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Consultant Social Worker - CSE and Missing Team - Wandsworth

Consultant Social Worker - CSE and Missing Team - Wandsworth - up to £43,503p/a


We are currently recruiting for a social worker to consult with the child sexual exploitation and missing children team.

This role is based in the London borough of Wandsworth and will be an initial 9 month contract with a view to extend.

The CSE and missing consultant social worker will support the work of the CSE and missing team through the supervision of some team members and occasional deputising for the team manager.


You must possess a high level of commitment, initiative and motivation to work with some of the most vulnerable young people in the Borough.


Benefits of this Perm role:



  • £3,000 retention bonuses

  • £2,000 welcome payment

  • Performance related salary progression scheme

  • 31 days annual leave

  • Pension scheme

  • Childcare vouchers,

  • New technology scheme

  • Interest-free loans on annual travel cards

  • Discounts at many leisure activities, restaurants, shops and other establishments.


  • A wide range of developmental opportunities are also offered


As a CSE and Missing Team Social Worker you will need to:



  • Provide dedicated support and consultation to social workers and multi-agency professionals regarding the support and safeguarding of vulnerable adolescents

  • Help to support adolescents who have been victims of criminal or sexual exploitation

  • Take on some limited casework with complex cases

  • Work in a multi-agency capacity innovatively and confidently

  • Have strong youth work skills and understanding of CSE, Missing, Exploitation, Sexual Health issues with vulnerable young people at risk

  • Be committed, confident and creative in the delivery of training

  • Assess vulnerability and risk

  • Advocate for and on behalf of vulnerable young people whose voices need to be heard


You will need:



  • Awareness of issues regarding vulnerable adolescents including CSE

  • A social work qualification

  • Prior experience of supervising a small number of social workers

  • Strong, statutory experience within children's services

  • Eligibility to work in the UK and HCPC registration