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New careers website and application portal

It's now easier to find out what it’s like to work with us, browse jobs, and apply. Visit our new website now then take our survey to tell us what you think.

Elections on 2 May

Elections for the next Mayor of London and London Assembly members, as well as the by-election for Hillrise ward, will take place on Thursday 2 May. Make sure you're registered to vote by midnight on Tuesday 16 April. You can also sign-up to our Voting and Elections bulletin to get reminders and resources to help you vote.

Jobs and careers

Career development

We want every member of our team to learn, grow and move forward in their careers. Whatever your role, you will have your own development plan and access to a wide range of learning and development activities. If you are keen to progress, we will support you in realising your full potential.

“There’s a wide range of training and the people I work with are amazing.”
Michael Stefaniw, Pharmacy Technician, Reablement Service
Michael looking directly at the camera with a soft smile

Our offer to social workers 

  • continuous professional development support sessions to maintain Social Work England registration
  • career development surgeries and meetings
  • a well-organised and supportive assisted and supported Year in Education programme
  • a full range of accredited post-qualifying training programmes such as Approved Mental Health Professionals, Best Interest Assessment and Practice Education
  • management training opportunities to support you to progress into management.

Skills and training

Our varied learning and development offer incorporates membership of Making Research Count and the North Central London Teaching Partnership. We hold regular training sessions on a wide range of topics, and hold 'lunch and learn' sessions and practitioner forums. We're constantly gathering feedback from staff so that we can develop and evolve our training offer to make sure we're meeting our team's immediate and future needs.

Progressing into other roles

Depending on your entry level, there are many different opportunities for progression into senior practitioner and team manager roles. In addition, there are opportunities to move into commissioning, service improvement and service provision roles. We take an internal-first approach to recruitment to support internal career progression and open up opportunities for existing staff.

Join us

Islington is a positive place to be in Adult Social Care – so be here for what comes next. 

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