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Shooting Star Children's Hospices

Transition Social Worker

Job Type

Permanent

Reference 

Social Work

Salary

Location

£30,669 - £34,728

Posted Date

14 November 2023

Guildford

Closing Date

28 November 2023

When young people in our care approach adulthood, our Transition Team support them and their families to find services they will need and to live as independently as possible, according to their wishes.



If you’re interested in this role, please contact Sarah Hodkinson sarah.hodkinson@shootingstar.org.uk or lisa.dennis@shootingstar.org.uk



Opportunity to:

Deliver our Transition Care Pathway, engaging young people and families in understanding what to expect, and proactively offering expert support to your caseload.
Work within a truly multidisciplinary team of specialists and experts, who come together to holistically assess, support and improve outcomes for children, young people and families living with life-limiting diagnosis.
Work as part of the Safeguarding Team, providing social work expertise for young people aged 14+, ensuring that their welfare is promoted.
Enhance the profile and importance of transition care within all care services provided by SSCH, and work closely with key partners in the community, to build successful transitions for young people.

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