As an organisation we’re committed to improving the lives of our customers and carers, working with them to promote their independence, capabilities, and wellbeing.
In Adult Social Care we’re always seeking to proactively improve the way we work. Change and adaptation are key to ensuring we deliver good quality services to our customers as we face population growth and increased demand on services.
It’s fair to say that it’s been a challenging time recently for everyone across the country, and indeed the world. As an organisation we are adapting to new ways of working, including working more remotely and creatively to meet the changing needs of not only our customers but also our people.
We employ individuals from all backgrounds with a variety of skills and abilities to best support and make a difference to the lives of residents across the county. We employ Social Workers, Social Care Practitioners, Occupational Therapists, Apprentices and many more . We all work together to promote independence, building on our customers skills and supporting our customers networks and their communities.
Our service supports our people to ‘do what they say’ and ‘be the best they can be’ to ensure that we provide creative and responsive support to individuals, families, and unpaid carers. Being responsible for the diverse needs of our residents means there are variety of opportunities for you.
The breadth of roles means you can shape your own career, whether that’s becoming the best at what you do or progressing with your strengths and ambition. By example, many Social Care Practitioners have joined apprenticeships, secondments, and training schemes to become registered Social Workers.
You’ll help residents in Warwickshire identify their strengths, achieve their ambitions and build trusting relationships.
We’re not rigid in how or where we work.
We operate agile working and know there are many ways to do a job well! Here in Adult Social Care, we recruit for full and part-time individuals. Whether you want a new challenge or a change of direction, a role in Adult Social Care could be for you.
‘This is the difference you make, working for Warwickshire.’
Warwickshire County Council doesn't work in isolation and is part of the Coventry and Warwickshire Health and Care Partnership, a group of local organisations working together to support our communities.