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As the capital city of Wales, Cardiff is a diverse multi-cultural city with lots to offer for individuals who live and work in the city.

We are in an exciting phase of development within children’s services and we are looking for social workers to be part of this committed drive to care, support and protect the children we are working with on a day to day basis.

Social Workers interested in joining the teams in Cardiff will be supported by high levels of guidance, supervision, mentoring and access to excellent learning and development opportunities.

As a large Local Authority Cardiff is continuing to look to invest in services to support their workforce and has an excellent rate of pay on offer which recognises the level of experience you can bring to the role.

If you are passionate about getting the best for children in need of care and support including children who are subject to child protection plans and those in pre or care proceedings we would like to hear from you.

Social workers across the country face the stress of increasing workloads, with excessive pressure linked to high drop-out rates and the loss of experienced workers from the profession.

But in Cardiff things are changing, making working for the Council very appealing because they have been given a fantastic investment within the service with the aim to support social workers with:

• Reducing to effective working case loads
• Latest mobile technology enabling you to work more flexibly as part of our Agile working Policy with access to a number of hubs across the city to support workers in their time management and work life balance.
• Further promoting the excellent supportive and reflective supervision that is provided by Managers
• Excellent relationships with our partner agencies
• A continued nurturing culture with a high levels of support
• A strong cooperate commitment from the council to support and invest within the service
• Access to a range of post qualifying and specialist training
• The Implementation of the Signs of Safety Framework to promote a consistent approach across the service

At Service Care Solutions we also offer a £250 bonus for referrals! If you think you know someone who would be ideal for this role and they are placed in the job you will then receive £250 at the end of their probationary period. For more information about the changes taking place at Cardiff Council, or to refer someone else, then please do not hesitate to contact Eilidh at Service Care Solutions on 01772208964.
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