Could you help Diagrama Fostering offer vulnerable children the chance of a brighter future?
We believe all the children we work with deserve to have self-worth and the confidence instilled in them to reach their full potential. And we’re always interested in hearing from exceptional people who can help us to do just that.
If you think you can help deliver our high-quality services and support vulnerable children through often difficult times, we’d love to hear from you.
Part-Time Fostering Social Worker
We are looking for a highly motivated and committed social worker to support children, adults and families through fostering to make a real difference to their lives. If you have the passion and dedication to help us find the best foster carers for children, we would love to hear from you. Diagrama Foundation is an ambitious and progressive charity; our fostering service is rated GOOD in all areas by Ofsted.
Due to current growth, we are expanding our existing team of social workers. We would welcome applications from social workers based in the Sussex area who would be willing to travel to families within an hour of the wider Brighton region.
Competitive salary up to £21,600 for a 24 hour working week, 5.2 weeks holiday + 1.6 weeks for bank holidays.
Independent Social Workers -covering London and the South East
Are you a highly skilled Independent Social Worker, with valid SWE registration, able to undertake PAR and/or Form F Assessments? Our service covers London and the South East (from Southampton through to Kent) and we are currently recruiting within these areas. Our ISWs work in collaboration with Diagrama assessing potential adopters and foster carers through to the point of presenting to our Independent Joint Adoption and Fostering Panel.
If you are looking for a rewarding role supporting children, adults and families through adoption and fostering - we would love you to join our team.
Diagrama Fostering is urgently seeking new foster carers. There are around 60,000 children in care in the UK at the moment and we need to find new carers to help meet current demand for placements.