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Service Manager – Part Time (Contract) Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge £9.88 per hour Royal Voluntary Service is an innovative charity that focuses on inspiring people to give the gift of voluntary service to support the NHS and older people at home and in the community. We are now looking for a part time Service Manager to join us on a contract until the 31st March 2022. If you have experience of managing and motivating teams of staff and volunteers, this is the perfect opportunity to enhance your experience in the charity sector with a well-established organisation. In this exciting role, you will have the chance to lead a passionate group of volunteers and deliver services that will make a positive impact on your local community. As a Service Manager, you will be tasked with delivering our Supporting Your Recovery and On Ward services, which aim to support older people during and after a hospital stay. A key area of your role will be to expand the existing team of volunteers in the emergency part of the hospital. Volunteers will offer emotional support and reassurance to patients going through trauma or people with a family member who is being treated. You’ll recruit, train and lead a team of volunteers to provide practical support and companionship to patients and staff within the emergency department in Addenbrooke's Hospital. Specifically, you will: - Manage rotas - Ensure that the services are delivered in-line with contractual agreements - Maintain strong partnerships with key stakeholders - Develop a volunteer recruitment plan To be considered, you’ll need: - Experience of managing a similar service type - Previous experience of managing and motivating teams of staff and volunteers - Knowledge of the needs of the community, local steering groups, any associated groups, community centre entertainment providers and health and social care bodies - An understanding of how to use basic data to monitor trends and provide forecasts Organised and customer focused, as the Service Manager, you will be a strong communicator with a team player mentality and the ability to plan effectively. This is a part time role, working 16 hours per week, between Monday – Friday. Some evening and weekend work may be required. The closing date for applications is the 30th June 2019, with interviews scheduled to be held on the 4th July 2019. To apply for the role of Service Manager (Part Time, Contract), please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency. Additional Keywords: Service Manager, Community Service Manager, Volunteering Supervisor, Volunteering Team Leader, Community Support Manager, Volunteer Supervisor, Volunteer Team Leader, Charity
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Team Manager – Early Help – North London Role: Team Manager Location: North London Team: Early Help Pay: Up to £42 per hour Contract: Full Time Locum Our Local Authority client in North London is currently looking for a Team Manager to join their Early Help team in Children’s Services. This local authority have worked really hard over the last few years and have recently achieved "Good" in their Ofsted inspection. As a Team Manager on the Early Help team in North London, you will need to have at least 3 years post qualifying experience in a similar team or have completed an ASYE. To be considered as a Team Manager for this role in North London you will also need: HCPC Registration Social Work Qualification Recent DBS Check You will be managing a team of social workers accompanied by an Assistant Team Manager. This is a busy team, so you will need to be a strong leader, capable of providing supervision and hitting targets as required. As an agency, Sheldon Phillips will provide you with: A dedicated Recruitment Consultant to personalise your job search Market leading rates of pay Access to a CPD training fund If you are interested in the role as a Team Manager within an Early Help team in North London, contact Jamie Trick on (phone number removed)
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Qualified Social Worker – Safeguarding – South East London Role: Qualified Social Worker Location: South East London Team: Safeguarding Pay: Up to £35 per hour Contract: Full Time Locum Our Local Authority client in South East London is currently looking for a Qualified Social Worker to join their Safeguarding team in Children’s Services. This local authority have worked really hard over the last few years and have recently achieved "Good" in their Ofsted inspection. As a Qualified Social Worker on the Safeguarding team in South East London, you will need to have at least 1 year post qualifying experience in a similar team or have completed an ASYE. To be considered as a Qualified Social Worker for this role in South East London you will also need: HCPC Registration Social Work Qualification Recent DBS Check You will be completing child protection investigations and will sometimes be required to attend court. There is a duty rota in place which you will be a part of, and you will be expected to sometimes work unsociable hours as the job requires. As an agency, Sheldon Phillips will provide you with: A dedicated Recruitment Consultant to personalise your job search Market leading rates of pay Access to a CPD training fund If you are interested in the role as a Qualified Social Worker within a Child Protection team in South East London, contact Jamie Trick on (phone number removed)
