Kim - Advanced Practitioner in our South Locality

Kim says she was drawn to the Trust due to its reputation of “experienced and committed workers and managers,” which she says is “hugely reassuring.”

After qualifying as a Social Worker in 2006 and gaining employment at another local authority, where Kim remained for 12 years before she had reached a stage in her career where she wanted to progress alongside gaining new experiences and new challenges.

Initially drawn to the Trust’s ‘modern’ way of mobile working and the keen motivation to support professional development. Kim started working with the Trust in September 2018.

“I do not regret my decision and I can truly say I have felt so welcomed by the Trust.”

Being welcomed with open arms, colleagues proved to be friendly and helpful and the team dynamics are supportive and happy. Kim reports that she has had consistent good managerial oversight, support and regular supervision.

“Senior colleagues are always contactable and approachable and they are visible, often visiting the base ensuring staff feel valued and listened to.

“I particularly like how the Trust promotes their own Family Group Conferences and the Children’s Advocacy service; there is a real sense that we all working together and that safeguarding is everybody’s responsibility.”

Since working for the Trust Kim has noted the numerous secondments that colleagues have been offered and feels the Trust strive to support professional development.

Taking advantage of the development opportunities available at the Trust, Kim completed two six month secondments acting up as an Advanced Practitioner.

“These secondments allowed me opportunity to gain further experience and knowledge about the role of an Advanced Practitioner which led to my decision to apply for a permanent post in April 2020, in which I was successful.”

She goes on to further say: “This is a key strength of the Trust offering opportunities for you to develop, alongside great colleagues and partner agencies.”

CURRENTVACANCIES!

At the Trust we have been on a remarkable journey thanks to the hard work of our teams who are passionate, dedicated and, most importantly child and family focused.

You are welcome to forward your CV Resourcing&HRAdmin@dcstrust.co.uk or if you want to apply online by clicking on the relevant link below.

Salary
£32,085 to £37,916
Closing date
Monday 26 April
Salary
£45,675 - £48,609 depending on experience
Closing date
Thursday 13 May
Salary
£38,884 to £44,713 depending on experience
Closing date
Sunday 16 May
Salary
£21,739 - £25,471 (Full time equivalent) depending on experience
Closing date
Thursday 20 May
Salary
£21,739 - £25,471 depending upon experience
Closing date
Sunday 23 May
Salary
£21,739 - £25,471 depending on experience
Closing date
Tuesday 25 May
Salary
£21,739 - £25,471 depending upon experience
Closing date
Sunday 30 May
Salary
Up to £38,916 (includes £1000 market supplement) depending upon experience
Closing date
Monday 31 May
Salary
Up to £38,916 (includes £1000 market supplement) depending upon experience
Closing date
Monday 31 May
Salary
£45,675 - £48,609 (Full time equivalent) depending on experience
Closing date
Monday 31 May
Salary
£32,085 - £37,916 depending on experience
Closing date
Tuesday 01 June

CONTACTUS!

We understand you may have many questions. Such as what it is like working for the Trust and how it is different from working for a local authority. That’s why we have an in-house team on hand to support you with your application.

Simply contact the team who will be happy to answer your questions on 01302 736548 or email resourcing&hradmin@dcstrust.co.uk

Trouble completing an application form? Contact hrprecruitsupport@rotherham.gov.uk or call 01709 254694.