Links - Careers in Social Care
Wrexham County Borough Council Social Services supports children, young people and vulnerable adults as well as their families and carers. Services are provided directly and via commissioned services. Social Services has a range of roles delivering support to individuals to live as safely and independently as possible, whilst providing care to enable them to live a full and active life.
Social Care Workers
Provide care directly to individuals in a range of settings, from supporting people in their own homes with day to day living tasks, to accompanying individuals to day centres or activity groups, taking them swimming or visiting the cinema, to caring for people with complex health needs in residential homes or supported accommodation. Each role in Social Care offers a variety of challenges and rewards and offers training and development opportunities for you if you wish to support people to get the most from their lives and enable them to be part of their communities.
Social Care Partnership Vacancies
The Council also has a number of contracted partners who support the authority by providing social care services to individuals living within the borough. If you would like to know more about working in the Social Care Sector with one of our partners you can find out more about the vacancies they have by visiting their webpages as listed below.
Residential Care Homes
To be a Social Worker, you will need to have a specific professional qualification (e.g. undergraduate or Masters’ degree in social work) and be registered with a professional body.
To be an Occupational Therapist you will need to have a specific professional qualification (e.g. undergraduate or Masters’ degree in Occupational Therapy) and be registered with a professional body.
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