PR-Inside.com: 2017-04-20 19:13:43
If you’ve worked in social care before then you’ll understand just how truly rewarding it is. Not only do you get to change lives by way of caring for those in need, but you get to wake up every day knowing just how rewarding your career is. Whether you’re ready to take the next step up, or are looking for your first job within social work, here at London Borough of Sutton, we have many job opportunities for those seeking new beginnings. From social worker vacancies in London, to social care manager roles in Kent, we have plenty on offer to get your started on your next role.
There is real job satisfaction to be had in social work, as the work you do will impact positively on the lives of others. This doesn’t mean that it’s easy as social care workers need to be committed to what they’re doing. No doubt what you want is to be part of a supportive, nurturing environment where there is regular training, development schemes, and strong leadership.
Here at London Borough of Sutton, we offer effective training and strong leadership to our social workers. Our aim is to achieve our objectives through having a committed and proactive team of social care specialists working within the borough. If you’re looking for a challenging and rewarding opportunity close to London, then look to us today.
Sutton Council’s vision is ‘to build a community in which all can take part and all can take pride’.
This vision encapsulates the community-based approach and commitment to improving the quality of life and well-being for all Sutton residents. There are five core values which reinforce the vision and provide the underlying context to the ways in which we work. The values form the acronym PRIDE and illustrate how the council is committed to:
working in Partnership with the people who live and work in the borough
making our services open and accessible so that everyone is listened to and treated with Respect
seeking Innovative approaches in order to provide better, more cost-effective services
promoting Diversity and ensuring that we recognise and celebrate difference within the context of fairness and equality
Empowering everyone so that we can all ‘take part and take pride’ as active citizens and staff.
The vision and values for the children, young people and learning directorate supports and complements those of the whole council. The work of the directorate is centred on three moral imperatives:
Protect - develop still more integrated and secure approaches to safeguarding and protecting children and promoting their welfare
Prevent - further develop our preventative and early interventionstrategies and services
Promote - ensure all children and young people, and especially the most vulnerable, challenging or disadvantaged, are given every opportunity to succeed.