Jobsgopublic partner with Wirral Council

 

Wirral are on a journey to make Children’s Services great.  Jobsgopublic are part of this journey, helping Wirral tell their story about what makes them special. Together, they’ve launched a brand-new social care careers site which explores Wirral’s vision, leadership and outstanding working environment.

Wirral have a new outward looking, innovative and high-performing senior leadership team and a culture of agile working. This is how they’re providing social workers with everything they need to carry out their best work. With excellent professional development training and new models of working, each social worker has the support to shape their own career, as well as the future of the service.

Through podcasts with Director Paul Boyce, and interviews with practitioners, Jobsgopublic found out what it’s really like to be a social worker in the area. These conversations made it clear why any passionate professional should make Wirral their next career choice.

Jobsgopublic interviewed M. Belton, a social worker in the Assessment and Prevention team, whose experience perfectly summarises the message of this campaign:  “There’s been huge improvements in the last 12 months, with more transparency and everyone aiming to the same overall goal. It feels like the organisation is making big steps to improve and they are well and truly in this journey”.

Wirral know their journey isn’t over yet, but they’re making huge progress towards where they want to be – creating a Wirral that is a great place in which to grow up.

James, Jobsgopublic’s Client Partnership Manager from the North, has been working closely with Wirral on this campaign:  “Social care campaigns have always been incredibly close to our hearts as an organisation and Wirral encapsulate everything about why that’s the case. The way they’ve approached a very challenging situation with such positivity and enthusiasm is fantastic. They’re looking for social workers who want to make a difference. If you want be part of something special you’ve come to the right place, the future is very bright at Wirral.”

Elaine Hart, the Interim Senior Resourcing Manager, had this to say regarding the campaign: “Wirral Children’s Services were looking for new and innovative ways to recruit into social care roles. JGP have offered a very proactive and creative approach and have worked to our extremely tight timescales to deliver a great microsite. We are looking forward to seeing how the campaign progresses and we are off to a great start!”

To continue Wirral’s story and find out more about their Children’s Services opportunities, visit their dedicated microsite www.wirralsocialcarejobs.com

 

Wednesday, 17 October 2018

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Jobsgopublic partner with Wirral Council