Social Worker Resumes

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Social worker resumes should include the following:

  • The name of each of your employers and your job titles should be included on your resume.
  • The number of staff you manage (if applicable).
  • Strategic, planning and budgetary responsibilities (if applicable).
  • Your main areas of work, which might cover: field, residential or probation work.
  • Details of your typical caseload.
  • Contacts with other professionals.
  • Assessment of your clients' needs.
  • Building a relationship of trust and providing practical help.
  • One-to-one and group work.
  • Organization and planning responsibilities, including arranging services for clients
  • Producing detailed casework reports.
  • Any major projects that you have worked on and whether you completed the projects on time and on budget (if you had budgetary responsibility).
  • New procedures, practices and processes that you have introduced or developed.
  • How you have reduced costs / saved money for your department will make your resume stand out.
  • How you have improved efficiency / productivity within your department will make your resume stand out.
  • Any other achievements that have benefited your clients / employers.

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