Last week, we reported Birmingham topping a list of England’s fastest improving cities. This week Britain’s second city has hit further heights – appearing amongst Europe’s top locations for property investment, the highest placed UK city. The results are taken from 2017’s ‘Emerging Trends in Real Estate’ report. Birmingham’s ongoing regeneration played a significant…
As one of our Social Workers, we’ll look to you to safeguard and promote the welfare of the most vulnerable children and young people in the City through the delivery of high quality services. Responsible for a caseload of children and young people, you will ensure those services are delivered in accordance with best practice and that all legislative requirements are met.
You’ll assess and plan for children in need of protection and children in care, involving multi agency partners according to need. You’ll implement, monitor and review children’s plans to ensure their needs are being met. And you’ll ensure that meetings are proactive and timely, and accommodate the child or young person’s needs, wishes and feelings.
We’ll expect you to actively promote a ‘joined-up’ approach to partnership working, both with service users as well as other teams, agencies and organisations. And, in addition to preparing and presenting reports to conferences, courts and panels, you’ll support the Team Manager by undertaking any other duties commensurate with the job or needs of the service.