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  • £31.00 - £32.50/hour
Social Worker - Child Protection Team - West London Role: Social Worker Location: West London Team: Child Protection Team Pay: Upto £32.50 per hour Contract: Full Time Locum The ideal Qualified Social Worker for this Child Protection Team in West London will have 12 months experience with a relevant ASYE or 18-24 months Post Qualifying experience Alongside this you will have: HCPC Registration Social Work Qualification Recent DBS Check (or we can do one for you) Locum work can provide a flexible lifestyle as you can decide when and where to work. The financial rewards are good, but you must be prepared to hit the ground running immediately with enthusiasm and empathy for your service users. To apply for this Qualified Social Worker role in a Child Protection team in West London please contact Jamie on (Apply online only). Sheldon Phillips - It's our job to care too
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  • £28.00 - £30.00/hour
Social Worker - Hospital Discharge Team - Berkshire Role: Social Worker Location: Berkshire Team: Hospital Discharge Team Pay: Upto £30 per hour Contract: Full Time Locum The ideal Qualified Social Worker for this Hospital Discharge Team in Berkshire will have 12 months experience with a relevant ASYE or 18-24 months Post Qualifying experience Alongside this you will have: HCPC Registration Social Work Qualification Recent DBS Check (or we can do one for you) Locum work can provide a flexible lifestyle as you can decide when and where to work. The financial rewards are good, but you must be prepared to hit the ground running immediately with enthusiasm and empathy for your service users. To apply for this Qualified Social Worker role in a Hospital Discharge team in Berkshire please contact Jamie on (Apply online only). Sheldon Phillips - It's our job to care too
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  • £28 - £32/hour Flexible Hours
Senior Social Worker - Join a Busy Duty and Assessment Team - West London Our client is a local authority based in the West London area, looking for experienced Social Workers to join their busy Duty and Assessment Team to clear a back log of cases. This local authority is on an improvement journey and is committed to hiring staff looking for stable employment. Offering you the opportunity to develop your career with continuous training and supervision, this will allow you to acquire more experience and better career prospects. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Social Worker who prefers to work autonomously and get stuck into casework with the view off clearing off cases and helping bring caseloads back to nominal levels. Due to the nature of work this local auhtority will be looking for Qualified Social Workers with a strong background within Referral and Assessment. If the above is of interest please do contact Jessel Samba on (Apply online only) Ext. 7153 or
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Care manager - Adults - Bromley Our client is a local authority looking for a Qualified Social Worker to work in Care Management team. To be considered for this role you must have: - • A degree in Social Work • Hold a full HCPC registration • Two years post graduate experience in a relevant team • Experience of working in delivering client care, within either a care home, hospital or care home environment. • Be eligible to work in the UK • Driving licence and business insurance would be beneficial • DBS update is preferred by client The role will involve: - • Undertaking client assessments, in accordance with legislation and company values the client care pathway ensuring all focus on placements/ clients/ patients, whether home based or in care home, hospital is delivered within agreed time lines • Accountable for client/ patient set up from point of transaction/ sale/ setting them up on your system, through to the client start date, including paperwork and systems data • Maintaining care-related documents, ensuring all processes completed • Planning the case load for care related activity from point of assessment through to service end) Why work for Badenoch and Clark Social Care: - • We are part of the Adecco Group so have access to many QSW vacancies • Almost 10yrs experience as a specialist social work recruiter • Ability to move locations and roles • Dedicated Recruitment Consultant • Free compliance service • Flexibility of contracts offered • “Refer a Friend” bonus - £200 for each referral (subject to term) To discuss this role or any other Qualified Social Worker jobs please contact Rehaan Hussain at Badenoch and Clark on (Apply online only) or email your CV Badenoch & Clark is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. Badenoch & Clark is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a registered Disability Symbol User
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Looked After Children Social Worker needed for this South Coast of England County Council. Working with children who are looked after to achieve and maintain permanence, including permanency and care planning, family proceedings and preparation for children leaving care. Please contact Wayne Molsher for further information
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I am looking for a Referral and Assessment Social Worker for this South Coast local authority. You will have previous duty experience and have a high focus on completing assessments in a timely fashion. Immediate start. To be eligible for this role, you must have a relevant Social Work qualification (BA / MA Social Work / DipSW / CCETSW), be registered with the HCPC, be eligible to work in the UK and must have experience within a similar team
