We are currently recruiting for a Safeguarding Caseworker in Aldershot.


Pay rate: PAYE £135.73 per day/UMB £182.36 per day.

Hours:  Full time (2 days per week remote – once fully trained).

Contract duration: Temporary ongoing.



  • This role requires Safeguarding Case Workers to be suitably qualified and expert practitioners in Safeguarding work, able to conduct child safeguarding investigations and confident in multi-agency collaboration whilst ensuring a child centered approach.
  • Work collaboratively with customers including children, families, volunteers, and employees in the Army Cadets, and those representing other agencies including Social Services and Police.
  • Provide safeguarding advice and support to others, and will handle a caseload of safeguarding cases, completing enquiries, and making child centered decisions.
  • When appropriate they will make referrals to the Disclosure and Barring Service or equivalents. The role will involve leading cases across a wide geographical area.



  • Work in a child centered way by promoting the wellbeing and safeguarding of children above other factors.
  • Act as a point of contact out of office hours for safeguarding disclosures, concerns, and referrals, providing experienced advice and guidance and sharing information with other agencies as vital.
  • Attend multi-agency and internal meetings virtually and/ or in-person.
  • Build and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues and other partners.
  • Undertake enquiries and resolve suitability of individuals to remain in the Army Cadets.
  • Lead safeguarding cases in line with national legislation, guidance and Army Cadet Regulations and Safeguarding standing orders.
  • Utilise sound professional judgement to make decisions on safeguarding cases.
  • Complete all vital documentation, ensuring full and accurate records are maintained.
  • Participate substantially in regular professional supervision.
  • Seek and engage with opportunities for continuous professional development.



  • The ideal candidate will have experience of front-line child protection intervention and/ or risk assessment of perpetrators of abuse.
  • They will also ideally have but are not limited to a Diploma, Degree in a relevant subject area, or experience as a Social Worker, Nurse, Police Officer, Youth Offending Officer, or Probation Officer.


Apply online or contact Terri O’Keefe on 07879 585551. You can also email terri@peelsolutions.co.uk  for more information on this role.

Job Category: Investigative
Job Type: Temporary
Job Location: Greater London

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