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Frontline
Birmingham
£46,000 per year
We are recruiting a Practice Tutor to hold key responsibility for teaching and developing participants on the Frontline programme.
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Cord
Coventry 16.89 miles
£17,290 - £19,750 per year (depending on experience)
This role would suit someone who is proactive, well organised, can maintain accurate records and follow processes.
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B2, Birmingham 0.68 miles
£30,000 - £35,000 per year
An exciting new role for an experienced Salesforce Administrator to lead the development of a Salesforce Non Profit Success Pack (NPSP)
Cord
Coventry 16.89 miles
£25,227 per year (dependent on capabilities and experience)
The Fundraising Officer is a key role in our organisation providing a rewarding opportunity for someone looking to take on a new challenge.
Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital Charity
Birmingham 0.17 miles
£80,000 - £100,000 per year
Chief Executive for Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital Charity
Muslim Hands
West Midlands
£41,000 - £44,000 per year dependant on experience
Urgently seeking a high calibre, big picture thinker with considerable experience of advising Chief Executives and Boards to Head our HR
Frontline
Birmingham
£46,000 (plus £3,000 London weighting) pro-rated, plus competitive pension
The curriculum lead will make a significant contribution to the development of the teaching, learning and assessment.
Resources for Autism
Birmingham 2.77 miles
£31,000 - £33,000 per year
Resources for Autism is looking for a Senior Trusts Fundraiser to join the team!
Harris Hill Charity Recruitment Specialists
Birmingham
£35k - 55k per year
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Birmingham, West Midlands
West Midlands
£46,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

**If you are interested in this role but not based in the Midlands, we are often recruiting in other regions so please register your interest via the link on our website and we’ll be in touch when there’s a vacancy.**

To help us achieve our mission, we are recruiting qualified social workers with direct experience of working with children and families and knowledge and experience of supporting social work students. We are looking for candidates who can lead the delivery of teaching across the year, support participants in their local authority units and supervise participants during year 2 of the Frontline programme.

Practice Tutors work closely as a peer group to share effective ways of working across participant units, local authorities and regions. They play a key role within the development and delivery of our social work curriculum, contributing knowledge and expertise to create a culture that promotes outstanding social work education and that enables teams to do their best work in order to achieve our mission to create social change for children who do not have a safe or stable home.

PTs are responsible for teaching and developing participants at the five week summer institute, regional recall days and, in the participant units within local authorities. PTs support a number of units, based within statutory children’s social care services. Each unit is led by a Consultant Social Worker. Core to the Practice Tutor role is the ability to provide support, challenge and guidance to participants and CSWs to ensure a high quality practice learning experience.

Applicants need a good understanding of the social work role and the ability to make links with adults’ and children’s services. To apply you need excellent social work practice skills, experience of developing others and a commitment to educating a new generation of social workers. This role provides the opportunity to genuinely align practice and theory. In doing so you should be committed to evidence informed practice models and have an appetite for different and innovative approaches to teaching. PTs are supported to gain HEA fellowship status if not already held.

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Over 700,000 children in England rely on the support of social workers each year. These children and their families face some of the worst... Read more

Posted on: 26 January 2021
Closing date: 11 February 2021
Tags: Social Work,Teaching

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