Talent Pool - Children's Services
 

Social Worker (Grade 8) £31,998 - £39,147 (£41,025 unconsolidated maximum through progression) 

Assistant Team Manager (Grade 9) £38,229 - £45,666 (£47,544 unconsolidated maximum through progression)


We can offer you:
  • A competitive salary
  • A £1000 one-off welcome payment*
  • A £1000 annual retention payment*
  • An annual leave entitlement of up to 32 days
  • Reimbursement of your annual HCPC registration
  • Fuel allowance
  • Use of Zip car scheme
  • Subsidised gym memberships
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Discounts in local shops
  • Season ticket loan
  • Parking allocation
  • Introduce a friend scheme
*Please note some bonuses are only offered to those appointed on scale point 38 and above

We’re always keen to hear from qualified, passionate and talented social workers who would be interested in working for us. We are welcoming applications from experienced Social Workers who are able to show initiative, leadership and can develop our services to an outstanding standard. This will be with the full support of our Senior Leadership Team.

If you're interested in working for us but can't find a role that interests you at the moment, please apply here and include details of what teams you would be interested in working for. More information on our teams is available here.


The London Borough of Sutton is a , where it asks all residents to take part and take pride. With this we can commit to creating good quality life and inclusiveness for all residents.
Sutton Council’s children’s services embarked on a journey of improvement starting in May 2012. In November 2016 Ofsted inspectors carried out a inspection of services provided by Sutton Council to children in need of help and protection, children looked after and care leavers. It was announced in February 2017 that the provision of children’s services has been rated as ‘Good’.
Inspectors went on to highlight:
  • ‘Social workers see children regularly and work hard to ensure that they hear and act on children’s views.’
  • ‘Foster carers demonstrate real warmth towards the children in their care and take pride in their achievements.’
  • ‘Achieving permanent homes for children who need adoption is a priority and a strength in Sutton.’
  • ‘Children and young people are helped to contribute to their plans and reviews, and their views are listened to, to help make services better.’  
For more information about working with us and our teams, please visit our social work recruitment site – www.suttonsocialwork.com

For more information about the role, please click here to view the role profile
Directorate
People - Children's
Area
Sutton
Working Hours
Full-time
Contract Type
Permanent
Job Type
Children's Social Work
 
Social Worker (Grade 8) £31,998 - £39,147 (£41,025 unconsolidated maximum through progression) 

Assistant Team Manager (Grade 9) £38,229 - £45,666 (£47,544 unconsolidated maximum through progression)


We can offer you:
  • A competitive salary
  • A £1000 one-off welcome payment*
  • A £1000 annual retention payment*
  • An annual leave entitlement of up to 32 days
  • Reimbursement of your annual HCPC registration
  • Fuel allowance
  • Use of Zip car scheme
  • Subsidised gym memberships
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Discounts in local shops
  • Season ticket loan
  • Parking allocation
  • Introduce a friend scheme
*Please note some bonuses are only offered to those appointed on scale point 38 and above

We’re always keen to hear from qualified, passionate and talented social workers who would be interested in working for us. We are welcoming applications from experienced Social Workers who are able to show initiative, leadership and can develop our services to an outstanding standard. This will be with the full support of our Senior Leadership Team.

If you're interested in working for us but can't find a role that interests you at the moment, please apply here and include details of what teams you would be interested in working for. More information on our teams is available here.


The London Borough of Sutton is a , where it asks all residents to take part and take pride. With this we can commit to creating good quality life and inclusiveness for all residents.
Sutton Council’s children’s services embarked on a journey of improvement starting in May 2012. In November 2016 Ofsted inspectors carried out a inspection of services provided by Sutton Council to children in need of help and protection, children looked after and care leavers. It was announced in February 2017 that the provision of children’s services has been rated as ‘Good’.
Inspectors went on to highlight:
  • ‘Social workers see children regularly and work hard to ensure that they hear and act on children’s views.’
  • ‘Foster carers demonstrate real warmth towards the children in their care and take pride in their achievements.’
  • ‘Achieving permanent homes for children who need adoption is a priority and a strength in Sutton.’
  • ‘Children and young people are helped to contribute to their plans and reviews, and their views are listened to, to help make services better.’  
For more information about working with us and our teams, please visit our social work recruitment site – www.suttonsocialwork.com

For more information about the role, please click here to view the role profile