All of our vacancies are advertised on our Lambeth Council jobs page where you can apply by completing the application form and submitting your CV.

Find out more about our structure and our current vacancies below and follow the links to apply.

Alternatively, you can find all of our roles advertised on our jobs page here.

 

Advanced Practitioner
Children's Social Care
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Up to £47,274 per annum

The Advanced Practitioner is a newly created role in Lambeth launching at the beginning of 2020.  We have situated an Advanced Practitioner in the majority of our social work teams, holding a reduced, more complex caseload alongside a team of 5 other social workers including an ASYE.

These new roles are focused on practice improvement.  As an Advanced Practitioner, you’ll be dedicated to promoting the highest standard of social work practice by supporting and developing Lambeth social workers to achieve the very best outcomes for children and families.

You will deliver and role model meaningful, creative and innovative social work practice through a collaborative and systemic approach.  Drawing on the values Lambeth’s Children at the Heart of Practice framework in your work with children and families.

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Experienced Social Workers
Children’s Social Care
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£34,128-£41,466

We’re looking for Experienced Social Workers to inspire us.

You’ll be integrated into small social work teams with extra personal support from an advanced practitioner, bespoke learning and development, and excellent post-qualification opportunities. 

As a qualified Social Worker, you’ll be empowered to improve the lives of children, young people and their families within small teams, a manageable caseload and strong learning resources.

You'll bring your experience to help to motivate our team, leading by example and sharing your expertise. At all levels, we’ll welcome your ideas on how we can make our transformation a lasting success.

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Lambeth: Children at the heart of practice