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  • £30 - £35/hour accommodation allowance
Qualified Social Worker - Leaving Care - Outside of IR35 NonStop’s client, based in the South West near Swindon, is looking for a number of social workers, to work with young people leaving the care system to signpost them to additional support as they prepare for life outside the care system. They are paying a rate of up to £35 per hour plus accommodation. This is a great opportunity to work in a local authority setting, this will look great on your CV and get you plenty of opportunities going forward plus for this you will have access to an accommodation allowance for those staying away, Telephone interviews are taking place as and when strong candidates become available, if this is of interest do not delay and send across your CV today. What my client offers: • 6 month contracts • Direct working • Weekly pay Is this something that may be of interest? If this opportunity does not appeal, perhaps you know someone who it will. We offer a referral fee of £200, you could make a friend very happy and have some cash to spend yourself. For a confidential discussion about this, or many other Social Work opportunities throughout the country, please ring (phone number removed) for David Lord at NonStop Care. Alternatively email on (url removed) with an updated word version of your CV
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  • £30 - £35/hour office based
MASH Social Work Role - Condensed Working Week! NonStop Care are working closely with an authority in the South West looking for candidates in their MASH service. These roles are paying up to £35 an hour, high pay rates meaning more disposable income at the end of a hard working week. Due to the nature of the team involving both work during the days and out of hours, it would be possible to condense your working into 3 days, leaving you with a lot of free time away from the office, with a high pay rate of up to £35 per hour this would leave you with a lot more money to take home as well. You do not even need to have worked within MASH before, experience within Referral and Assessment would suffice. This is a great opportunity to move into MASH if that is of interest. Telephone interviews are taking place as and when candidates become available, do not delay and send across your CV today. What they offer: * Quick feedback - no waiting around for a response about your CV * Stable contracts up to 6 months * Development and training opportunities If you're not interested at the moment perhaps you know someone who is? We offer a referral fee of £200 in high street vouchers, you could make a friend very happy and have some spare cash to spend. What NonStop Care offers; * Your own designated consultant and one point of contact * CV review service * Interview advice and preparation * Consultants with Social Work experience * A supportive team who can always deal with your queries They are doing the shortlisting in the next couple of days, if you're looking for your next opportunity this could be perfect. For a confidential discussion about this, or many other Social Work opportunities throughout the country, please ring (phone number removed) for David Lord at NonStop Care. Alternatively email on (url removed) with an updated word version of your CV
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  • £31371 - £36876/annum
Mental Health, Qualified Social Worker, Fixed Term Contract Your new organisation The council is a unitary authority based in the heart of the town centre offering traditional seaside living that makes it a great place to live and work. This diverse and busy town has great public parks and leisure activities, competitive house pricing and excellent travel links, accessible via 2 train lines form Liverpool St and Fenchurch Street. The Council is ambitious for the future of Southend-on-Sea and is working with local partners and local communities to ensure we deliver our exciting ambition for 2050. Your new role The Council are looking to recruit a qualified social worker for their busy Mental Health Team on a 12 month fixed term contract as part of the Growth Bid for the Adult Mental Health Social Work Service. The main purposes of the position are to: * Support citizens across Southend-on-Sea (including out-of-borough cases) with the aim to offer the appropriate support in the right place at the right time. * Understand individual’s strengths, assets and wishes to maximise their potential for independence, recognising the importance of assuming that the individual is best placed to know their own outcomes, goals and wellbeing. * Hold a caseload of people with complex mental health needs and undertake comprehensive needs led assessments. Support individuals to develop personalised care plans that take account of community assets, informal networks, universal services and other support and provision which reduces dependency. * Contribute to the provision of effective after care services, including those required under Section 117 and the Care Programme Approach. * Work with health and social care colleagues and other partners by engaging in innovative practice and a visionary approach to creating a better Southend. * Participate in multi-disciplinary systems as appropriate, including