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Social Work Qualified Link Worker


Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £26,470 to £34,000.00 per annum (depending on experience)

Reports to: Fostering Manager

Family Fostering Partners is an Independent Fostering Agency providing high quality family homes for children and young people who are looked after. We are proud to be a Tier 1 agency on the All Wales Fostering Framework, and our team is growing. We are looking for a Qualified Social Worker to join us as Link Worker, providing support and management to a small and manageable caseload of foster families. The families you will be working with are in the South Wales area, from Ammanford, Swansea and Bridgend, across to Cardiff and Newport in the East. We would welcome applications from newly qualified, or soon to be qualified social workers, (2020), as well as more experienced social workers. Family Fostering Partners can provide a supportive learning environment, with a focus on best practice.

Our ideal candidate will have experience of working with children and families and a good knowledge of fostering legislation. It is essential that you have a full driving licence and use of a car. Our office is based in Cross Hands, but you will be managing your own diary and there is the opportunity for some home working. We provide a supportive working environment with an emphasis on individual, team and service development.

Welsh speaking is desirable but not essential.

Closing date for applications- Monday 20th of July

Shortlisting of suitable candidates – Friday 25th of July

Interview dates -  5th of August. Venue to be confirmed and will depend on Covid restrictions. Interviews may take place via Teams.

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