Social Work Scotland
Social Work Scotland

Social Work Scotland is the professional leadership body for social work.


Current vacancies

Self-directed Support Project Officer

  • Full time
  • £35,000 – £40,000
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 27th October 2019

We are excited to be appointing a Self-directed Support Project Officer to contribute to the work of small team delivering on the Scottish Government’s Self-directed Support project, which will be hosted by Social Work Scotland. The project team will develop an implementation framework for the delivery of Self-directed Support, engage with key partners to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience around SDS, and assist local implementers to personalise their processes and systems, drawing on existing local expertise and insight from implementation best practice.

Essential

Candidates should be professionally qualified, have experience in the design and delivery of social care services and experience of working in a project.

Enquiries

Enquiries can be made to Corinne Groeneveldt by email to admin@socialworkscotland.org

Social Work Scotland is the professional leadership body for social work. We are a membership body with over 400 individual members and over 35 corporate members. Social Work Scotland has two fundamental objectives: to support the development of the social work profession, and to influence and inform policy and legislation affecting social workers and local communities.

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Top job! Self-directed Support Project Officer x 2

  • Full time
  • £35,000 – £40,000
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 18th August 2019

We are excited to be appointing two Self-directed Support Project Officers to contribute to the work of small team delivering on the Scottish Government’s Self-directed Support project, which will be hosted by Social Work Scotland. The project team will develop an implementation framework for the delivery of Self-directed Support, engage with key partners to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience around SDS, and assist local implementers to personalise their processes and systems, drawing on existing local expertise and insight from implementation best practice.

Essential

Candidates should be professionally qualified, have experience in the design and delivery of social care services and experience of working in a project.

Enquires

Enquiries can be made to Corinne Groeneveldt by email to admin@socialworkscotland.org

Social Work Scotland is the professional leadership body for social work. We are a membership body with over 400 individual members and over 35 corporate members. Social Work Scotland has two fundamental objectives: to support the development of the social work profession, and to influence and inform policy and legislation affecting social workers and local communities.

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Top job! Self-directed Support Project Manager

  • Full time
  • £45,000 – £50,000
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 18th August 2019

We are excited to be appointing a Self-directed Support Project Manager to lead the Scottish Government’s Self-directed Support project, which will be hosted by Social Work Scotland, and to line manage the project team. The project team will develop an implementation framework for the delivery of Self-directed Support, engage with key partners to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience around SDS, and assist local implementers to personalise their processes and systems, drawing on existing local expertise and insight from implementation best practice.

Essential

Candidates should be professionally qualified and have extensive and varied project/programme management experience.

Enquiries

Enquiries can be made to Corinne Groeneveldt by email to admin@socialworkscotland.org

Social Work Scotland is the professional leadership body for social work. We are a membership body with over 400 individual members and over 35 corporate members. Social Work Scotland has two fundamental objectives: to support the development of the social work profession, and to influence and inform policy and legislation affecting social workers and local communities.

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This vacancy has now closed

Self-directed Support Project Assistant

  • Full time or Part time
  • £22,500
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 18th August 2019

We are excited to be appointing a Self-directed Support Project Assistant to contribute to the work of a small project team delivering the Scottish Government’s Self-directed Support project, which will be hosted by Social Work Scotland. The project team will develop an implementation framework for the delivery of Self-directed Support, engage with key partners to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience around SDS, and assist local implementers to personalise their processes and systems, drawing on existing local expertise and insight from implementation best practice.

Essential

Candidates should be an experienced office or project administrator, with good written and spoken communication skills.

Enquiries

Enquiries can be made to Corinne Groeneveldt by email to admin@socialworkscotland.org

Social Work Scotland is the professional leadership body for social work. We are a membership body with over 400 individual members and over 35 corporate members. Social Work Scotland has two fundamental objectives: to support the development of the social work profession, and to influence and inform policy and legislation affecting social workers and local communities.

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