Retired or former social workers needed to support Cornwall’s most vulnerable

Apr 7, 2020 | Coronavirus, News

Cornwall Council is calling for any former or retired social workers to help Cornwall’s most vulnerable people during this time of unprecedented demand.

The Council has asked anyone living in Cornwall who has experience of working in social services – including retired social workers or those who have recently left the profession – to help maintain the support provided to vulnerable families, children and adults through the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you know a former or retired social worker who might be interested, they can register their interest via email at HRdeployment@cornwall.gov.uk. Cornwall Council will then contact them to gain further details of their qualifications and skill set.

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