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Cornerstone UK

Social Worker (Full Time)

Job Type

Permanent

Region

Yorkshire, East Midlands, North East

Salary

Location

£31,000-35,000 per annum for full time (depending on skills and experience)

Posted Date

24 January 2023

Doncaster

Closing Date

1 February 2023

As a member of a small team you will:

• Carry out assessments (Form Fs) on new applicants.
• Enable carers to achieve and maintain the highest standards of practice.
• Contribute to effective care planning for children looked after by Cornerstone (in accordance with departmental guidelines and procedures).
• As a Christian organisation Cornerstone only employs Christian Social Work staff who affirm the ‘Statement of Faith’ and who agree to the ‘Code of Practice’.
• Participating in the on-call duty rota providing emergency cover for carers.
• To cover an extended geographical area in Yorkshire, East Midlands and/or North West
• To support families in transition to adoption for children where this is their plan.
• To work with the Post Adoption Support Team.
• To assist in the preparation of Adoption Assessments (PAR).

We are looking to recruit to this post as quickly as possible and will be having interviews continuously.

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