BASW Employment vacancies

Projects & Evaluation Officer

Are you an experienced candidate, preferably from a project delivery or impact measurement and evaluation background? This is a great opportunity to join the team on a 9 month fixed term contract.  Salary £25,901 - £35,320 + benefits.  Birmingham/office based.  Application deadline 10am 5th February 2021. 

Policy & Campaigns Officer

This is an exciting opportunity to join the BASW England team to drive policy change by leading campaigns, lobbying and engaging with all stakeholders.  This is a fixed term 1 year contract salary £35,320 - £50,625 per annum + benefits. Home/office based.   Application deadline 10am 5th February 2021. 

Committee vacancies

Finance & Organisational Development Committee vacancies

BASW needs to keep developing to ensure we are strong and effective for the future of social work. The Finance & Organisational Development Committee keeps our finances on track and also considers and recommends developments in terms of staffing, organisational structure, governance and new initiatives. As a member of the Committee you will be at the heart of ensuring BASW continues on its successful journey of development. The Committee reports to BASW Council with its recommendations.

BASW Northern Ireland Committee (3 Vacancies)

An exciting opportunity has arisen for three BASW Northern Ireland member positions on the Northern Ireland National Standing Committee (NSC), including a student member.

BASW Cymru Committee vacancies

Following more successful developments for BASW Cymru, there are vacancies for three new committee members

BASW England Children and Families Group vacancies

Build your career by contributing to your profession:  We are looking for social work practitioners across England who are willing to commit time towards the development of children and families social work in your regional area.

Other vacancies

PSW Editorial Advisory Board Vacancy (Wales representative)

Are you a BASW Cymru member who would like to play a more active role in Professional Social Work magazine? We’re seeking a member in Wales to fill a vacancy on the PSW editorial board. You don’t need to have knowledge of publishing – the role of the board is to advise and support the editor on the content and direction of the magazine and monitor its quality.

Mentoring roles 

Are you a BASW member with experience of workforce development and are keen to extend your skills and CV through mentoring? BASW England are now looking to recruit five new mentor volunteers for the service.