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A chance to be a part of our journey

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.

Already this year we have achieved a number of significant milestones, with Ofsted rating our services as ‘Good’ across the board and praising how we have created a culture for good social work to flourish, morale is high and staff feel supported.

Our ability to transform social work practice has been recognised further, with the Trust recently being appointed by the Department of Education as a Partner in Practice. It will see us contribute to improving practice across the country.

The work we do changes lives. If you have passion to help improve the lives of children, young people and families, why not apply to join our team.

We understand you may have questions – such as what is it like working for the Trust, how is it different from working for a local authority, to name but a few – or simply want to speak to one team. That’s why have an in-house team on hand to support you with your application. Simply contact the team on 01302 736548

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

Jobs

Salary
£46,380 - up to depending on experience
Closing date
Sunday 24 June
Salary
Up to £51,386
Closing date
Monday 25 June
Salary
£36,178 up to depending on experience
Closing date
Saturday 30 June
Salary
£20,651 - £24,040
Closing date
Sunday 01 July

Chat to our recruitment team

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 

“She provided a balanced, succinct and empathetic approach that remained focussed on the children.”

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