Newly Qualified Social Worker- Graduate Entry Training Scheme (Hampshire County Council)
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- Full Time
Are you an ambitious and forward thinking Newly Qualified Social Worker (NQSC) interested in joining one of the top performing local authorities to build your career in social work?
- Hampshire County Council’s Children’s Services are undergoing unprecedented growth and are recruiting Newly Qualified Social Workers to join our Graduate Entry
- Training Scheme (GETS.) Our pioneering Scheme is an entirely new way of supporting our social workers through their Assessed and Supported Year in Employment and will ensure that you build the very best foundations in skills and confidence to equip you for the challenges of front line social work.
- You will join a cohort of other Newly Qualified Social Workers and as a group you will undertake an intensive four week induction period of high quality training and support.
- Following this you will join one of our district based teams for a five month secondment, allowing you time to develop your skills portfolio.
- You will also have further development days and shadowing opportunities during this time where you continue to learn together and support each other as a cohort of Graduate Trainees.
- For the final six months you will be appointed into your substantive post to complete your Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE.) On successful completion of your ASYE, you will be offered ongoing support for a further year which will enable you to consolidate your learning as you become a more experienced social worker.
- With a very competitive starting salary and great benefits, it’s an exciting time to join Hampshire County Council Children’s Services.
- As one of only 15 local authorities selected by the Department of Education to be a Partner in Practice, we have embarked upon an ambitious journey to revolutionise practice and processes to allow social workers greater flexibility in the way that they work.
- Strong collaborative working relationships and a network of multi agency hubs means that this is the idea place to begin your social work journey.
- In your application, we would like to hear about your skills and strengths and in particular we want to hear about your social work placements and the learning that you have gained from those experiences.
- Reading the person specification carefully and telling us how you meet it is vital in order to get your application noticed but we are also happy to see any additional information you might want to give us in a CV or Cover Letter.
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