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Sanctuary Personnel has access to the most complete range of available social work jobs in Scotland.
Our unrivalled network of clients in Scotland means we can offer social workers a complete range of social work jobs. Our low staff turnover also means that our consultants have many years experience in social work recruitment, and have built excellent working relationships with hiring managers to ensure the highest levels of customer service to both candidates and clients in Scotland.
Adult Services Social Work Jobs in the Scotland:
Following the Children Act 2004, Social Services was split and Adult Services departments aligned with Health Services were formed. A Director of Adult Services heads the department which holds responsibility for assessing the needs of, and providing support to, older, disabled or vulnerable people in the community in line with statutory law and government guidance.
An Adult Services department is typically formed by the following social work teams which are made up from Social Work Managers, Qualified Social Workers and Qualified/Unqualified Care Managers.
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Following the Children Act 2004, Social Services was split and Children’s Services departments aligned with Education were formed. A Director of Children’s Services heads the department which holds responsibility for protecting and supporting vulnerable children and young people.
A Children Services department is typically formed by the following social work teams which are made up of Social Work Managers, Qualified Social Workers and Unqualified Social Work Assistants/Family Support Workers.
For our latest social work jobs in Scotland within Children’s Services, please click here.
Social Work job roles that Sanctuary recruit for in Scotland:
- Newly qualified
- Experienced and advanced Social Workers
- Senior Practitioners
- Independent Reviewing Officers
- Form E/F/Kinship Assessors
- CP Chairs
- Team Managers
- Service Manager
- Executive Posts
- Adults locality and community
- Hospital discharge
- Learning disabilities
- Older people
- Mental health
- Physical disabilities.
- Child protection/safeguarding
- Children in need (CIN)
- Family court teams
- Looked after children (LAC)
- Duty/Initial/Referral/Contact and assessment teams
- Disabled Children
- Leaving care and Pathways
- Family support
- Permanency and special guardianship