Found 46 Social Care/ Cleaning Jobs

Get new jobs for this search by email
Akton Recruitment are currently working with the Local Authorities to fill a contract position for a Social Work Assistant. This role is initially a 3 month contract and is currently paying £12.50PH. Working hours are Monday to Friday 9:00-17:00. Job Purpose- To support and deliver person centred social care assessment and support plans that achieve positive outcomes for service users and promote independence and wellbeing To refer and signpost service users and self-funders to relevant agencies and other sources of advice and support To provide practical support and assistance to service users to support them to regain independence and reduce the need for long term social care servicesResponsibilities- Conduct assessments with service users as directed, applying national eligibility criteria and identifying the best and most appropriate outcomes for the individual Work alongside eligible service users to produce support plans that meet their individual outcomes in a creative and cost effective way, focus on short term interventions and that enable independence to be regained and reduce the need for on-going or longer term social care services. Where on-going social care support and services are needed, provide advice and support to enable self-directed support, including individual budgets and Direct Payment processes, supporting with the application process if required Signpost service users and self-funding individuals to relevant agencies and universal services available to them in order to meet needs and outcomes Provide dedicated and practical support and assistance to service users when required to assist them in accessing services and activities to meet their identified outcomes and / or settle into new living arrangements.Requirements- Experience in adults social work Enhanced DBS Experience with Liquid Logic
Apply
Sandwell MBC are looking to recruit a Social Care Lead Officer/Senior Practitioner SPD) for Hospitals Your new company Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council is a forward thinking Council, who pride themselves on supporting the local borough and communities, putting the population of Sandwell at the heart of its development and future plans. Sandwell have a number of prestigious developed offices across the borough, giving you the environmental motivation to perform the best at your job. Your new role Sandwell Metropolitan Borough are looking for a full time Social Worker to work across Adults Social Care. This is an exciting opportunity for individuals who are flexible, innovative and have a proven track record of partnership working, with a can-do approach. You will supervise a Hospital intermediate team on a one to one basis, giving case direction, handle conference calls for the NHS and authorise assessments, you will also have responsibility for the day to day running of the service. Hospital Intermediate experience would be beneficial; however, this is not essential as you will be fully supported by the Team Manager. You will plan, organise and priorities competing demands to achieve the long-term objectives of the service. SCLO/SPD will be on a rota and will work from Sandwell hospital and from work offices. We will offer you: - An Excellent Induction plan Regular supervision Management Development Programme and ongoing training Supportive Management direction Generous employee benefits, including annual leave and family friendly policies Supportive Health & Wellbeing. Candidates need to be readily available to start immediately. What you'll need to succeed To be successful you will require a Social Work qualification (BA Social Work, CQSW, DipSW, CSS or CCETSW approved equivalent). It is also essential that you have a current professional registration and have a minimum of 2 years experience working with adults in a Senior Social Work Practitioner position and have experience of supervising staff or students What you'll get in return Working through Hays, you will receive a bespoke specialist recruitment service with your own personal consultant. In addition, you will receive: One dedicated consultant with over 12 years of recruitment expertise Specialist in Adult Social Work Recruitment Recruitment partner for Birmingham and Sandwell Councils Exclusive access to the latest Qualified Social work vacancies Free access to CPD Training, Network forums and resources Transparency on timesheet/payroll platform - Option to be paid PAYE or Umbrella Ltd Support for CV writing and Interview skills *£250 reward for referring another Qualified Social Worker, who we then place. You will be offered a competitive salary however this is dependent on experience with scope for negotiation. 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 Specialist Recruitment Limited 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)
Apply
Sandwell MBC are recruiting a locum Qualified Social worker with post 2 years expereince to join their Community Adult team with immediate start. remote working paying up to £25 per hour. Your new company Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council is a forward thinking Council, who pride themselves on supporting the local borough and communities, putting the population of Sandwell at the heart of its development and future plans. Sandwell have a number of prestigious developed offices across the borough, giving you the environmental motivation to perform the best at your job. Your new role Sandwell Metropolitan Borough are looking for a full time Social Worker to work across Adults Social Care. As a qualified social worker will need to work in a fast paced environment undertaking caseloads with users and carers to identify needs and outcomes in the community, completing reviews and attending and participating in case discussions. You will deliver an enhanced customer experience that promotes the well-being of vulnerable adults to enable them to live independently for longer, supporting them in retaining and regaining their skills and