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Social Worker - Intensive Intervention

Social Worker - Intensive Intervention

We are currently searching for Social Workers for Rhondda Cynon Taf's Intensive Intervention Teams.

We are also welcoming applications from final year students who will qualify later this year.

Grade 11 (£36,371) Entry Level Social Worker and registration with Social Care Wales.

Grade 12 (£39,571) Experienced Social Worker ~ minimum of 3 years post qualifying experience and registration with Social Care Wales.

All staff within our Intensive Intervention Teams (East and West, 1,2,3) are eligible to receive a £2000.00 market supplement. This is regardless of length of post qualifying experience and will be reviewed in May 2023. This payment will be paid pro rata on a monthly basis.

About the Teams

Intensive intervention (East and West 1,2,3)

Our Intensive Intervention teams offer the opportunity to work with children with wide ranging needs, which includes children subject to care and support plans (CASP), Children Looked After (CLA) and those in the child protection arena. This affords a variety of work and learning opportunities. We have focussed our resources to support social workers to deliver high quality assessments, plans and direct work, to improve the experience and outcomes for children.

Our Offer to you

Working at Rhondda Cynon Taf Children’s Services, you will have access to a wide range of staff benefits, as well as an extensive range of learning and development opportunities. We also want to do everything we can to ensure that we protect your wellbeing, and you have a positive work/life balance. All our practitioners are supported by a strong, experienced management team both at strategic and operational levels. You will manage a defined caseload while building and maintaining links with partner agencies. We also offer excellent supervision opportunities.

Other staff benefits include:

* The right to request flexible working and we have supportive policies for parents which include enhanced maternity, adoption and paternity pay. We also work in an agile way, which enables you to work from both home and the office.

* Access to our Occupational Health Unit and CARI, our new digital confidential wellbeing tool.

* 25 days annual leave, rising to 30 days after 5 years’ service. There is also an option to purchase additional annual leave to a maximum of 10 days (pro rata) per year.

* A generous Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).

* Access to our dedicated in-house Learning and Development Centre, which actively supports practitioners at each level to maintain their skills and Continuous Professional Development.

* We are also developing a programme to support practitioner wellbeing in RCT Children’s Services, with the focus of nurturing supportive resilient teams.

Additional Council wide benefits include our Cycle to Work scheme, discounted LeisureForLife membership and a staff discount Vectis card.

This is just some of what we have to offer, take a look at our dedicated Children’s Services webpages for more information about why you should choose a Social Work career in RCT

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