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07 March 2023

Social workers invited to Powys recruitment events

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If you’re looking for a new opportunity in social work, then Powys County Council has some great opportunities.

Social workers are invited to attend recruitment events to find out about the job opportunities across children and adult services.

There are some great benefits of working for Powys County Council, including manageable caseloads, flexible working, dedicated business support, relocation package of up to £8,000, and a market supplement for some specific roles.

Ffind out more at one of the recruitment events, from 4pm until 7pm at:

  • The Holiday Inn, Shrewsbury on Tuesday 21st March (SY2 6LG)
  • Lion Quays, Oswestry on Monday 27 March (SY11 3EN)
  • The Bear, Crickhowell on Tuesday 28 March (NP8 1BW)
  • Nant Ddu Lodge, Cwm Taf, on Wednesday 29 March (CF48 2HY)

This is a great opportunity to meet their friendly staff and find out about our social work vacancies in their care and support, assessment, through care 0 -14, mental health, and hospital discharge teams.

If you believe in the power of social work to change things for the better, do talk to us. We’re innovative, collaborative and focused and believe in people being supported to live the life they want to live, where they want to live it, with the people they want to live with. You’ll receive the support you need to do the job you love, regular supervision, and excellent training and development opportunities.
Councillor Sian Cox, Cabinet Member for a Caring Powys
Powys is a great place to work, it’s a rural county with some vibrant market towns. We offer flexible working opportunities, so you will be able to work from a location that suits you and your business needs. This could be from home, our offices, or community buildings near where you live. So, if you’re interested in a new social work job, come along to one of the events and find out why it’s a great place to work.
Councillor Susan McNicholas, Cabinet Member for Future Generations

Bring along your CV and they will match you to their current and future vacancies.

For more information about the events visit, or check out their vacancies at

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