Children's social work jobs

Rewards and Benefits

Social care children

We know how hard our people work, and what it means to have a manager who makes the time to say 'thank you'. So, with us, your work will always be appreciated and recognised.

We also know that, to recruit passionate, dedicated staff in a sector where there’s simply more demand than the available resource, we must show our appreciation in other, more tangible ways, too - to make Coventry an attractive place to work in terms of the benefits.

The Benefits package includes:

  • Competitive salary 
  • Excellent Pension Scheme including Employer contribution of between £5,000 and £7,000
  • Relocation Package for new starters of up to £8,000
  • Free Parking
  • Refund for re-registration of current Social Work England registration
  • Social Work Academy that places Social Work development at the centre of your career.
  • An extensive Training Programme and investment in your professional development with close links to universities through our innovative Teaching Partnership.
  • Support with the National Assessment and Accreditation for Approved Children and Families Accreditation
  • Access to Research in Practice (Nationally Recognised Evidence Informed Learning Resource)
  • A clear career and progression structure - Coventry Social Worker
  • Family-friendly working environment and a commitment to good work/life balance
  • Regular Reflective Individual and Group Supervision and support
  • Excellent management support and low caseloads
  • Employee Assistance Program -  Supporting our employees’ mental health in times of need
  • Wider Wallet employee benefit scheme offering discounts nationally and locally
  • Dedicated Coaching and Mentoring offer
  • Deductions from salary benefits include: Prudential AVC’s/Westfield Health/Travel Passes
  • MyCar scheme -  salary sacrifice car leasing scheme, benefit of driving a brand new low-cost car for up to 3 years for an all-inclusive, fixed monthly gross cost
  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • And Much Much more!

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