Employer Spotlight – Eden Brown Synergy

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Eden Brown Synergy have confirmed their attendance at Work and Care Together on Monday 11th June!

As one of the longest established public sector recruitment suppliers in the UK, we know they’ll bring some fantastic experience to One Stop Social’s first convention! Make sure you’ve registered for a free ticket to attend and speak with one of their specialist professionals to help you find your next role.[/vc_column_text][vc_cta h2=”Work & Care Together” txt_align=”center” add_button=”bottom” btn_title=”Book Now” btn_color=”warning” btn_align=”center” btn_link=”url:https%3A%2F%2Fwww.eventbrite.co.uk%2Fe%2Fwork-and-care-together-tickets-44223467582||target:%20_blank|rel:nofollow”]Book your free general admission ticket at our eventbrite page now[/vc_cta][vc_column_text]With a client base that spans social services departments as well as private, non-statutory and voluntary organisations throughout the UK, Eden Brown Synergy has a long track record of placing qualified social workers and care professionals into a range of locum and permanent roles.

Their national network of highly specialist social care consultants have developed a network of candidates and clients across the country resulting in a partnership with over 180 Local Authorities, organisations such as CAFCASS and Action for Children , as well as a large range of private fostering agencies, hospitals and care providers.

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At Eden Brown Synergy, we never forget that you are an individual – and as a professional with as demanding and challenging a career as social care – they know that the right fit is vital.


Eden Brown Synergy has a long track record of recruiting within the social care sector and has worked in active partnership with a large number of Local Authorities, NHS Trusts, charities and non-statutory government bodies.[/vc_column_text][vc_btn title=”See Eden Brown Synergy Latest Jobs” color=”warning” size=”lg” align=”center” button_block=”true” link=”url:https%3A%2F%2Fwww.onestopsocial.co.uk%2Ffind-a-job%2F||target:%20_blank|rel:nofollow”][vc_cta h2=”What we do” txt_align=”center”]

One Stop Social is the fastest growing specialist social work and care professionals hub in the UK.

It’s the place to search, find and refer to the latest training, events, resources and jobs.

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Greater Manchester Social Work Academy Collaboration


As One Stop Social are driven by our commitment to the highest quality of support and development for social work and care professionals across the UK, we know we do things a little bit differently. Our ‘customers’, social media followers and everyone invested in our success are an extended One Stop Social community. And, like any good community, we like to celebrate good news with you when it comes our way. Our recent collaboration is most definitely good news.

We’re so excited to announce that we’ve partnered with the Greater Manchester Social Work Academy (GMSWA)! Don’t know what GMSWA are? That’s what we’re setting about to fix! We’ll be showcasing their Teaching Partnership and helping promote the positive change within the sector.

The GMSWA is a grouping of 3 Higher Education Institutions (Salford University, Manchester Metropolitan and Manchester University) and 10 Local Authorities (Salford, Manchester, Rochdale, Oldham, Bolton, Bury, Tameside, Stockport, Wigan and Trafford) and some private and voluntary sector representatives (PVI’s).

The Academy hopes to offer an integrated, co-ordinated and high-quality response to Social Work training, practice and continuous professional development across Greater Manchester. Our collaboration will be to raise their profile to social work practitioners across the region and nationally, so that more people in the sector know how the GMSWA can facilitate professional development and the fantastic work they’re currently undertaking.

We know this collaboration will help us stay true to our goal of putting you, the social work and care professionals, first – keep an eye out for more news soon!

Are you a final year social work student based in either Salford University, Manchester Metropolitan and Manchester University? Then make sure to register for the Greater Manchester Social Work Academy Careers Fair on 27th April! It’s free to attend and is a chance to network with NQSWs and get some interview advice!

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Are you a final year social work student based in either Salford University, Manchester Metropolitan and Manchester University? Then make sure to register for the Greater Manchester Social Work Academy Careers Fair on 27th April! It’s free to attend and is a chance to network with NQSWs and get some interview advice!


Social Personnel – Recruiting with a difference


Social Personnel first opened its doors in 2014 with the aim of delivering high-quality recruitment solutions to our clients, and in doing so, ensuring also we find our candidates the right role for them.