confidence. Hours are 37 hours per week and would be required to work the core hours of the business, Monday to Thursday 9.00-5.30 pm and Fridays (phone number removed)pm. The location is currently home based working, however some home visits may be required in Sandwell following a dynamic risk assessment of the needs of the visit. Access to own lap top and mobile phone would be beneficial. Candidates need to be readily available to start immediately. What you'll need to succeed To be successful you will require a Social Work qualification (BA Social Work, CQSW, DipSW, CSS or CCETSW approved equivalent). It is also essential that you have a current professional registration and have a minimum of 2 years experience working with adults in a Social Worker position. What you'll get in return Working with Hays, you will receive a bespoke specialist recruitment service with your own personal consultant. In addition, you will receive: One dedicated consultant with over 12 years of recruitment expertise Specialist in Adult Social Work Recruitment Recruitment partner for Birmingham and Sandwell Councils Exclusive access to the latest Qualified Social work vacancies Free access to CPD Training, Network forums and resources Transparency on timesheet/payroll platform - Option to be paid PAYE or Umbrella Ltd Support for CV writing and Interview technics *£250 reward for referring another Qualified Social Worker, who we then place. You will be offered a competitive salary however this is dependent on experience with scope for negotiation. 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 Specialist Recruitment Limited 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)
Apply
Herefordshire are looking to recruit an enthusiastic Occupational Therapist to join a well-structured and dynamic team. The client offers a full time contract with an opportunity to work one day from home, a fair and manageable caseload and further training in your portfolio. The vacancy will be for an initial 3 - 6 months with potential for extension. Main Duties for the Occupational Therapist includes; Assessment of service users and carers with complex needs in relation to home environment Providing expert advice, and assessments for equipment and home modifications Adaptations, moving and handling assessments and reducing or minimising the need for care packages. An awareness of the importance of safeguarding vulnerable people, plus an understanding of the importance of dignity & respect when dealing with people. To Be Successful; Previous experience working as an Occupational Therapist in the community Manual handling experience Major adaptation experience HCPC Registration Enhanced DBS/CRB (we can obtain for you) Eligibility to work in the UK Occupational Therapist QualificationBenefits of Working at Herefordshire Council Herefordshire offers the opportunity for additional training for both perm and temporary members of staff within the authority. With new projects underway in various teams, they offer a very competitive rate of pay. Also free onsite parking is offered to all staff. Why Join Our Agency? With over 10 years' experience recruiting directly into social care, Ackerman Pierce prides itself on the unique services we deliver to our candidates. Each candidate is assigned their own personal consultant who will support them through every placement. We also offer a DBS and a quick and easy registration process. Not forgetting a guaranteed payment into your account every week To discuss this Occupational Therapist vacancy, or any similar roles we have available, please contact Gavin Wright or email us your updated CV today
Apply
QSW - Single Assessment Team - £42ph + Phone IV's - South West England I am currently working with a Local Authority in the South West of England, who are looking for experienced Social Workers in their Single Assessment Team within Children's service. As such they are offering competitive rates up to £35ph and Accommodation allowance up to £600 a month, meaning you'll be able to maintain a rate way above your regional rate and have accommodation costs covered. My client understand the importance of feeling like you are part of a team when working in these situations and as such have dedicated time for each social worker to have case supervision and time to work from home when possible. This is going to be possible with the new team structures they've introduced where smaller team sizes. As well as being able to interview and start immediately my client will provide a full induction into the position so that you are able to hit the ground running in a new position and truly make a difference in the services you children and young people. For a role like this my client will offer the right candidates a competitive salary of £35ph as well as an accommodation allowance of up to £600 per month to allow for those of you who are looking to get a position away from home without the additional rental costs. What I can offer you: As the Senior Consultant for the region I have obtained a number of contacts, meaning you will have access to more job roles than your typical recruitment agency I work directly with Local Authorities meaning I can discuss your CV with line managers ensuring quicker feedback and hopefully placements for you I have contractors within this authority at varied levels of seniority and as a result I have a true understanding of the inner running of the services to give you the clearest idea of what you'd be getting into.If the above is of interest please do contact Ariel Ahmeti on (phone number removed) or . As an agency we able to offer support and advice about currently roles in the market and the impact of IR35 to you as an interim social worker. I myself work extensively with Councils in the South West of England region, direct with Line Managers, opening up opportunities for candidates which may not hit the market through job boards etc. I take pride in providing any feedback received for applications made and of course all conversation had will be keep discreet
Apply
