£33 - £35 per hour
7 months ago
The core of this role is to directly deliver - or contribute to the delivery of - positive safety and well-being outcomes for children in need and their families, including those in need of protection and those looked after. For looked after children, a key outcome will be the achievement of permanence.
These outcomes are achieved by the effective exercise of the following functions in respect of the children and families worked with:
Engagement and relationship building / maintaining;
Analytical and continuous assessment
Making professional judgments and recommendations on the basis of assessment and review
Development, co-ordination, implementation and review of evidence-based plans; ensure that assessments, plans and advice are framed and reviewed in terms of desired outcomes for a child/young person and family
The provision of direct help by the worker
The matching of child / family with evidence-based services relevant to the identified needs.
The co-ordination of multi-professional / agency input to assessment, planning and help;
The application of theory and theoretical frameworks to all aspects of practice in accordance with the thresholds of Croydon's early help and staged intervention model
Work in compliance with statutory requirements and Croydon practice standards in respect of the protection and well-being of young people (and potentially adults up to age 25) with disabilities and looked after children. Communication and presentation of professional analysis, judgments and plans verbally and in writing in a range of settings.
If you are interested in this please send your updated CV in the first instance.