Network Healthcare is currently recruiting for a Qualified Social Worker for the Children with Disabilities Team to be based within Children Services in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. This is a full time permanent position. Children Services in Buckinghamshire are on a journey to delivering outstanding services. Children and their families are at the centre of everything Buckinghamshire CC do. Building on the Strengthing Families model adopted for Child Protection conferences in 2016, Buckinghamshire want to apply the latest skills and knowledge to achieve the best outcomes possible for the children they seek to protect and support. In conjunction with the University of Sheffield, Buckinghamshire are keen to incorporate the key principles of the “Strengthing Families, Enhancing Futures” to services in Buckinghamshire to enhance and recognise what they already do. This challenging but rewarding role will see you working directly with children and young people ensuring that the voice of the child is always heard and listed to. Following referral, you will establish each service users eligibility for assessment and determine the level required. After undertaking the assessment you will then work with the individual and their parents or carers to produce a care plan tailored to fit their needs. In order to be considered for this position, candidates must hold a degree in Social Work, have a valid HCPC registration, have previous experience working with Children with Disabilities, be able to work well under pressure, have excellent knowledge of relevant child legislation and have excellent communication skills. In return, our client is able to offer a fantastic salary from £35,000-£45,424 per annum dependant on experience, Golden Hello payment of £2125 upon your one year work anniversary, car allowance of £600 per annum (paid monthly), relocation package up to £8000, fantastic training and development opportunities, supportive management team, free car parking, generous annual leave allowance, local government pension scheme and more.