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Bury- QSW- CMH

  • Location

    Bury, Greater Manchester

  • Sector:

    Social Care

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  • Salary:

    Up to £30 per hour

  • Contact:

    Mikeala Osborn

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  • Published:

    10 days ago

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Our client Bury Council are looking for a QSW to join their CMH team.

  1. Professionalism

Social workers are members of an internationally recognised profession, a title protected in UK law. Social workers demonstrate professional commitment by taking responsibility for their conduct, practice and learning, with support through supervision. As representatives of the social work profession they safeguard its reputation and are accountable to the professional regulator.

  • Model the Social Work role, set expectations for others and contribute to the public face of the organisation.
  • Expect appropriate professional supervision that covers practice, organisational and management aspects of the role, applying critical reflection throughout.
  • Model and help other to demonstrate professionalism.
  • Model and help others with effective workload management skills.
  • Maintain awareness of own professional limitations and knowledge gaps. Establish a network of internal and external colleagues form whom to seek advice and expertise.
  • Contribute to the learning environment for self, team and colleagues (Practice Educator Stage 2)
  • Recognise and seek ways to promote well being for team and colleagues
  • To be responsible for your own health and safety and that of customers and/or carers by adhering to policies and procedures .
  1. Values and Ethics

Social workers have an obligation to conduct themselves ethically and to engage in ethical decision-making, including through partnership with people who use their services. Social workers are knowledgeable about the value base of their profession, its ethical standards and relevant law.

  • Demonstrate confident and critical application of professional ethical principles to decision making and practice, supporting others to do so using a legal and human rights framework.
  • Model and support others to reflect on and manage the influence and impact of own values on professional practice.
  • Provide guidance and support to colleagues and team members to analyse, reflect on and work with ethical dilemmas.
  • Demonstrate confident understanding of the benefits and limitations of partnership work, support others to do so, and promote customer participation in developing service delivery.
  1. Diversity

Social workers understand that diversity characterises and shapes human experience and is critical to the formation of identity. Diversity is multi- dimensional and includes race, disability, class, economic status, age, sexuality, gender and transgender, faith and belief. Social workers appreciate that, as a consequence of difference, a person's life experience may include oppression, marginalisation and alienation as well as privilege, power and acclaim, and are able to challenge appropriately.

  • Recognise diversity and apply anti-discriminatory and anti-oppressive principles in practice
  • Support others to recognise and challenge discrimination of all forms to comply with the law.
  • Demonstrate and model the effective use of power and authority, whilst recognising and providing guidance to others as to how it may be used oppressively.
  1. Rights , Justice and Economic Wellbeing

Social workers recognise the fundamental principles of human rights and equality, and that these are protected in national and international law, conventions and policies. They ensure these principles underpin their practice. Social workers understand the importance of using and contributing to case law and applying these rights in their own practice. They understand the effects of oppression, discrimination and poverty.

  • Demonstrate ability to interpret and use current legislation and guidance to protect and/or advance people's rights and entitlements, balancing use of different legislation to achieve the best outcomes; support colleagues (both inside and outside the organisation) to do so.
  • Be able to communicate legislative issues to other professionals and agencies.
  • Model best practice in applying human rights, providing support to others and where required.
  • Enable and support people to consider and pursue a range of options that may enhance economic status including independent advocacy and right to appeal a decision.

Essential requirements:
* Degree in Social Work or equivalent qualification
* Registration with Social Work England
* ASYE completed

Benefits of working with Remedy
* A personal one-one service from your highly experienced dedicated consultant.
* Top tier supplier across London giving us first access to jobs
* Referral bonus - up to £250* per person placed.
* Double payrolls each week.

*Terms & Conditions apply

You will be required to fully register with Remedy for all locum positions.
To be considered for this role, please apply with your CV on the social care team.

Remedy Social Care is a REC Standard agency and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the vulnerable. Successful applicants will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the DBS. Our objective is to be an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from everyone with suitable skills and ability regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age, religion or belief. All applications will be accepted and reviewed solely on merit.