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Social Worker - Child Protection - Isle of Wight Role: Social Worker Location: Isle of Wight Team: Child Protection Team Pay: Upto £40 per hour Contract: Full Time Locum The ideal Qualified Social Worker for this Child Protection Team in Isle of Wight 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 Isle of Wight please contact Jamie on (Apply online only). Sheldon Phillips - It's our job to care too
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  • £30.00 - £35.00/hour + Benefits
Social Worker - Children in Care Team - Kent Role: Social Worker Location: Kent Team: Children in Care Team Pay: Upto £35 per hour Contract: Full Time Locum The ideal Qualified Social Worker for this Children in Care team in Kent 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 the Children in Care team in Kent please contact Ric on (Apply online only). Sheldon Phillips - It's our job to care too
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Team Manager, North West England, Childrens Services £42ph My client is looking for an experienced Qualified Social Worker to join their Long Term Child Protection team as a Team Manager, taking on care proceedings, child protection plans and complex care work. For the right candidate they are willing to be flexible with the pay rate, while offering support, training and career progression. Ideally you will have experience either in a management capacity or supervising others as a Team Manager, however experienced ATMs will also be considered. Having a background working in a long term team is desirable, with exposure to Child Protection/Children in Need duties sought after. You will not hold your own caseload, with the main responsibility being managing the team and stepping in for the Senior Manager when necessary. The contract is for a 3month period and they are looking for someone to start as soon as possible. Should you have an interest in extending beyond this period, my client is open to 6-9 month extensions. To apply for this position or discuss other roles we currently have, contact Luke Gurrey at NonStop Social Care on (Apply online only) or (url removed)
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Qualified Social Worker - CWD Team - £37ph My client needs an experienced Social Worker to join their Children with Disabilities team and are willing to pay market leading rates of up to £37ph. This is a fantastic opportunity to progress you career while earning a very generous wage in a supportive and experienced team. Ideally you will have 3 years post qualifying experience working in children’s services, with knowledge of; core assessments, section 47 reports, long term Child Protection and CWD Caseloads. This will stand you in good stead to be able to contribute to the team from the get go. You will be working in the South East of England, with easy access to all the major cities including London. The contract is initially 3 months, but my client is more than open to the idea of extending beyond this should your work be to a high level. To apply for this position or discuss other roles we currently have, contact Luke Gurrey at NonStop Social Care on (Apply online only) or (url removed)
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  • £28.00 - £29.00/hour
A reputable not-for-profit Independent Fostering Agency based in South Wales is looking to recruit a Locum Senior Supervising Social Worker. This is a home-based role, with carers based across the South Wales region. Responsibilities of a Locum Senior Supervising Social Worker: * Recruit, assess, train and support a diverse range of foster carers and placements. * Visit and maintain contact with the foster carers as necessary. * Ensure that foster carers are familiar with, and comply with organisations policies and procedures. * Undertake Form F assessments of potential foster carers and annual foster carer reviews and present these to the fostering panel * Identifying and advising the line manager, or a member of the senior management team, of problems arising with carers and their placements, ensuring appropriate action may follow. * Supporting and identifying the training and development needs of foster carers, monitoring achievement and attendance at training sessions. Benefits as the Locum Senior Supervising Social Worker: * Competitive pay rate of £28 - £29 per hour * Home-based role, giving you a greater work/life balance * The opportunity to work for a well-known and respected Independent Fostering Agency Requirements of the Locum Senior Supervising Social Worker: * Fully HCPC Registered * Clear enhanced DBS * Minimum of 2 years’ Social Work experience post qualification * Previous experience in Fostering Pay rate: £28 - £29 per hour Location: South Wales If you are interested in this vacancy and wish to apply, please follow the application instructions stated on the website or contact Charles Hunter Associates directly and speak to Cassie Hoskings on (Apply online only). If this Social Worker role isn’t what you are looking for, but you are looking to make a move within Social Work, get in touch, as we have many other opportunities! https://(url removed)/all-jobs https://(url removed)/in/cassie-hoskings-5035a313a
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Support Worker Search Consultancy Ltd is currently looking Support Workers to join our expanding team in the Sunderland area. This position is on a contract basis starting as soon as possible until the end of September 2018, subject to review. Salary: £8.20 per hour Hours: the client is looking for flexible candidates to work a variety of shifts including days and waking nights As a Support Worker you will support customers on a daily basis with either a Learning Disability or Mental Health need. Many of the customers also require support with other related physical and personal care needs, sensory, autism or forensic needs. The ideal Support Worker will: • Have the ability to work flexible hours including weekends and bank holidays • Have experience working as a Support Worker • Have excellent written and communication skills Why Search Consultancy Ltd? Since our first office opened thirty years ago, we've built an enviable reputation for providing high quality recruitment service. The Health and Social Care division at Search Consultancy Ltd is one of the largest providers of temporary healthcare workers. Your dedicated consultant will provide advice and work with you to find the perfect job. If you are interested in this position, please apply online or contact Anca at the Manchester Branch. Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age
