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Qualified Social Worker - Adults Complex Care Bromley Council

Qualified Social Worker - Adults Complex Care Bromley Council

  • Location

    Bromley, London

  • Sector:

    Social Care

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £30 - £32 per hour

  • Contact:

    Ben Holden

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  • Job ref:

    Ben - CC_1652777697

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Expiry date:


Bromley Council are looking for a QSW to join their Adults Complex Care Team.

Brief JD in the Complex Care West Team The Complex Care West has an exciting opportunity to offer a qualified Care Manager a position for approximately 3 months. Following the Care Act 2014 the posts will give staff the opportunity to work in new ways with Adults, Older People and Carers in providing personalised services that offers greater choice control over how their care and support needs. You will be supporting Younger Adults with physical disabilities and sensory impairment and Older People to live as independently as they are able and work with their carers to ensure risks are appropriately managed. You will be a vital member of these teams with some supervisory responsibilities for unqualified staff. You will need to be flexible, committed, and hard working with a willingness to work to quality standards. You will be working within a multidisciplinary framework and need to have good communication and negotiating skills. You will be working with Partner agencies and will be required to develop close working relationships with them. You will be required to work as a duty worker on a rota bases, undertake Safeguarding work and Best Interest assessments and maybe required to provide supervision/support to less experienced staff. Some experience of supervision is required but not essential. We are looking to appoint someone who is suitably qualified, innovative, enthusiastic and very motivated. You need to be a good team player. Bromley is committed to staff learning and development and you will receive regular supervision and mandatory training opportunities. The Council has a positive attitude towards supporting staff wishing to access flexible working. We recognise that this option presents different managerial issues that should be addressed before reaching an agreement with staff prior to recruitment.