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We love social workers

Yes, we know that’s a bold statement to make. But join our adults or children’s social care teams in locations around Cambridgeshire and you’ll quickly find out we mean it. Our social workers do all they can to make the lives of our residents better. And that’s exactly what we aim to do for our social workers.

Make the move – we offer a salary between £32,825 - £40,198, a relocation package of up to £8,000 – and you'll benefit from generous annual holidays, an excellent pension scheme, flexible working, and plenty of opportunities for training and career progression.

We aren’t what you might think a typical local government organisation looks like. We understand the work you do on a daily basis and we provide the support you need to make a difference to the residents of Cambridgeshire.

But most importantly you will be part of a team that will have your back.

For adults social work, we currently have openings in a range of areas including:

The Adult and Autism team covers the whole of Cambridgeshire supporting individuals from the ages of 18 years up to 75 years as well as their linked informal carers. They support those with Autism without a related learning disability, and others with eligible needs under the Care Act 2014 who do not sit with another statutory social care service. The team is based in St Ives, Cambridgeshire.

The Adult Early Help team provide advice and support to anyone over the age of 18, who is seeking support or social care. The team is made up of Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, Adult Support Coordinators and Welfare Benefit Advisors from a variety of backgrounds. They offer support to individuals and also to families and carers. The team is based in St Ives, Cambridgeshire.

The team support adults being discharged from a stay in hospital, by setting up care after they are discharged. The team refers people in need to a range of care services such as Reablement, long term care providers or other community care providers. The team is based in two locations one being Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, the other in Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Huntingdon (with some cover in Peterborough Hospital).

The team provides integrated health and social care services to adults with a learning disability. Team members carry out individual assessments in a range of environments including the persons own home, the day service or in the community. The teams work alongside psychiatrists, psychologists, community nurses, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, physiotherapists and health care assistants. The team are located across Cambridgeshire including Cambridge, Toft, Fenland and Huntingdon.

Mental Health services across Cambridgeshire are provided by the Cambridge and Peterborough Foundation Trust (CPFT). The teams cover a variety of areas, working alongside Consultant Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Psychiatric Nurses and Occupational Therapists with an aim of trying and help people recover or live with their illness in the most positive way possible. The team are located across Cambridgeshire including Cambridge, Huntingdon and Fenland.

The Older People’s team work with anyone over the age of 65, who are in need of care, support and safeguarding. The team aspires to enable people to make choices and take control to ultimately live healthy, fulfilled, socially engaged and independent lives. The team are located across Cambridgeshire with bases in Cambridge, Huntingdon, Fenland and East Cambridgeshire.

The team provides services to people aged 18 to 75 years, to support with a range of care needs with an aim to keep people living at home and within their communities for as long as possible. They do this by assessing and reviewing service users with a Physical Disability under the Care Act 2014. The team are based in St Ives, Cambridgeshire.

The Reablement team provide short term support tailored to their service users’ individual needs, to help them (re)learn the skills needed for daily living and reduce the amount of care and support they need. The team is made up of Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, Care Coordinators, Support Workers and Adult Support Coordinators. Their programmes can last from as little as a few days to a few weeks and are focused on helping service users achieve goals that they set for themselves to maintain their independence. The team are based across Cambridgeshire with bases in Cambridge, Ely, Huntingdon and Fenland.

Click here for current vacancies in children’s social work.

If you like the sound of moving to an authority where social workers feel valued and are challenged, click here to apply online now. You can get in touch with us today by calling Megan on 01223 699263 for all adult positions or Caroline on 01354 750325 for all children’s roles. Alternatively, you can email us on [email protected]

Oh, and if you’re wondering whether Cambridgeshire really does love its social workers, we’ll arrange for you to speak to a member of our team to see if our boldness is justified.

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