Social Worker – Midlands, CIC

Temporary // MidlandsSalary: €0.00 - €0.00

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Social Workers – Children in Care and Aftercare - Midlands

Cpl Healthcare are currently recruiting for a number of Social Workers for long term locum assignments on Children in Care and Aftercare social work teams in a number of locations across the midlands including:

  • Co. Westmeath:               Athlone and Mullingar
  • Co. Longford                    Longford town
  • Co. Offaly                        Tullamore

 

All roles offer flexibility on location and an immediate start available

These opportunities will be offered on a full time basis and applicants will be required to hold a full drivers licence.

  

The Candidate:

  • A recognised qualification as a Social Worker
  • Application for registration / recognition of qualifications with CORU required to be considered for a Project Worker role
  • Full membership of CORU to be considered for a PQSW role
  • Some experience working within children and families service would be preferable, university placement experience will be considered
  • Permission to work in Ireland
  • Professional approach to work
  • Flexibility in work practice
  • Access to a car and full drivers licence

 

For further information, please forward your CV to brian.murray@cplhealthcare.com or call Brian in confidence on 01 482 5352

 

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