- Various Locations In Scottish Borders, TD6 0SA
- £35,588.92 - £38,892.17 per year
- Contract Type:
- Position Type:
- Full Time & Part Time
- 35 hours per week
This position has expired.
Hourly Rate: £19.50 - £21.31
Salary: £35,588.92 - £38,892.17 Pro Rata Per Annum
Contract Duration: Permanent
Please note there are 4 posts available:
2x 35 Hours per Week - Duns
1 x 21 Hours per Week - Duns
1 x 25 Hours per Week - Hawick
Please indicate on your application which post(s) you are applying for.
We are looking for enthusiastic social workers to be part of supportive and busy Children and Families Long Term Teams in the East of the Scottish Borders. We have posts in Duns and a post in Hawick. The post holders will be part of teams working with children, young people and families facing difficulties and who need long term social work. This includes children subject to child protection registration as well as within the legal framework of the Children's Hearing system. The post holder will work with looked After Children, including children subject to permanence planning.
An approved qualification in Social Work and registration with Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC.)
A current driving licence and use of a vehicle is an essential requirement of this post.
*If you have a disability which precludes you from holding a drivers licence, Scottish Borders Council will take into account its responsibility to make reasonable adjustments to allow for your disability. Should it be possible to make such an adjustment in order that you can undertake the travel responsibilities of the post, this will be taken into account in consideration for this role.
Informal enquiries can be made to Matt Thomas (Duns) by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by tel 01361 886115 or Laura Mitchell (Hawick) by emailing Laura.Mitchell@scotborders.gov.uk or by tel 01450364777
Scottish Borders Council is committed to improving the diversity of its workforce to better reflect the communities we serve. We welcome applications from all minority groups and individuals who identify with one or more of the protected characteristics as defined by the Equality Act 2010. In particular from candidates who assess themselves as having a disability, under the Disability Confident Employer scheme this guarantees an interview to those individuals who meet the essential criteria of the post. All appointments will be made on merit.