  • £10.55 - £12/hour Weekly Pay
Care First Recruitment Ltd are currently recruiting family support workers to work across West London Boroughs and the surrounding areas. This will be on an Ad-Hok basis so flexibility is key. You will be required to provide family support to families with complex needs which: improves parenting capacity and support towards behaviours which cause risk to children in line with Trouble Families Framework / Early Intervention. You will be required to support parents and their children in their homes and in groups, outside of core office hours, to increase the skills, confidence and abilities of all family members to live their daily lives in a positive, productive and safe way. Duties: - To offer emotional and practical support to parents and their families, in their own homes or within a community setting - To offer a family centred approach to families with complex needs - To ensure you have an understanding of safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults. - To build a trusting relationship with the parents and young people and extended family members to help alleviate or break their social isolation and increase social skills - Knowledge and understanding of local resources and community and statutory services, including Mental Health Teams, Social Services, Health, CAMHS, Benefits systems - To work alongside multi-agencies to ensure each service is contributing to the needs required - keep high quality records and assists with the preparation of reports if required via the local authority. - To attend conferences, review meetings, if requested - To ensure you have an understanding (appropriate to your role) promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults. - To work flexibly and carry out any other reasonable duties as required. This role would suit candidates studying their social work degrees / newly qualified social workers. You are required to have experience working with children, young people and families. Qualification within the social sector preferred All applicants must have a right to work in the UK, satisfactory references for the immediate 5 years and an Enhanced DBS. Care First Recruitment Ltd provide social care staff to various local authorities and are happy to hear from all applicants that have experience within the social care sector. If this add does not apply to your skill set please feel free to have a look on our website for other positions
Apply
Seven Social Care is looking for a qualified Social Worker to fill an exclusive opportunity specialising in the wellbeing of children and adults across Devon. The role: As a fostering Social Worker, you will be responsible for acting as a link worker for Foster Carers and looked after children. The role of a Social Worker is a key position that brings together the needs of looked after children and young people, the support and management of foster carers, liaison with the placing authority and the administration and delivery of the service. Key Responsibilities: Undertake initial visits & Form F Assessments. Initiate and carry out local recruitment activities and analyse the effectiveness of methods used. Carry out stringent assessment and completion of Form F to standard, presenting reports to panel. Ensure that at all times you work with a commitment to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicant Requirements: Qualifications: Degree approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Experience: 2+ years working with children as a qualified Social Worker in the UK. Compliance: Up to date HCPC registration and DBS. Travel: Clean UK driving license with the ability to commute to and from work independently. Hours: 37.5 hours p/w. Working with Seven Social Care: We have been helping social care professionals find exciting new roles for almost a decade, so we know exactly where to look when it comes to sourcing the best opportunities. We operate across the UK, and, with over 300 five-star reviews, multiple awards and amazing relationships with the biggest employers in UK social care, we give you the best chance of landing your next role. We have a reputation for recruiting at lightning speed, however, we can only respond to candidates who meet the exact requirements of the position. If you have any queries about a role or application, please visit our website where our amazing candidate support team will be more than happy to help
Apply
Akton Recruitment are working with the Local Authorities to fill a contract position for a Registered Manager. This role is initially on a 3 month contract and is currently paying a regular hourly rate of £27PH. We are looking for an experienced residential manager for our respite childrens home for disabled children. The individual will be required to work alongside the existing Registered Manager to enhance management capacity in order to provide capacity for the day to day running of the home and to assist the registered manager to lead on the respite homes development agenda. The candidate must have proven leadership skills and a significant experience of management in a respite residential child care setting. Job Purpose- To provide effective leadership and be accountable for the safe and efficient management of the Respite children's home. To ensure that the home achieves compliance with its Statement of Purposes (SoP) at all times and that the children and young people placed at the home receive the appropriate support to enable them to achieve positive and agreed outcomes in line with their care and support plans. To meet the fit persons requirements of a Registered Manager with the approval of CIW. To fulfil all duties and responsibilities of a Registered Manager as required by the Regulation and Inspection of Social Care (Wales) 2016.Job Specification- Provide effective leadership by: Accepting responsibility and accountability for all the day to day activities of the home and providing an example to be followed by others, creating an open, positive and inclusive atmosphere in the home. Developing and maintain