Do you want to make Warwickshire more child friendly? Our aim is to make our county as safe, stable and full of opportunity as possible for children and young people with access to good health, education and other services.
The needs of children and families guide our social work practice as we work with them to help them be as healthy, happy, safe, skilled and heard as possible. It’s a big responsibility that can be challenging at times, but this is what drives us to develop and achieve, and you’ll be given the support an encouragement to develop and learn different skills.
Now is an exciting time to be a part of our team, the service received a Good Ofsted rating at the beginning of 2022 and we’re building on this by expanding our workforce and investing in sustainable services to make a difference to the lives of children and families.
If you want to build strong relationships and connections with families, join Warwickshire’s Children and Families service.
Contribute to making Warwickshire more child friendly
Social Workers - all teams in Children & Families
Warwickshire places children’s needs at the heart of all it does and works hard to ensure their voices are heard.
Do you want to make Warwickshire more child friendly? Our aim is to make our county as safe, stable, and full of opportunity as possible for children and young people with access to good health, education, and other services.
We are looking for committed qualified social workers across all of our teams and districts.
If you aren’t yet qualified, we may also be able to offer you an opportunity if you are nearing the end of your degree.
Take a look at our advert for more information on working with us and how to apply.
Social Worker vacancies in ACE - Adoption Central England
There are full-time and part-time vacancies for experienced social workers to work in our regional adoption agency, Adoption Central England (ACE).
Set up 5 years ago, ACE is the regional adoption agency for Coventry, Solihull, Herefordshire, Warwickshire, and Worcestershire and provide the full range of adoption services.
Do you have a minimum of 3 years post qualifying experience? Are you looking for a career development opportunity working in a multi-agency environment, helping to meet the needs for everyone involved in the fostering process?
If so, please read more about the role and find out how to apply
Lead Practitioner - Out of Hours - Emergency Duty Team
The Emergency Duty Team is a Countywide Out of Hours Social Work Service that operates in the evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays when mainstream day services are closed.
We offer support, advice and guidance out of hours to families and professionals and cover both childrens and adult social care in Warwickshire.
We need an experienced social worker to work as a lead practitioner, who can provide mentoring, coaching and practice expertise to the team.
This is also an opportunity to step onto the managerial ladder.
Child Friendly Warwickshire
Children and young people in Warwickshire are at the heart of all we do and we build strong relationships and connections with families to help them find long-lasting solutions. The needs of children and their families guide our social work practice as we work with them to achieve the best outcomes.
This is all part of our Child Friendly Warwickshire programme which is designed to help make Warwickshire as safe, stable and full of opportunity for young people as possible with access to good health, education and other services.
Social work in Warwickshire is rewarding and fulfilling and offers plenty of variety and challenge. The training and development opportunities available mean you can shape your own career, whether that’s becoming the best at what you do, progressing with your strengths and ambition or exploring interests in other areas, you’ll grow into who you want to be.
If you'd like to find out more about our service or you have any questions about working in the Children and Families Service, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be there for children and families in Warwickshire. Be a social worker.