Become an Adult Social Worker in Milton Keynes
We're offering a Golden Hello payment of up-to £6000* to anyone joining Milton Keynes City Council Adult Services
About the scheme
If you are interested in making a positive difference to people’s lives and want a rewarding career, then we would like to hear from you. At Milton Keynes City Council we are dedicated to supporting our communities and improving the lives of people who use our services. You will join an organisation that is passionate about providing personalised care that is safe, effective, caring and responsive to our service user’s needs. We take an approach that promotes dignity, respect and independence, ensuring people receive the right support to improve their quality of life and wellbeing.
Who are we looking for?
Whether you're an experienced Social Worker or Newly Qualified, we're looking for individuals that identify with our values and can demonstrate kindness, patience and compassion as well as have a desire to support local people with their day-day life with the services we provide. We will offer you all of the support and training that you will need to succeed. Come and join one of our teams who are striving every day to make a real positive difference to local people.
Pay & Reward
The salary range for our Social Worker roles is from £32,909 - £42,503 per annum depending on experience.
The salary range for our AMHP's are £43,516 - £47,573 and also receives an allowance of £2025 (pro-rata for part time).
The starting salary for Newly Qualified Social Workers is £32,909 and will increment to the next pay point upon successful completion of the ASYE programme.
As a Social Worker with Milton Keynes Adult Services you’ll get the opportunity to train as an Approved Mental Health Professional (AMHP) taking on the responsibilities of a specialist mental health professional.
Social Care Workers in this team work directly with people who have a diagnosed Learning Disability. They practice from a strengths perspective with the overarching aim of helping people live a good and meaningful life. Their duties and responsibilities under the Care Act 2014, shape the work that they do with adults and their carers to ensure quality of life.
Our Assessed and Supported Year in Employment scheme (ASYE) for Newly Qualified Social Workers enables you to earn while you learn across a variety of teams. You'll be supported by our experienced and knowledgeable Practice Educator and Principal Social Worker.