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Children's information & Advice officer (MASH)

  • Job reference: DT2303
  • Location: Hertfordshire
  • Job type: Temporary
  • Area of Expertise: Unqualified Social Work
Job description: Service Care Solutions are currently recruiting a Children's Information & Advice Officer to join the MASH team based in Farnham, Hertfordshire.

This is a great opportunity and the role will include the following:
*To ensure that Children and families get the right response to the concerns raised within an appropriate timeframe and the right agency.
*Responding to all referrals into the team
*Clear and accurate information to be recorded on each child's ICS record
*Assist social workers and assistants with chronologies, agency checks, recording letters etc
*Liaise with schools, parents and other professionals as directed by the manager
*Taking calls from professionals and parents and responding to crisis within the team
*Assisting working with completing electronic forms
*Ensuring room bookings are made and attending and taking meetings held at the office

For this position, the following is desirable:
*Previous experience within Children's service
*The ability to be flexible with hours
*Ability to work well under pressure and work closely with your team and other professionals


Working with Service Care Solutions comes with many benefits, including -
*A specialist consultant within an experience and dedicated Social Work recruitment team
*Excellent rates of pay. This job offers an hourly rate of £14PH depending on experience
*An extensive range of Social Work vacancies available throughout the UK
*Payroll service twice a week

If you are interested in the role, or know of anyone who may be, please contact Delanie at Service Care Solutions on 01772 208964 or email Delanie.Heyes@servicecare.org.uk.

Service Care Solutions also offers a £250 referral bonus! So if you know of anyone who would be perfect for this position and they are placed into work, you will receive £250 for the referral once their probationary period has been completed!