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  • £32000 - £34000/annum plus performance-based incentives
Fabulous opportunity for an experienced, quality-focused Home Manager to manage a well-established Residential & Nursing Home on the outskirts of Derby. This friendly, well-presented 31-bed Home, which is run by a small, successful independent care home group, currently offers comprehensive residential and nursing care services for the elderly, some with dementia, from within a pleasant residential setting close to local amenities. Working initially on a 12-month fixed-term contract to cover maternity leave (but with a very real chance that the position could become permanent thereafter), the successful candidate will assume full accountability for the operational performance of the Home and be expected to maintain and further develop the excellent relationships already established with outside agencies and other stakeholders, with a view to consistently achieving excellent occupancy levels as a result. Furthermore, the post-holder will work in close liaison with the carer team to drive quality standards within the Home, ensuring the fundamental standards set out by the by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) continue to be adhered to. Applicants must be experienced Home Managers, ideally with a Registered Managers Award (or equivalent) and significant proven experience of working in a similar role. Please note, a registered nurse qualification is not required for this post, as plans are afoot to change the home’s registration to residential only. Outstanding communication, team-working and leadership skills are all essential, as is demonstrable experience in providing a service which meets all CQC registration requirements to a high standard. Furthermore, applicants should ideally have previous experience of managing within elderly care settings, whilst at the same time being commercially aware, proactive individuals, with excellent administration skills. A competitive annual salary of £32-34k p.a. depending on experience, plus performance-based incentives, awaits the successful candidate. For further information, please contact James Parkin at Caresolve on tel. (Apply online only). Alternatively, to apply on-line, please click on the link provided. Please note, only applicants with current eligibility to work in the UK need apply
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Qualified Social Worker - Children and Families We have an immediate opportunity for a Qualified Social Worker with experience in statutory children and families social work to start as soon as possible in the East of Scotland. The post is offered on a 3 month contract full-time basis. Our client is looking for experienced and qualified children and families social workers to undertake the following: - To receive referrals To undertake initial assessment of the referrals received To undertake statutory functions in relation to child protection referrals and registrations To undertake statutory function in relation to young people who are looked after To participate in the duty rota for Children & Families referrals To build positive, co-operative working relationships with practice team staff and to engage effectively with outside agencies. To participate in care plan reviews, planning meetings and case conferences as required. To contribute to Practice Team meetings and staff development sessions. To maintain case records in accordance with agency expectations. To participate in supervision which will be offered on a regular basis. To become familiar with the local authorities policies and procedures To promote equal opportunities and anti-discriminatory practice in all aspects of work. To undertake any other appropriate duties as determined by the Social Work Director or his nominee. THE COMPANY The Social Care Community Partnership EXPERIENCE Ideally applicants should have at least 1 years UK post qualifying experience within a children and families social work context and have a proven ability in carrying out initial assessments, IERs and social background reports. One of the posts also requires the successful applicant to undertake duty work. Applicants MUST possess a relevant qualification in Social Work e.g. DipSW, CCETSW, Degree or Masters in Social Work and be willing to arrange a face to face appointment to register with one of our Consultants or Care Managers at our office based in Loanhead – other arrangements can be made if this is not possible. The successful applicant must also have current registration with the Scottish Social Services Council , and possess a recent PVG Scheme Record through Disclosure Scotland, this can be applied for through our agency. Post Qualifying awards in Child Protection and Joint Interview Training highly desirable. Use of the SWIFT assessment tool highly desirable. Due to the area covered a car driver with access to their own transport is essential