Since our inception, we have gone from strength to strength and become one of the fastest growing recruitment agencies in the UK, supplying specialist social care staff at all levels across the UK.

Social Personnel offer a variety of recruitment solutions for our clients:

  • Temporary/Interim Recruitment Temporary/Interim Recruitment

  • Qualified and Unqualified Social Work Recruitment (Locum)

  • Permanent Recruitment – Including Fixed-Term Contract

  • Pilot and Improvement Teams – OFSTED Readiness and Backlog/Case Management

  • Quality Assurance/Improvement Reviews

We believe we are different because of the emphasis we put on our level of service for all. We have two guiding principles that we ensure are put into practice every day. The first is the right person for the right job. We aim to match candidates to jobs not only in skills and expertise, but also into a team that is an all-round fit. We have built excellent relationships with our clients, and that gives us a great understanding of the environment they work in, so we know that you’ll fit right in.

Our second is the start of your job is the start of our relationship. To ensure that this is always the case, we have dedicated Customer Relations Team, purely for candidate’s use to make sure their experience is nothing but excellent.

Current vacancies

Principal Manager – Conference and Review – West Sussex

Qualified Social Worker – Referral and Assessment – South London

Advanced Practitioner – Permanence – North London

Social Work – Various Permanent Positions – South London

Social Work – Various Permanent Positions – North London

Social Work – Various Permanent Positions – East London

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Join Coventry Council’s Social Work Academy


Coventry City Council are seeking enthusiastic and dynamic Newly Qualified Social Workers to be part of our Social Work Academy. Coventry’s Social Work Academy will upskill Newly Qualified Social Workers from the start of their professional careers to be confident in the work they deliver, with the reassurance that within the high levels of challenge, there is a highly supportive network and framework around them to enable them to do their job well!

What is the Social Work Academy (SWA)?

In Coventry we know it is absolutely crucial for our social workers to have continuous professional development – so we have developed the Coventry Social Work Academy. Its main function is supporting social worker progression and development for professionals at every stage of social workers’ careers. The Academy offer is therefore available to all those who work within Coventry Children’s Services from Newly Qualified Social Workers, Children’s Social Workers, Practice Educators, Advanced Practitioners, Senior Practitioners and Managers. There is specifically tailored support provided to social work students who come into the profession from various routes including the traditional university route, Frontline and Step Up to Social Work. This support is strengthened through our link with the West Midlands Teaching Partnerships promoting links between theory, research and practice.

For Newly Qualified Social Workers (NQSW)

The Academy offers social workers who are newly qualified a positive and strong induction into statutory children’s social work, promoting the development in the quality, consistency and effectiveness of social work practice to ensure that children’s outcomes are positive. We want NQSWs to become confident in the work they deliver through a combination of the high levels of challenge and a highly supportive network around them to enable them to do their job well! NQSWs will feel valued and part of Coventry Children’s Services, with 6 months based within the Academy while spending time with host teams, shadowing practice and developing a good understanding of the practice realities in Coventry. The learning environment of the Academy will afford NQSWs high levels of supervision, particularly at the early stages, and an individual development plan during their Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE). Newly Qualified Social Workers will also be able to connect with the West Midlands Teaching Partnership, Research in Practice, and receive coaching, mentoring and support through the Social Work Academy Team in order to assist them in their transition from student to professional practice. On our ASYE programme there are 24 academy places available with two entry points during the year. NQSWs will be supported over their ASYE with dedicated time in the Academy with the experienced team, joint working with other social workers and outreach from the Academy’s Professional Practice Educators when NQSWs transition into their teams. NQSWs will be able to express an interest in the team that they would like to transition into. The year will be exciting with a new and revolutionary approach to learning and development which includes ‘walk through scenarios’, simulation exercises and virtual reality headsets so that NQSW will be able to connect better with the experiences of the children and families that they work with.

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See the full details of Coventry’s Social Work Academy, social work jobs and benefits.

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Social pedagogy leadership course first of its kind in the UK


The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) has created a Social pedagogy leadership course, which is the first of its kind here in the UK. It has been developed due to the growing interest in social pedagogy.  The course links to the successful BA Hons in Social Pedagogy, Advocacy and Participation which is run here at UCLan and has excellent student feedback.

