We are looking to recruit a permanent Senior Fieldwork Manager in Sheffield Children and Families front line services.

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Posted
Application deadline 20th November 2019
Job reference 900349
Job location Sheffield
Hours per-week 37
Salary £43,662 - £47,501 Grade 10

 

We are looking to recruit a permanent Senior Fieldwork Manager in Sheffield Children and Families front line services.  The first 12 months of the appointment will be working as the Signs of Safety Project Manager to continue to implement and embed the practice model across Children’s Services and Partner agencies. Thereafter, the postholder will work in fieldwork services.

Candidates will have experience of management projects and significant knowledge and experience of the Signs of Safety model.  The ability to advise and make decisions on complex cases as well as monitoring work plans to ensure performance standards are achieved, in terms of consistency and quality is an essential requirement to undertake the role in fieldwork services.

We are a learning organisation and have recently received a “Good” Ofsted rating.  We pride ourselves in excellent team working, with Senior Fieldwork Managers managing 6 FTE social workers. Newly qualified staff are supported and mentored by social work consultants and are on protected caseloads.

The postholder will report to the Improvement Programme Manager in the first 12 months whilst undertaking the Signs of Safety project work and Service Manager thereafter in fieldwork services.

Sheffield is the Lead Authority for the South Yorkshire Teaching Partnership and we offer our managers the opportunity to attend leadership and mentoring programmes or to gain a Post Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Management at the University Management school.

Sheffield offers an unrivalled quality of life, combining the best of city living with the beauty and tranquility of the Peak District National Park. On offer are all the benefits of living in the 5th largest city; shopping, entertainment, theatres, sport, good schools and excellent transport links – all at affordable prices.

We’re committed to fairness and social justice and welcome applications from everyone. We value our diverse workforce and aim to work together to make the most of our differences. Under the Disability Confident Scheme, disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria of this job are guaranteed an interview.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of children and vulnerable adults and expect all staff to share this commitment. All successful candidates will be required to complete an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check.

How to apply


Apply via email: recruitmentandtalent@sheffield.gov.uk

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