Freedom of information response

Staff employed in Adult Social Care & Children's Social Care

Publication date: 
Thursday 6 September 2018
Request: 

How many staff does your council employ in the provision of

1) Adult Social Care Services?

2) Children's Social Care Services?

Please include employees on all grades in: Home care, reablement, day care, residential care, care commissioning, meals on wheels , sheltered housing,
occupational therapy and those involved in dealing with direct payments. If there are others, please include them.

Response: 

1) 

    a)  As of 20/07/2018, we have 534 members of staff employed in Adult Social Care Services.

    b)  As of 20/07/2018, we have 225 members of staff employed in Children Social Care Services

2)  As per the above figures, this includes all employees.

3)

Adult Social Care

Full Time

Part Time

Casual

Male

Female

201

265

68

45

489

Children’s Social Care

Full Time

Part Time

Casual

Male

Female

167

49

9

36

189

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Request reference:
FOI 8128