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Are you passionate and committed to improving the lives of others?

The Fed might have the ideal role for you.

We are recruiting an experienced, dynamic, motivated HCPC Registered Social Worker to support the Jewish community of Greater Manchester.

 

Your Responsibilities:-

Community work for an All Age client group.

Providing high quality social work

Networking with internal and external professionals and other agencies

 

The ideal candidate will :-

Hold proven experience in demonstrating your impact in achieving positive outcomes.

Have a passion for achieving excellence.

Be Professional and Accountable

Demonstrate a firm but fair attitude.

Have a warm and approachable nature.

Offer innovative and positive engagement

Be skilled in Assessment and creative care planning

Have knowledge and experience of the application of relevant Legislation

Use a client focused and resilience based approach

Demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills.

Generous Employment Benefits of working for the FED:

A diverse and rewarding role.

Competitive salary

*Pension Scheme

*Health Cover

Subsidized Staff canteen

Free on-site parking

Holiday Pay

Occupational Sick Pay (dependent on length of service)

This Role is subject to HCPC, Enhanced DBS and Reference checks.

The Fed is an exciting and supportive place to work, where our purpose is to provide outstanding support and help to our service users to become resilient, so they can thrive and achieve.

Closing date: 31st January 2019

If you are curious and a dynamic practitioner and would like to apply for this role, please contact: recruitment@thefed.org.uk or contact Rebecca: 0161 772 4800

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