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Are you a qualified social worker specialising in family cases? Are you looking for a new flexible working contract, and a new oppurtunity for a short-term placement within a well-regarded local authority? Are you the type of person who can make a difference to somebodies life?

If the answer to this is “yes”, then Bluestones Medical would love to hear from you!

Bluestones Medical is currently recruiting for a fantastic social worker for a new role within Cheshire.
Working as part of the children and families team, you will be responsible for assessing the needs of children and young people in the region, identifying risks and offering solutions to problems within.

You will also be liaising with local health trusts and partners to ensure safety of individuals.

This local authority is offering excellent daily rates for the right person, alongside working alongside a great team to grow your own abilities. This contract is lasting 3 month, lasting until the end of September 2020.

To be considered for this role, you should have:

  • CQSW/Dip SW or equivalent qualification
  • Experience in child social work
  • Up to date knowledge of laws and legislations
  • At least 1 years experience in a social work setting.

Why work with Bluestones Medical?:

You will get a dedicated consultant, who will work closely with you to understand what you want and need, and to help make this happen. We offer weekly payroll, with various payment options considered. Our rates of pay are competitive and regularly reviewed.

We also offer ongoing in-house training to keep you updated on ever-changing healthcare environment

  • What are you waiting for?

If this is something you would be interested in hearing more about, then please click “Apply” and join the Bluestones Medical family today.

For more information, please call 01244555020 (Option 1), or email

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