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Qualified Social Worker - Assessment Team

  • Location

    Surrey, England

  • Sector:

    Social Care

  • Job type:

    Temporary

  • Salary:

    £28 - £38 per hour + DOE

  • Contact:

    Sky Harp

  • Contact email:

    sky@remedymedical.co.uk

  • Salary high:

    38

  • Salary low:

    28

  • Job ref:

    SKY_1583774121

  • Published:

    23 days ago

  • Duration:

    ongoing

  • Expiry date:

    2020-04-08

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

Remedy Recruitment Group are looking for a Qualified Social Worker for an Assessment Team for Surrey County Council.

Job Purpose

- management of triage of contacts to the service to ascertain whether contacts from families, members of the community and partner organisations meet the threshold for a statutory social work assessment of significant impairment of a child's health/development or significant harm, with appropriate information from referrers and the consent of the family (except when over-ridden by a team manager to protect a child from further significant harm);

-to provide an assessment of the needs of family members, their strengths and any risks to children's health/development or significant harm to the child/ren and develop SMART plans that will meet the needs of family members and reduce risks to children, in conjunction with children and their families and in the most complex cases

-to work with partners to meet those needs and monitor progress via child in need and core group meetings involving families, young people and relevant professionals

-to chair reviews of children in need cases, strategy discussions, permanency planning meetings and professional's meetings on complex cases

-to conduct complex child protection investigations where a multi-agency strategy discussion considers there are grounds to believe the child has or is likely to suffer significant harm and to involve families in developing plans for change which will reduce the risk of significant harm and keep children in their families wherever possible.