We help adults with social care needs find support so they can live as independently as possible in their own homes. This includes older people, people with physical or learning disabilities, and mental health service users. Social workers have great opportunities to develop their practice in our diverse borough. We enable our staff to deliver outstanding services to our residents by committing to excellent supervision and promoting continuous professional development, through learning and development opportunities.
We offer a competitive salary and if you are newly qualified, you can expect to start on £32,430. Experienced social workers can expect a starting salary between £34,794 to £41,706.
In addition to many benefits, we can also offer you:
Thank you for your interest in the exciting new ICT opportunities we have here at Enfield Council.
As a successful, high performing council in one of London’s most vibrant and diverse boroughs, we want to deliver our core services with a high level of quality, while seeking new and innovative ways to do business using technology.
We are going through some unprecedented changes in the way we deliver our ICT service due to COVID-19. Reflecting this new way of working is a new ICT strategy and plan. Our new approach, aligned to our Corporate Plan, is under construction and is due to be launched in September 2020. The revised plan has already identified the need to do things differently and, as a result, we are now looking for new skills and approaches, including committed Digital ICT professionals to strengthen our existing team and to ensure that our objectives and priorities are delivered effectively.
I believe you’ll find working in Enfield and in ICT an immensely rewarding experience. Enfield provides a fantastic opportunity for talented and ambitious professionals to make a real contribution to the quality of life in the borough and, through our commitment to invest in our staff, to develop your own skills and experience whilst working in a dynamic, fair and flexible environment. The organisational culture is positive, open and supportive with a real focus on outcomes. We’ve built excellent momentum in recent years and have established a reputation for high quality services and innovation.
Having joined Enfield in March 2020 as the ICT Director, a new post created to reflect the need to develop our Digital and Data capability, I want to work at pace in making Enfield the flag ship example of an innovative technology service to residents and staff.
Enfield Council wants to provide pioneering digital solutions, advanced analytics and data capability, and optimum ways of working that will extend beyond the council to make Enfield a great place to live and work.
We are delighted to be partnering with Understanding Recruitment to help us fill some of our vacancies. If this sounds like the next career move for you, visit Understanding Recruitment for a full list of available roles, or email Daniel Nightingale at firstname.lastname@example.org or Harry Sansom at email@example.com.
Kieran Murphy – FIOD
Director - Digital, Data & Technology Director