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TACT is the UK’s largest dedicated fostering charity. Our core work involves providing high quality and well-supported fostering families for children and young people in the care of local authorities. Working in partnership with local authorities across England, Wales and Scotland, we are dedicated to providing creative, effective and outcome-focussed services. We also campaign on behalf of children and young people in care and carers and are a leading voice in the sector.

Our vision is to provide better lives for our children and young people.

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Supervising Social Worker

Location: Homebased - Yorkshire & North East

Salary: £31,764 p.a. + £750 Homeworking Allowance p.a + £1,500 OOH Allowance p.a. + £500 Placement Allowance p.a.

TACT Yorkshire is seeking to appoint a Supervising Social Worker to join their growing team based in Yorkshire and North East. Travel will be required to visit foster families located in Yorkshire, predominately in West & South Yorkshire,


Senior Supervising Social Worker

Location: West Midlands.

Salary: £35,893 - £39,880 p.a + £750 Homeworking Allowance p.a + £1,500 OOH Allowance p.a.

TACT West Midlands is seeking to appoint a Fostering Senior Supervising Social Worker to join their team in supporting our families in West Midlands, Covering Coventry, Warwickshire and Shropshire.


Commissioning Fostering Social Worker

Location: Bristol

Salary: £38,143 per annum (£35,893 per annum salary + £1,500 per annum Out of Hours Rota Allowance + £750 per annum Homeworking Allowance)

A rare opportunity to work for an ‘OUTSTANDING’ team where trauma-informed practice is the foundation of everything we do. This is a Senior Supervising Social Worker role with a focus on ensuring the best possible outcomes for children and young people who have experienced trauma due to adverse childhood experiences. The successful candidate will need to be confident in negotiating fostering fees, attending commissioning meetings, and adopting a therapeutic and trauma-informed approach when sharing monitoring information with local authorities.