IAC – The Centre for Adoption Vacancy: Adoption Assessment Social Worker
CASA member IAC – The Centre for Adoption are currently recruiting for the following vacancy:
Adoption Assessment Social Worker
Salary: £35,000 - £40,000
Hours: 35 hours per week (full time)
Location: The role is based at the IAC office in Barnet, Herts, but will include significant travelling in the UK which occasionally might necessitate an overnight stay.
Come and join IAC - The Centre for Adoption (IAC). IAC is an outstanding adoption agency (Ofsted Inspections 2014 and 2017) and is the lead agency for the Intercountry Adoption Regional Adoption Agency for England. Based in Barnet it has both UK-wide and international reach as it is the only adoption agency in the UK to be recognised as foreign partner adoption agency in States of origin from where children are placed in intercountry adoption. IAC also has a small domestic adoption programme principally for intercountry adopters seeking to change their focus to the adoption of children in the UK.
IAC is seeking to recruit a Social Worker in our busy Assessment Team. The successful applicant will undertake face to face client contact and direct assessment work in the Intercountry Assessment Team.
You should be HCPC registered, with a professional social work qualification and solid post qualifying experience in Children and Families work and Adoption Services.
Closing date for application: TBC
Tentative interview date: TBC
For an informal discussion contact Irene Levine, Operations Director on 0208 449 2562.
For an application pack please contact Claire Palmer on 020 8449 2562 or by email email@example.com.
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