joint screening and assessment as required The post holder will also contribute to co-ordinating/supervising the provision of effective after care packages for those clients who are treated under the Care Programme Approach (CPA) and Section 117 After Care or those on Community Treatment Orders. In addition they will lead on the Personalisation Agenda for meeting the NI130 performance target for SDS. What you'll need to succeed To be successful in this position you need to be a post 2 years qualified social worker with previous mental health experience. You must be familiar with health and safety, good practice and be able to implement these in all aspects of working practice and promote them in the team and workplace. The successful candidate will be familiar with the ‘ Comments, Compliments and Complaints Policy and Procedure ’ and they must advocate good practice relating to this and be implementing this in all aspects of their working practice. This includes encouraging service users, relatives and carers to have a voice in the provision of services and acting as an advocate as appropriate. The successful candidate will also need to ensure that information is kept highly confidential and secure at all times. What you'll get in return When joining the council as a Social Worker, you can enjoy a range of benefits including: - flexible working, salary car sacrifice scheme and excellent training and development opportunities. They are committed to ensure that you are supported in this challenging role with the appropriate level of training. A full list of benefits provided by Southend Council can be viewed on the "Why Work For Us?" tab. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. Hays EA is a trading division of Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited and acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this job you accept the T&C's, Privacy Policy and Disclaimers which can be found at (url removed)
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I am currently recruiting for a Senior Social Worker to join a Children services team in the South Wales area. This local authority is easy accessible from South Wales and West Midlands, making your commit a lot smoother and shorten travel times. My Client is looking for a confident and experienced senior to integrate with the team. My client is looking for someone who can take on a new challenge. This position is a great opportunity to strengthen your skills and broaden your knowledge for future opportunities. Role: Experienced Qualified Social Worker Team: Children Services Location: South Wales Pay Rate: up to £30 p/hour Contract Duration: 3-6 months + with likely extension The Team: You will be working within an integrated and supportive management team who have a long history with the service. They will offer you additional support and shared experience as needed in the role. The management team also offer regular supervisions to ensure your own well being and to ensure the continuation of the supportive nature of this team. The right candidate will have: • Strong experience in Children Services • Qualified Social worker status • Full UK Driving licence • Good organisational skills • Resourceful and reliable What they can offer you: • The same training schemes/programmes offered to permanent staff • Regular and consistent management support • A stable and well established management team • Work Life balance with a small and manageable case load • Competitive rate in the local area For more information and to put your CV forward please contact me ASAP. If you are settled and not currently looking please get in touch to let me know what types of roles you’d like me to look out for. I specialise in Qualified Social work so if this role is not right let me know and we can work together to find a role that suits your needs. If you know another QSW in the UK please refer them across, we offer a £200 referral bonus! Lots of placements are due to successful referrals so please feel free to pass my details/this email on
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I am currently recruiting for a Senior Social Worker to join a Children services team in the South Wales area. This local authority is easy accessible from South Wales and West Midlands, making your commit a lot smoother and shorten travel times. My Client is looking for a confident and experienced senior to integrate with the team. My client is looking for someone who can take on a new challenge. This position is a great opportunity to strengthen your skills and broaden your knowledge for future opportunities. Role: Experienced Qualified Social Worker Team: Children Services Location: South Wales Pay Rate: up to £30 p/hour Contract Duration: 3-6 months + with likely extension The Team: You will be working within an integrated and supportive management team who have a long history with the service. They will offer you additional support and shared experience as needed in the role. The management team also offer regular supervisions to ensure your own well being and to ensure the continuation of the supportive nature of this team. The right candidate will have: • Strong experience in Children Services • Qualified Social worker status • Full UK Driving licence • Good organisational skills • Resourceful and reliable What they can offer you: • The same training schemes/programmes offered to permanent staff • Regular and consistent management support • A stable and well established management team • Work Life balance with a small and manageable case load • Competitive rate in the local area For more information and to put your CV forward please contact me ASAP. If you are settled and not currently looking please get in touch to let me know what types of roles you’d like me to look out for. I specialise in Qualified Social work so if this role is not right let me know and we can work together to find a role that suits your needs. If you know another QSW in the UK please refer them across, we offer a £200 referral bonus! Lots of placements are due to successful referrals so please feel free to pass my details/this email on
