Work for us

Thank you for your interest in working for SFCS. We currently have two vacancies, for an Adoption Social Worker and an Assistant Team Manager (Adoption). Full details of each vacancy can be found below.

If you are interested in voluntary work, please see our Volunteer With Us page or visit our Become a Trustee page - we are currently seeking Trustees with experience in Fundraising and Finance.

ADOPTION SOCIAL WORKER

SFCS is currently recruiting a part-time Social Worker.

Our social workers undertake a broad range of work within the broad sphere of Adoption and Adoption Support. For full details, please see job description below.

This is a part time role working 3 days a week (21 hours), salary commensurate with experience.

In order to apply for this post, applicants must complete the application form, Equality Monitoring form and Disclosure of Convictions form (if applicable), all of which are available below.

Applicants should also read our Safer Recruitment Policy and our Recruitment Privacy Notice.

Closing date:   Tuesday 28th May 2019

Interviews:   Friday 14th June 2019

ASSISTANT TEAM MANAGER (ADOPTION)

SFCS is currently recruiting a part-time Assistant Team Manager for our adoption team.

Our social workers undertake a broad range of work within the broad sphere of Adoption and Adoption Support. The Assistant Team Manager will work with our Adoption Team Manager supervising our team of qualified social workers in the core adoption work of the Society.

For full details, please see job description below.

This is a part time role working 3 days a week (21 hours), salary commensurate with experience.

In order to apply for this post, applicants must complete the application form, Equality Monitoring form and Disclosure of Convictions form (if applicable), all of which are available below.

Applicants should also read our Safer Recruitment Policy and our Recruitment Privacy Notice.

Closing date:   Tuesday 28th May 2019

Interviews:   Thursday 13th June 2019

St. Francis' Children's Society is first and foremost committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers working with children to share this commitment. We apply recruitment and selection procedures which seek to ensure that no employee or volunteer is appointed who may pose a risk to children or is otherwise unsuitable to work with them.