It has been co-produced and will be co-taught by ThemPra, the leading organisation supporting development of social pedagogical practice in the UK.  It meets the professional standards of practice as set out by the Social Pedagogue Professional Association.

Links with European partner organisations that use social pedagogy in practice as well as universities that run social pedagogy programmes of study.

The course is taught using experiential teaching techniques and is taught in a fun and creative way.  All activities are transferrable into practice and students are encouraged to develop creative practice in their direct work.

It offers a social pedagogical perspective to leadership, enabling managers and senior practitioners in leadership roles to apply its principles, theories and philosophy to assist people to develop a culture of care and support within organisations and communities. Social pedagogical leadership also enables professionals to influence decisions and develop, support and sustain positive change using inclusive and empowering practice in working with disadvantaged groups.

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Upcoming UCLan CPD Courses

21st March 18 – Exploring the Offence Process and Treatment of Sexual Offending

18th April 18 – Identifying and Managing the Risk of Sexual Offending

16th May 18 – Practitioner Skills for Working with Sexual Offending

4th June 18 – Return to Social Work

20th June 18 – Parental Substance Misuse: Impact on the Child

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Are you due to leave or have you recently left the police service?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Service Spotlight: Moving from a career in policing to the ‘outside world’ can be quite a daunting situation to be in, whether it’s because of retirement or because you feel that it’s time for a change.

Here are some reasons why you may be concerned about your future prospects:

·        You think that your skills are not relevant to help you get a decent job.

·        If you haven’t had to apply for jobs for a while and are not sure where to look.

·        You don’t have recent experience of completing a good quality CV.

·        You can’t remember the last time you had to prepare for an external job interview.

·        Do you have a fear of the unknown.

How can we help you?

At Leaving the Police, we are here to help. Having been where you are now and successfully come out the other side, we provide a range of services and information that will help you make the transition from the working environment you are used to, to one that you may not be so familiar with.

From regular webinars and support clinics, to a range of useful services and support mechanisms, we have the experience to make the next step of your life another success story. Our vision is to help colleagues to enjoy life after policing, making the successful transition from their policing career to the next stage of their working lives.

It is our aim to share our own learning, knowledge and experiences, having successfully made the leap from policing to the ‘outside world’, to assist other colleagues in taking their next steps with more confidence and clarity. We are creating a large community of former policing members where the sharing of this knowledge and experience creates a thriving community for others to benefit.[/vc_column_text][vc_cta h2=”Want to find out more…” txt_align=”center”]Visit Leaving The Police website today to find out more about the fantastic services they offer.[/vc_cta][vc_btn title=”Leaving The Police Website” color=”warning” align=”center” button_block=”true” link=”url:https%3A%2F%2Fleavingthepolice.co.uk%2F||target:%20_blank|rel:nofollow”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Resource E-Pack for Children and Young People Practitioners

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]This Resource E-Pack for Children & Young People Practitioners offers a list of excellent (free) resources for practitioners working with children and young people. It includes both direct worksheets and guides. 

[/vc_column_text][vc_cta h2=”Generic Worksheets” txt_align=”center”]An introductory guide for CYPS practitioners – Newham London, have created a downloadable work booklet for practitioners that work with children and young people.

Cooking on a budget: Easy pleasy cook bookThis ‘easy pleasy cook book’ has designed by The Children’s Society and Cheshire East Council. It’s an excellent resource to help all young people cook for themselves.

The milk’s in the oven | A booklet about dementia for children and young peopleThis resource has been completed by the Mental Health Foundation. It offer information about dementia for children and young people.

Solution-focused practice: A toolkit for working with children and young peopleThis is an excellent toolkit featuring a number of direct resources and worksheets focusing on Solution-Focused Brief Therapy intervention with Children and Young People.

Child Protection: Consultation with Children ToolkitThis is an excellent practical toolkit that can be used by social workers with children who are subject to the child protection process. It provides a number of practical tools, tips and activities.[/vc_cta][vc_cta h2=”Assessing & information gathering” txt_align=”center”]Ecomap Activity Guide

Genogram Template | How to do a genogram

Three Houses Model: Resource for gathering information

My Three Houses App – helps professionals such as children’s services workers, teachers and child counsellors help children to write, draw and speak about worrying things in their life.

