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Slough Council- Social Worker- Child Protection

Slough Council- Social Worker- Child Protection

  • Location

    Slough, Berkshire

  • Sector:

    Social Care

  • Job type:

    Temporary

  • Salary:

    £33 - £35 per hour

  • Contact:

    Lorna Burner

  • Contact email:

    lorna@remedymedical.co.uk

  • Salary high:

    35

  • Salary low:

    33

  • Job ref:

    LORNA_1578490906

  • Published:

    7 months ago

  • Duration:

    Ongoing

  • Expiry date:

    2020-02-07

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

Responsible for undertaking social work on allocated cases producing outcome based plans, having regard to the needs of, and risks to, children and their families. 

To develop effective relationships with children, young people and their families to improve impact of work and determine the level of service available ensuring written plans are agreed with the CYP and their families and reflect their views. 

To determine, using evidence based practice how these needs will be met subject to resources, statutory responsibilities, within the framework of council policies and procedures. 

To be responsible for effective Individual performance in line with national standards and performance indicators, including receiving regular supervision. 

Responsible for participating in routine auditing activity across the service to secure the highest possible standards of social work practice and record keeping and to act in accordance with requirements of the Quality Assurance Framework. 

To ensure that the needs of service users/carers from all communities are addressed, and that close attention is paid to equalities issues in all aspects of work. To ensure access to translation and interpretation services as necessary. 

To complete financial assessments and, where appropriate, to determine contributions and levels of need/service.  With the agreement of the Social Work Team Manager, to identify resources required and available to promote child/family well being. 

To develop and maintain effective working relationships at appropriate levels with other relevant partner agencies e.g. voluntary, community, schools, police, health other statutory agencies/local resource networks and internal partners.