Family Support Worker

Posted 01 August 2022
Salary £16 - 18 per hour + Negotiable dependent on experience
LocationNorthampton
Job type Contract
DisciplineHealth & Social Care
ReferenceFSW Northampton
Contact NameAdam Zyda

Job description

Spencer Clarke Group are looking for Family Support Workers to work within a local authority based in Northampton.

Contract – Full time – Monday - Friday

3 - 6 month initial contract – ongoing on a month to month basis after

Working hours – 37 hours per week

Rate of pay: £16 - £18 per hour

Negotiable depending on experience – Please send your CV with the required rate

About the role

  • To work directly with families, in partnership with other agencies, to deliver and provide services to children, young people and families as their needs dictate to ensure the welfare of children and young people is safeguarded and they are protected in accordance with the legal and statutory obligations of Northamptonshire County Council.
  • The post will cover a designated area of work in Fieldwork Services provision within the Children and Young People’s Service. Children and Young People’s Service provides support to families in need using a range of services including Education, Childcare Teams, Adolescent Services, Out of Hours Service and Fostering and Adoption Services.
  • The service helps children with various needs: those who have learning difficulties, need help with schooling, have social problems, need protecting from harm, or who are in contact with legal authorities. They also provide a dedicated service to children with disabilities

About you

  • Experience within a social care setting
  • Previous experience within a similar setting is essential

About us

  • We offer a £250 referral bonus – so please pass on any details to someone who you think may be interested!
  • We supply to hundreds of councils across the UK!
  • Nationwide Supplier to the NHS!

If you are interested in this role, please contact Adam @ Spencer Clarke Group – 01772 954200 / az@spencerclarkegroup.co.uk

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