Could you help Diagrama Fostering offer vulnerable children the chance of a brighter future?
We believe all the children we work with deserve to have self-worth and the confidence instilled in them to reach their full potential. And we’re always interested in hearing from exceptional people who can help us to do just that.
If you think you can help deliver our high-quality services and support vulnerable children through often difficult times, we’d love to hear from you.
Based in Chatham, Kent. £27k per annum - full time role
Are you looking for a rewarding career working for an organisation where you can help make a difference to the lives of vulnerable children?
Are you a motivated, enthusiastic, conscientious and experienced administration manager with excellent organisational skills and exacting attention to detail? Do you enjoy a challenge and have the skills and qualities to lead and develop our busy Fostering and Adoption administration team?
If you can answer yes to the above and like working in a fast-paced and demanding office environment, this could be the role for you. Download a full job description here and get in touch with our team today.
Independent PAR assessors
Home-based role, covering London and South East. Competitive rates paid.
Diagrama’s Adoption service is looking for highly skilled independent social workers to undertake PAR Assessments. Our adoption service covers London and the South East and we are currently recruiting within this area. We are looking to have a ‘bank’ of suitably skilled and experienced independent social work assessors from across the south east from which we can draw from. Independent social workers will report to the manager of the service and undertake assessments in line with the updated Coram/BAAF Competency Framework. Fees are competitive.
If you have the skills we are looking for please DOWNLOAD the full job description and get in touch.
Diagrama Fostering is urgently seeking new foster carers. There are around 60,000 children in care in the UK at the moment and we need to find new carers to help meet current demand for placements.