Up to £32.00 per hour
Ben - CWD_1616753756
16 days ago
As an experienced social worker you are expected to understand the level and nature of the responsibilities that you will accept within the team, offering supervision and leadership to both peers and less experienced professional staff.
To maintain registration the postholder is required to comply with the Standards of Proficiency for Social Workers in England.'
In addition the postholder is expected to operate within and evidence all aspects of the relevant level of the Professional Capabilities Framework (as set by The College of Social Work) and main duties could include the following:
To undertake assessments in accordance with central government and local guidelines and where appropriate prepare and present and implement plans for work with families based on such
To support children and their families so that children will be maintained in a safe environment within the family network.
To involve individual, families, carers, groups and communities in decision making, offering them choices
and options and link them to support groups and networks .
- To be accountable to individuals, families, carers, groups and communities for their practice
- To help individuals, families, carers, groups and communities represent their views in all meetings affecting them and work effectively with others to improve services offered to
- To have knowledge of services relevant to individuals, families, carers, groups and communities (not just those offered by their organization) and how to access other relevant
- To work with children and their family to ensure where appropriate a re-unification, where short term separation has been
- To initiate where necessary Care Proceedings, attend Court and represent the Local
- To support children who are looked after by this Formulate, prepare and implement appropriate care plans in line with C.L.A. procedures.
- To prepare and present range of reports including reports for Court, Child Care Reviews, P. Conferences and planning meetings.