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Central are currently recruiting for an experienced Team Manager for a Mental Health service in Lewisham. Candidates must have previous management experience, ideally within an accommodation based service. This position is offered on a 9 month fixed term contract with a salary of £30,000 per annum pro rata. The appointed candidate will work 37.5 hours per week, working Monday to Friday, with additional on call responsibilities. Requirements: * Provide line management, supervision and appraisal to Support staff within the service. * Ensure regular team meetings are held and staff are informed about the organisation's strategic goals. * Ensure that all staff receive appropriate induction, training and development opportunities. To participate in the training of staff as required. * Performance management including setting targets, monitoring and taking action to address any performance issues. * Ensure staff are empowered to take responsibility and to work in a way that is imaginative and responsive to the needs of customers. * Hold day to day responsibility for rota cover and staff deployment. * Facilitate and encourage effective customer participation, consultation and feedback within the service. * Work within and monitor the service budget against management accounts Required Experience: - Robust management experience - Experience of working with vulnerable adults with mental health needs in supported accommodation services - Knowledge and understanding of up to date legislation and government frameworks relevant to working with customers with Mental Health challenges. - The ability to undertake assessments and contribute to effective team working
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  • £26 - £30/hour pension, mileage, holiday pay
Our longstanding client’s in West Lothian are seeking an Occupational Therapist for a four month (minimum) contract working with vulnerable Adults within a Support at Home team in the local area. The aim for this vital team member is to inspire and support people to achieve independence focused goals for a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life. The team is a multi- disciplinary service which offers a variety of services encompassing reablement, crisis care, falls assessment, Telecare and Telehealth solutions. The team supports discharges from hospital, prevents admissions into hospital and provides rehabilitation in service users own home’s within the West Lothian Area. The re-ablement assessment period is short term and not expected to exceed six weeks. The Occupational Therapist sought within West Lothian will have experience working with Adults within the community. You will be conducting home visits whereby you will undertake outcome focussed assessments and work with your client to devise realistic goals. Further to this, you must have a sound comprehension and some experience working under the Scottish Social Services Council’s (SSSC) Self-Directed Support Act of 2013. Self-Directed Support enables vulnerable people, their carers and their families to make educated decisions on how their support is provided and the type of support given. This ensures to keep therapy, rehabilitation and reablement person-centred at all times and therefore more meaningful to the service user. The desired Occupational Therapist should use this as a tool to empower their clients in West Lothian, giving them more control over their own lives, encouraging additional confidence and independence through their professional partnerships. Finally, it is necessary for the appointed Occupational Therapist to have good IT skills and knowledge of relevant technologies for accurate report writing. In order to be considered of the position of West Lothian’s community Occupational Therapist you must have: · A degree in Occupational Therapy · Membership with the SSSC · PVG membership and the willingness to undergo an update · UK driver’s licence and access to a car Experience in rehabilitation and reablement is also desirable for the successful Occupational Therapist within West Lothian’s social services. If you have the drive to make change to West Lothian’s local community, this role could be for you! Apply today following the link below. We look forward to hearing from you! ASA Recruitment is one of Scotland's largest independent multi-sector recruitment agencies. We specialise in providing effective tailored solutions for permanent, contract and temporary employment requirements for our Clients and Candidates. We are members of the REC and are ISO certified. YOU SEEK WE FIND
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