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Senior Practitioner - No Recourse to Public Funds - £41k

Posted 5 February by NonStop Recruitment Easy Apply Ended

Work with Asylum Seeking Children and Homeless

A London based Local Authority is seeking an experienced Senior Practitioner to join their No Recourse to Public Funding service.


  • Work with Asylum Seeking Children and Homeless
  • Unique Cases that are complex in nature
  • Work with a range of different agencies
  • Low Caseloads of around 10
  • Manage 2 Homeless Support Workers
  • 1 of the most diverse Authorities in the Country
  • Very stable management team

The No Recourse to Public Funding is a small and specialised team that work with service users who cannot access Public Funds, which would include Asylum Seeking Children, Homeless and trafficked children. The role is diverse where you will be working with a specific target group who are deemed to be CIN due to circumstance and thus you will be able to use you skills in a different capacity.

The Local Authority has recently invested heavily in its Social Services and has managed to reduce the amount of locums from 60% to below 25%. Most of the members of this team are permanent and have access to a range of training and development tools which you will be able to access to further your career.

To be considered for this post you should have experience at Senior Practitioner grade and you should have worked with Asylum Seeking Children.

To find out more about this post or to discuss alternatives feel free to contact me, Rico on . Alternatively you can email me an up to date CV to

Required skills

  • Asylum
  • Child Protection
  • HCPC
  • London
  • Children in Need
  • Social Worker
  • Advanced Practitioner
  • Homeless
  • Senior Practitioner
  • Public Funds
  • UASC
  • No Recourse
  • Trafficked

Reference: 34402826

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