effective working relationships with key stakeholders including Health colleagues, Education colleagues, members of the local community, children, young people and their families, CIW, Case Management Social Workers. Representing the home to relevant individuals and organisations to ensure that the home and the services it provides is well recognised and achieves and maintains positive recognition both with professionals, children and young people and their families and members of the local community. Ensure that the home's SoP, is accurate up to date and regularly reviewed to ensure that compliance is achieved at all times Define values and policies which take into account the requirements, expectations and policies of the home, Children's Services and Cardiff Council ensuring that key operational policies are maintained and available to employees, children and young people resident at the home as appropriate. Actively promote understanding, implementation and compliance with the agreed model of care for the home (eg, Restorative Approaches) and behaviour support programme (Strategies for Crisis Intervention & Prevention) and establish an effective key work system to support this, which includes the provision of individual and group work. To take the role of Practice Leader, supporting and encouraging a Signs of Safety culture within the service
Apply
Social Prescribing Link Worker – FTC Covering Redruth, Cambourne and Pool (currently remotely based due to COVID-19) About Us Cornwall Neighbourhoods for Change (CN4C) is a charity and a social enterprise, which aims to transform the quality of life for people, places, and communities.    We have been around since 2001 and are focused on affecting change that will help people have better lives, become better off and help people make better sense of the world around them, including navigating and making change to the systems that do not work for many people in Cornwall.  We’re now on the lookout for a Social Prescribing Link Worker to support the delivery of a social prescribing service. This is a fixed-term contract until April 2022 (which has the potential to extend subject to funding).   The Benefits - Salary of £21,000 per annum - Employers contribution pension scheme - NHS Top-Up Healthcare plan membership for all staff - Joining an organisation that is empowering Communities in Cornwall - Welcoming and engaging work environment    This is a fantastic opportunity for a professional with experience of working with disadvantaged and socially excluded communities to take on a new challenge with our ground-breaking charity. We aim to give back to the people of Cornwall, make the world a little better for those who need support and highlight the best ways to get help for those who don’t know where to turn. You’ll be at the heart of the action, working in a front-line position providing advice and guidance to people who need it the most and will discover that this is an incredibly rewarding contract where you will have the chance to see those you help thrive. Your Role As a Social Prescribing Link Worker, you will be tasked with guiding and supporting disadvantaged people in the Redruth, Cambourne and Pool areas, along with starting the conversation on how they can improve their lives. You’ll deliver the social prescribing programme, which aims to empower people to take control of their health and wellbeing by giving time to focus on what matters to them. This will include motivational interviewing, undertaking ‘whole life’ assessments, individual vocational support and advice, leisure and recreational advice, confidence building and signposting support. Some of your duties will include:  - Working alongside GPs and the wider community  - Building trusting relationships with service users  - Helping service users to access community opportunities  - Supporting community groups and Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise organisations (VCSE) involved in social prescribing About You To be considered as a Social Prescribing Link Worker, you will need: - At least two years’ experience in a similar role, working in a people-centred environment - An understanding of the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector - Experience of working with disadvantaged and socially excluded communities - Good IT skills  - An understanding of community development and barriers to employment and training - The ability to work to targets and submit evidence - GCSE (or equivalent) standard literacy and numeracy or a Skills For Life qualification at Level 2 or above  An IAG Level 2 qualification and Safeguarding Level 2 qualification (or the willingness to gain these) would be beneficial, as would mental health training. Other organisations may call this role Outreach Worker, Social Worker, Health and Social Worker, Social Prescribing Advisor, Community Advisor, Community Support Worker, or Support Worker. The closing date for this role is the 9th August 2020, with interviews scheduled to be held on the 13th August 2020. Placement in this role will be subject to a satisfactory DBS check. Webrecruit and CN4C are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be. So, if you are ready to make a real difference to lives in Cornwall as a Social Prescribing Link Worker, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency
Apply
  • £28.00 - £30.00/hour Depending on experience
Remedy Recruitment Group are currently seeking an experienced Mental Capacity Social Worker to work within Ealing Council. Job Purpose 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 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. You will need to be: HCPC registered Eligible to work in the UK Why Choose Remedy? Competitive pay rates Access to exclusive roles that aren't available from other agencies 1st tier agency Up to £250 for each social work professional you refer to us who we place* If you are interested and would like to find out more please apply to this advert with a copy of your updated CV. Alternatively, please send your CV directly
Apply