic Care is a wonderful charity to work for.
This is the best job. You will not find a more interesting and rewarding job, you will be making a genuine difference to someone’s life
You’ll have the opportunity to work flexibly with our range of contracts

You will have full access to our online training packages.

You will get the opportunity to work with some great colleagues and work as “a team”.

Your wellbeing and happiness will always be a priority, so you can access our excellent health and wellbeing strategy including access to The Calm App and a Wellbeing Champions Network.

We recognise the work our staff do and pay highly competitive rates of pay.

What we offer our employees:
- Competitive salary
- A minimum of 26 days annual holiday plus bank holidays (f/t).
- comprehensive induction programme with ongoing learning and development
- Regular supervision
- Investors in People & Mindful Employer
- Competitive Salary
- Group Personal Pension Scheme
- Healthcare Scheme
- Life Insurance Cover
- Holiday Pay
- Sickness Pay
- Cycle to Work Scheme
- Employee Referral Bonus Scheme
- The successful applicant will demonstrate a passion for high quality caring for children and young people and be enthusiastic in playing their part in this service

If you require any help or would like more information please email recruitment@catholic-care.org.uk

Catholic Care is an Equal Opportunities employer.

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