£28 - £32 per hour
Ben - PD_1631540145
3 days ago
Ealing Social Services are looking for a qualified social worker to work in their independent living services team.
Social Workers - Independent Living Service (ILS)
We currently have vacancies for qualified social workers within the ILS service.
As you know, Better Lives introduced a wide cultural change looking at the social care offer, expectations of it, the way the Council works with partners, residents and providers and the very principles of our social work practice.
Our staff are the key drivers to success and staff within the independent living service must champion the need to embrace a shift in expectations, skills sets and practice and a more creative way of supporting those who need it. If you are a dedicated and passionate about making a difference to the lives of Adults, please be encouraged to apply for the post.
Ealing council is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. Ealing follows safer recruitment practices to protect children and vulnerable adults. The post holder will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. These posts are subject to Ealing's enhanced vetting process.
PURPOSE OF ROLE:
* To work as a part of a multi-disciplinary team providing consistent, timely, quality and financially sustainable social work services to adults, their carers and their families.
* To improve outcomes for adults, enabling them to have security, stability and enabling them to have security, stability and enabling them to develop independence.
* To maintain high standards of professional practice and to provide social work services to adults in accordance with the legislative and regulatory framework and departmental guidance and procedure
ESSENTIAL EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS / REGISTRATION:
Professional social work qualification:
CQSW, DipSW, CCETSW approved equivalent, Social Work Degree.
HCPC Social Worker registration.
Experience of building purposeful, effective relationships with Adults, their carer's and their families