How it looks to me: Assessing wishes & feelings worksheets – This workbook has been developed by CAFCASS. It is designed to help social workers assess a child’s wishes and feelings using friendly and interactive worksheets.

Time Line Worksheet | Relationship Building & Information Gathering – A Time Line Worksheet is a good ‘starter for 10’ for working with new services users – whether children, young people or vulnerable adults.[/vc_cta][vc_cta h2=”Anger Management” txt_align=”center”]Anger Control | Behavioural CycleThis worksheet offers an insight into anger management and control. It focuses on the behavioural cycle of change to help de-escalate anger.

Anger Wheel of ChoiceThis worksheet is called ‘anger wheel of choice’. It is aimed at children and young people.[/vc_cta][vc_cta h2=”ADHD” txt_align=”center”]Mood Diary | Children with ADHDThis mood diary can help parents, teachers, professionals, doctors and younger children keep track of their progress and identify both problems and successes.[/vc_cta][vc_cta h2=”Autism” txt_align=”center”]Autism, my sibling, and meThis activity book is all about you and your sibling with autism! It’s your guide to the ups and downs of being a sibling.[/vc_cta][vc_cta h2=”Domestic Violence” txt_align=”center”]Coping with Domestic Abuse: Booklet for children aged 6 to 12This booklet has been created by Barnardos and the Family Support Agency. It has been created to help children and their parents who live with and experience domestic abuse.

Domestic Abuse Awareness Pack WorksheetsThis is a domestic abuse awareness pack to be used by year 10 or year 11 in secondary schools.

Helping Children Who Witness Domestic Violence: A Guide for Parents[/vc_cta][vc_cta h2=”Neglect” txt_align=”center”]Neglect Matters: A guide for young people about neglect[/vc_cta][vc_cta h2=”Relationships” txt_align=”center”]Healthy Relationships | CYPs Direct ResourceThis is an excellent direct workbook resource on Healthy Relationships. It has been designed for children and young people.[/vc_cta][vc_cta h2=”Youth Justice” txt_align=”center”]Think Victim | Victim Awareness Worksheets | CYPsThink Victim is a victim empathy workbook designed for children and young people.

Making It Count In Court | Youth JusticeMaking It Count In Court is a good “starter for 10” for any professional or practitioner working within the Youth Justice System in England and Wales.[/vc_cta][vc_cta h2=”Guides” txt_align=”center”]Keeping children and young people safe from radicalisation and extremism

Toolkit for working with CYPs trafficked for purpose of criminal exploitation

Assessing Needs of Children and Families: Using Questionnaires and Scales

Supporting parents of sexually exploited young people

Attachment Difficulties: what happens, why and how to handle it

Coping with self-harm | A Guide for Parents and Carers

What to do if your child goes missing: Practical advice for parents and carers booklet

Self-harm awareness resource pack

Child sexual exploitation: Definition and a guide for practitioners

Statutory guidance: Children missing from home or care[/vc_cta][vc_column_text]

Whilst you’re here…

Did you know you can find a job and upload your CV? You can also search, find and refer to the latest social work and care courses and events.

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Social Care Jobs Fair ‘Recruiting The Right Staff’ Huge Success

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Last Wednesday we held our very first One Stop Social ‘Recruiting the Right Staff’ Social Care Jobs fair at Preston Job Centre Plus, and what a busy morning it was! 

In addition to the 94 jobseekers that were booked on for the morning session, we had an number of interested people arrive so as to find out about the available job opportunities in the Social Care Sector. Overall, the session gave both employers and potential candidates the opportunity to ask questions and discover more about each other, with a number of attendees completing application forms and mini interviews on the day. This, Care Providers found, was an excellent way to promote what they do whilst also speeding up the recruitment process for quality workers.[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”1795″ img_size=”large”][vc_column_text]All of the Care Providers in attendance confirmed that they had met a vast number of suitably qualified and experienced candidates. Most of whom were going to be invited for formal interviewing.

