Become a social worker at the council
It’s an exciting time to be a social worker in Brighton & Hove.
We're on a significant improvement journey. Key to this has been the re-designing of our children’s social work services in Autumn 2015.
We passionately believe that putting relationship-based practice at the centre of everything we do enables us to provide consistent and quality support to families within the city so that children can have the very best start in life and grow up happy, healthy and safe. The changes we've introduced are already having a positive impact on our ability to provide consistent and unbroken support to children and young people.
Our recent Peer Review highlighted that our ‘social workers and support staff at every level were impressive’ and they had ‘confidence in the management team’. But we can’t realise our ambition to become a centre of excellence and best practice without more dedicated and motivated social workers like you.
So if you are a qualified social worker registered with the HCPC who is either looking to further your career or is looking to return to social work after a break, then we would like to hear from you.
How to apply
We welcome applications from all sections of the community but particularly encourage Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), disabled, male and trans applicants as these groups are currently under-represented in our workforce.
Closing date for applications: 18 June 2017
Interviews are scheduled to take place on 28 and 29 June 2017.
Find out more about working for us
Watch our 'Love our city' video about living in the city and working for the council.
- Brighton & Hove City Council's ASYE Programme (PDF 215 KB)
- Our Purpose and Core Values (PDF 64KB)
- Our Vision for Children’s Social Work (PDF 138KB)
- Families, Children & Learning Services’ Structure Chart (PDF 200KB)
- Supporting You (PDF 99KB)
- Rewards and Benefits (PDF 93KB)
- Living in Brighton & Hove (PDF 147KB)
How to find out more
If you would like to find out more please contact Tom Stibbs, Principal Social Worker, on 01273 296049 or at email@example.com.