Average Social Work Supervisor Salary in United Kingdom

£40,695
Avg. Base Salary (GBP)
10%
£32k
MEDIAN
£41k
90%
£53k

The average salary for a Social Work Supervisor is £40,695

Base Salary
£32k - £53k
Total Pay
£32k - £53k
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What Do Social Work Supervisors Do?

Social Work Supervisor Tasks
  • Supervise, support, and evaluate a team of social workers in day-to-day operations.
  • Educate clients on options and make referrals to other agencies.
  • Review and improve recommendations and treatment plans, including identifying psychological tests or other unmet needs.
  • Offer guidance and assistance with complex or difficult cases, including coordination of services.
  • Ensure compliance to all applicable regulations and documentation practices.
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FAQs About Social Work Supervisors

What is the highest pay for Social Work Supervisors?

Our data indicates that the highest pay for a Social Work Supervisor is £53k / year

What is the lowest pay for Social Work Supervisors?

Our data indicates that the lowest pay for a Social Work Supervisor is £32k / year

How can Social Work Supervisors increase their salary?

Increasing your pay as a Social Work Supervisor is possible in different ways. Change of employer: Consider a career move to a new employer that is willing to pay higher for your skills. Level of Education: Gaining advanced degrees may allow this role to increase their income potential and qualify for promotions. Managing Experience: If you are a Social Work Supervisor that oversees more junior Social Work Supervisors, this experience can increase the likelihood to earn more.