Following on from the success of this Social Care Jobs Fair, we are glad to announce that we have already began organising and contacting Care Providers to join us at our next event.  Our Social Care Jobs Fair is exclusive to those services that have joined our Network Partnership. So, if you wish to join one of our upcoming events, or would like to find out more you can contact us by following the link below.[/vc_column_text][vc_cta h2=”Join our Networking Partnership” txt_align=”center”]Find out more about our exclusive Networking Partnership; We have lots of benefits from discounts on training and job ads. Plus lots more![/vc_cta][vc_btn title=”CONTACT US” color=”warning” size=”lg” align=”center” button_block=”true” link=”url:http%3A%2F%2Fwww.onestopsocial.co.uk%2Fcontact-us%2F||target:%20_blank|rel:nofollow”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Worcestershire County Council Launch Social Work Academy!

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Worcestershire County Council has launched a new Social Work Academy in a bid to improve the confidence and skills of social workers across the local authority.

The academy, which started last week, will comprise of a comprehensive information hub for all social workers across the local authority with the idea that staff will be able to access more easily training, learning and development opportunities. The launch is running alongside the county council’s “Celebrating Social Workers” Week, which is aimed at improving knowledge of the profession, staff morale, recruitment and retention.

The announcement comes just three months after claims by a former children’s services employee about ‘cash-saving measures being put ahead of youngsters’ wellbeing’, social workers having unmanageable caseloads and workers not receiving the support they needed.[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”1625″ img_size=”large” alignment=”center”][vc_column_text]However, it is hoped that this new quality based provision within the local authority will only further aid and support those within the profession. Coun Adrian Hardman, cabinet member for Adult Services, said: “It is extremely important our workforce continues to improve, and all staff are thoroughly supported and encouraged to better their knowledge of Social Work. The Social Work Academy will allow easier access to all of the excellent training and professional development that is already taking place in Worcestershire.

“The launch of improved services like the Social Work Academy will hopefully help us attract the very best social workers to the county, and further highlight the positive reasons why Worcestershire is a great place to live and work.”

There are now a number of excellent projects running across the UK to support and address the systemic issues of social work recruitment, retention and development. For example, we recently reported how nine local authorities were changing adult social care by developing community-led social work practice. The results thus far indicate improved staff morale, quicker response time for those seeking support as well as improved budget savings. 

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Social Work & Care Jobs E-News | Employer Spotlight | Candidate Account


Search, find and apply to the latest social work and care professionals jobs from across the UK.

Employer Spotlight

[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”1515″ img_size=”large” alignment=”center”][vc_column_text]Social Link Recruitment is a forward thinking, dynamic social care recruitment agency making a difference. They link quality candidates to clients, by building strong and professional relationships with their core focus being that of the end user – people in need.[/vc_column_text][vc_btn title=”See their latest social work and care job vacancies…” color=”warning” align=”center” button_block=”true” link=”url:https%3A%2F%2Fwww.onestopsocial.co.uk%2Fcategory%2Flatest-news%2F||target:%20_blank|rel:nofollow”][vc_column_text]Don’t forget to uploaded your CV with One Stop Social! It’s free and takes less than five minutes today. To do this, simply sign in/register.

Apply to the latest social work & care job vacancies from across the UK. We have over 50 employers using our CV Library and Jobs Board.[/vc_column_text][vc_btn title=”Search, find and apply to job vacancies across the UK” color=”warning” align=”center” button_block=”true” link=”url:https%3A%2F%2Fwww.onestopsocial.co.uk%2Ffind-a-job%2F||target:%20_blank|rel:nofollow”][vc_column_text]

Featured Jobs

Social Worker | Family Support – Bedford

Senior Practitioner – Adults Team – Birmingham

Qualified Social Worker – EAB Team – Birmingham

Qualified Social Worker – Learning Disabilities – Birmingham

Qualified Social Worker | Child Protection – Cardiff

Social Worker Assessment – Cornwall

Social Worker Adults Hospital – Cornwall

Qualified Social Worker | Safeguarding Adults – Derby

Adults Social Worker – Doncaster

Referral & Assessment Social Worker – Hounslow

Hospital Social Worker – Lincoln

Adults Community Social Worker – London

Childrens Social Worker – London

Qualified Social Worker – Nottingham

Social Worker – Adults & Older – Preston

Social Worker – Hospital – Ormskirk

Adult Social Worker – Various Teams – Yorkshire

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