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Qualified Senior Practitioner Young People's Disability Service

Qualified Senior Practitioner Young People's Disability Service

  • Location

    Windsor, Berkshire

  • Sector:

    Social Care

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £38.00 - £40.00 per hour

  • Contact:

    Ben Holden

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  • Salary low:


  • Job ref:

    Ben - SP_1623142660

  • Published:

    about 2 months ago

  • Expiry date:


Remedy Recruitment Group are looking for a Senior Practitioner to join Windsor's Young People's Disability Service.

About the service:

Achieving for Children has a passion to deliver the best outcomes for children and young people. We need senior practitioners to work across our teams to provide support, stability and effective interventions for our caseloads. The senior practitioner will support the development of our NQSW programme, student placements and professional development within the teams they reside in. The role may be located at either our Windsor and Maidenhead operational area or our Kingston and Richmond area.

About the role:

Senior Practitioners across our teams will support children and young people and their families, Senior Practitioners lead on complex identification of risk, needs and pathway planning, providing direct support to children, young people and families to achieve their aims. The Senior Practitioner will also provide mentoring/assessing to NQSW's and students within their team. Our social work interventions provide support to families, children and young people from birth up to the age of 25, this will include vulnerable groups including unaccompanied asylum seeking children. The interventions aim to enable effective and safe development, develop independent and inspire them to set ambitious goals for themselves. Goals such as having the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to succeed in life including having appropriate accommodation options; access to education, training and employment; live a healthy lifestyle and access health support when they need it and develop and maintain social networks that will sustain them throughout their lives. As a senior practitioner you will hold a range of cases at various stages of intervention and levels of complexity. Supervision will form an essential support function to enable our senior practitioners to reflect, develop and consider the best forms of responses that will improve the work with children, young people and families.