Budget 2016

Four-year settlement unaffected by Budget, confirms Clark

19/04/2016

The four-year financial settlement for local authorities will not be affected by cuts announced in this year's Budget, the Government has confirmed.

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Community Alarms Officer

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
£20,903 - £24,491 pro rata
We are looking for enthusiastic individuals who possess a good working knowledge of the community alarm service including assessing and installing... Sandwell, West Midlands
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Qualified Social Workers within Adult Services

Essex County Council
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Essex County Council continues to review its ways of working during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. We continue to work within adult social care with a England, Essex, Colchester
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Occupational Therapists - Adult Services

Essex County Council
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Essex County Council continues to review its ways of working during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. We continue to work within adult social care with a England, Essex, Harlow
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Experienced Social Worker/Senior Practitioner

Kirklees Metropolitan Council
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We’re on an ambitious journey and looking for passionate and committed social workers to join our teams which are... Kirklees, West Yorkshire
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Social Worker - Family Worker (Link Role) - Witham

Essex County Council
Negotiable
Family Solutions is an Early Help service in Essex working holistically with disadvantage families, with multiple difficulties to enable them to make England, Essex, Witham
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