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Head of Region | Social Work Charity | Birmingham/West Midlands We require an experienced Manager to work with a Social Work Charity team based within Birmingham. The Successful Manager will be required to have a minimum of 4 years recent Managerial experience of working within a Social Work Charity team. The successful Social Worker will have experience of: • Identification and assessment of potential new local authorities in the region wishing to join the programme. * Working with the local authorities to ensure all preparations and arrangements are in place to ensure an enabling and supportive culture, which allows for the provision of an excellent practice learning experience. * Supporting and guiding local authorities through all stages of the programme so that participants and local authorities maximise the benefit from engagement in Frontline. This includes planning for, and support during, transition to the Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (year two of the programme), and planning for subsequent years. * Helping local authorities to link Frontline’s activity and mission to their strategic practice and staffing development plans. * Building a strong regional identity in which local authorities collaborate to share learning with mutually supportive relationships. * Building creative partnerships with aligned organisations (including Teach First and Think Ahead) and organisations which could provide Contrasting Learning Experiences. To apply for this the Social Worker must have • A relevant Social Work qualification (BA/MA Social Work/DipSW or equivalent) • Be HCPC Registered • Be eligible to work within the UK Salary is £58,000 per year. 4Social Work is a specialist recruitment agency for Qualified Social Workers and care professionals. We offer: * An excellent referral scheme of £250 for each successfully placed referral * HCPC certified complimentary training Our own dedicated payroll support ensuring you get the full benefits of your payment Recruitment is done in line with safe recruitment practices. 4Social Work is an equal opportunities employer. To discuss this vacancy or other Social Work vacancies in your area please contact Luke Robertson on (Apply online only). Who Cares? We Do
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  • £20138 - £24174/annum NJC 21-27, pro rata
We are looking for a Housing Support & Recovery Worker to provide flexible, proactive and assertive support which promotes recovery and independence within a positive risk management approach to adults with severe and enduring mental health issues who are resident in Oxfordshire. Housing Support & Recovery Worker (Fixed Term) Transitional Housing Recovery Service Based: Witney, Oxon Hours: 37 hours per week Contract: Fixed Term Maternity Cover Salary: £20,138 - £24,174 (NJC scale point 21–27) per annum pro rata The post holder will support individuals to live within the terms of their tenancy/license agreement and working with them in a holistic way on their identified goals About Oxfordshire Mind We’re Mind, the mental health charity. We’re here to make sure anyone with a mental health problem has somewhere to turn for advice and support. We provide a range of support services across Oxfordshire from an information line to supported housing. With one in four people experiencing a mental health problem at some point in their lives, people need Mind more than ever. The services we provide include: • Transitional Housing Recovery Service as part of the Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership • Oxfordshire Mind Wellbeing Service • Talking Space psychological therapy service in partnership with Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust • ‘Benefits for Better Mental Health’, a welfare benefits advice service • Information line • Volunteering & peer support opportunities About Oxfordshire Mind Housing The service specifications were originally developed through the Oxfordshire Mental Health and Support Strategy ‘From Supported to Independent Living’. The service is now part of a single outcome based mental health contract which is delivered by the Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership (OMHP) to provide fully integrated adult mental health services across the county for five years. The partnership brings together Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust (lead contractor), Oxfordshire Mind, Connection Floating Support, Response, Restore and Elmore Community Services. The aims of the Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership are to: • Oxfordshire Mind’s Transitional Housing Recovery Service is for people aged 18 -65 who have severe and enduring mental health problems. The service is part of a pathway of housing services that promote recovery and independence • Support people aged 18 -65 in Oxfordshire with long term mental health problems (Clusters 4-17) to achieve personal recovery, independence and be social included in the wider community • Improve access to mental health services • Provide integrated recovery focused mental health services with a holistic assessment that addresses care, housing, employment, wellbeing and resilience • Support healthy lifestyle choices such as smoking cessation, exercise, weight management and health checks • Support self-care and peer support networks to enhance service user independence. • Involve and support carers and families The housing pathway helps delivery of the following seven outcomes: • People with mental illness will live longer • Improved level of wellbeing and recovery • Timely access to assessment and support • People will maintain a role that is meaningful to them • Continue to live in stable and suitable accommodation • Better physical health • Carers will feel supported Closing date for position: 3rd May Interviews: 9th May TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION: If you would like to find out more about this position and to apply, please click the 'Apply Now' button to be directed to our website where you can download the job description and application form. Oxfordshire Mind is fully committed to the principles and practices of equal opportunity and diversity. We are a Mindful Employer. No agencies please
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