£34 - £35 per hour
7 months ago
1. To undertake all work in a manner that is responsive to legislative requirements as well as corporate and national priorities
2. To contribute to the formulation of the Service Plan and to be clear about Team priorities as they relate to the social work role and function.
3. To prepare for regular supervision and reflective practice consultations concerning casework practice and ensure that work is progressed and completed as agreed.
4. To contribute to regular individual performance and development consultations and undertake any necessary training and professional learning and development.
5. To take responsibility for ensuring that all work undertaken in connection with assessment, planning, monitoring and review functions are undertaken in an efficient and effective manner which demonstrates a positive impact and outcome for children, young people and their families.
6. To strive to achieve and maintain best practice standards in all aspects of the work undertaken and exercise sound professional judgements at all times.
7. To seek direction, advice, guidance and support whenever necessary and appropriate and to ensure that the Senior Practitioner/Team Manager is notified of any situation concerning risks about the safety or wellbeing of a child.
If you are interested in this role please send your updated CV in the first instance.