Senior Practitioner

| Regional Adoption Agency

We are seeking a dynamic adoption support senior practitioner wishing to play an active role in the delivery and development of a high quality adoption service but as part of the Coram Ambitious for Adoption Regional Adoption Agency.


Supervising Social Worker (Fostering) Part Time

| Acorn House (Fostering Services) Limited

We are looking for a Supervising Social Worker to manage a small caseload of foster carers in the West Midlands (3 families initially). We are a small agency looking to expand our footprint in the region and the new SSW will be an integral part of this growth. The postholder will be well supported, well trained and will be part of a lively team.

Hours are flexible to suit both parties but you will be expected to attend any meetings related to children / foster carers - these are generally known about well in advance.

Please send your CV in the first instance and we will arrange an informal chat with our Registered Manager prior to interview.

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Social Worker - Adoption

| Surrey County Council

Adoption South East (ASE) is a regional adoption agency that delivers adoption services on behalf of four local authorities (Surrey, West Sussex, East Sussex and Brighton and Hove) under a partnership agreement. Due to recent promotions in the Woking team there are now two social worker vacancies, one full time and one part time.


Practice Support Consultant - South West of England (PT)

| The Fostering Network

The Fostering Network are looking for an outstanding individual to join our well-established team of Practice Support Consultants, based regionally across England. The postholder will be the lead contact for members of The Fostering Network across the South West of England, liaising with fostering services in the region and providing our members with high quality practice support and advice. The postholder will be experienced in working independently and able to engage with stakeholders both virtually and in person. The postholder will have a strong experience of children’s social care, especially fostering, likely developed through a career in social work, as a foster carer, or care experience. The postholder will have a proven understanding of practice issues in relation to foster care, and demonstrable knowledge of fostering legislation and guidance in England. The postholder will have the skills needed to deliver high quality practice support across the fostering sector.