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Our client provides support to clients with a history of homelessness and other complex needs. Position Available: Housing Advisor – Homelessness (Kingston) , 9 months with the possibility of going permanent, 36 hours per week, £12 per hour Role Purpose: The Housing Crisis Intervention Service (HCIS) is the first point of contact for anyone approaching the company for help with a housing problem or who is homeless. Working alongside another housing adviser and supervised by the Senior Housing Adviser, who oversees HCIS, this post is responsible for the provision of quality advice covering all relevant housing options. The advice areas surround housing law and welfare benefits. This is provided during a drop-in service in the morning and arranged appointments for complex cases in the afternoon. The role also involves making referrals to suitable housing opportunities or acting as an advocate where appropriate, with specific focus on working with offenders who require support into housing. Duties Advice and Advocacy Provide quality housing information, advice and representation to people who register with the company who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Responding effectively to any emergency situations, particularly when clients are rough sleeping to ensure appropriate referrals are made to outreach services or accommodation services if available. Provide advice and support on Welfare Benefits matters. This includes making effective applications, reconsiderations and submissions when attending tribunals on behalf of clients. Maintain an up-to-date working knowledge of the law and policy and procedures relevant to housing and welfare benefits advice, through training, publications and general research. Work sympathetically and effectively with clients, some of whom may be experiencing considerable stress, have a mental health or substance misuse diagnosis. To manage shared caseloads and administration where the tasks include: Administration To work as part of the team of staff and volunteers and assist with the general office administration, filing, clerical work in co-operation with others. Offering support if required and at all times ensure the quality of service is maintained. Ensure all client data is collected accurately on the computer case management system and compile statistics including HAPi (Housing Advice Performance Indicators) for the company and its funders. Complete casework and attend external case reviews to ensure advice is accurate and meets the standards of The Advice Service Alliance Standard so that the company maintains its Advice Quality Standard for housing and welfare benefits advice. Prepare and maintain up-to-date information resources for clients and external agencies. To have full awareness of policies and procedures and maintain them in all work activities. To undertake any other duties commensurate with the grade and in line with the requirements of the post. Essential requirements A sound, up-to-date knowledge of housing law and the welfare benefits system. Awareness of the causes of homelessness, the housing options open to homeless people and of the issues involved in working with homeless clients. Skills in interviewing clients – absorbing complex information quickly and accurately and to be able to communicate with clients verbally and in writing. Ability to interact with people in a polite, appropriate and professional manner, including challenging and resolving difficult situations. Ability to represent clients and negotiate effectively on their behalf with a range of third parties, including networking or public speaking. Ability to work under pressure and prioritise own work load effectively with minimal supervision. Ability to maintain accurate and detailed administrative systems including records of case working and monitoring information as required by standards and external funders. Ability to work flexibly across the organisation, where necessary, in order to support the whole staff team and meet the objectives How to apply: If you feel that you fully meet the above outlined criteria for this role and would like to apply for this post, please forward your CV for consideration *Please note the above outlined experience is the 'minimum' first stage criteria for this role, we will therefore be unable to consider your application unless you are able to demonstrate a relevant work history in line with this position. #weareBRG Disclaimer: This vacancy is based in the United Kingdom. Barker Ross Health&Social Care only operates in the UK and can only process applications from candidates who are currently a resident and eligible to work in the UK. Whilst we endeavour to contact you following your response due to the high volume of applications this cannot always be possible. If you have not had notification within 7 days unfortunately your application has not been successful. This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of Barker Ross Group who is acting as a recruitment agency. All communication with us is subject to the conditions outlined in our Privacy Notice
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Prospero Health and Social are currently looking for experienced support workers required for temporary and permanent positions in a Supported Living Unit for Adults with Mild learning disabilities in Kidderminster As a support worker you will be delivering care and support with a difference. Ranging from personal care to meeting social needs, making a real difference to someone's life. Various shifts are available: Early, Late, Long Day, Waking Night and Sleep In's All applicants must have a minimum of 6 months experience working with Adults with Learning Disabilities, Autism, Asphergers and Challenging Behaviour. Duties include: prompting personal care, promoting independence, report writing, supporting adults in the community, completing risk assessments, organising activities and assisting with mealtime routines. Maintaining safe environment for all adults, experience of managing challenging behaviour and experience working 121 or 2to1 support. Successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and reference check. Please contact E: T: (Apply online only)
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Resource Worker Search Consultancy Ltd is currently looking for a Resource Worker to join our expanding team in the Middlesbrough area. This contract will start as soon as possible and will last for 3 months, subject to review. Salary: £10.25 per hour Hours: 3 – 6 hour or potential more hour shifts between the hours 8am – 7pm. This will be discussed at the time of the interview In this position, you will work directly with children, young people and their families, some with challenging behaviour, moderate too severe disability and complex health needs. As a Resource Worker you will also provide support and advice aimed at promoting change and development by meeting the needs of service users. Supervising contact between children and their families will also be a part of your role as a Resource Worker. The ideal Resource Worker will: • Have Child Care Qualification of minimum Level 3 or equivalent • Have experience of working with children and young people • Have a driving licence and willing to purchase business insurance Why Search Consultancy Ltd? Since our first office opened thirty years ago, we've built an enviable reputation for providing high quality recruitment service. The Health and Social Care division at Search Consultancy Ltd is one of the largest providers of temporary healthcare workers. Your dedicated consultant will provide advice and work with you to find the perfect job. If you are interested in this position, please apply online or contact Anca at the Manchester Office. Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age
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Sanctuary Social Care is currently looking for an experienced and dedicated social worker to work full time within a mental health team in Southend. The ideal candidate will possess highly developed specialist knowledge of social work practice in adult services and be registered with the HCPC. The pay rate for this locum social worker job is £28 per hour (LTD Company Equivalent) and is an initial 3-month contract. Requirements of the social worker: - Degree or equivalent in social work - Current HCPC registration - Significant senior level frontline experience within mental health Contact: This social worker job is advertised by Sam Jewell; if you are interested in this position please click below to apply now. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, regretfully we are only able to respond to candidates who meet our clients' requirements. Reasonable Adjustments: If you consider yourself to have a disability or require any reasonable adjustment during the recruitment process or within the workplace, please highlight this at the earliest opportunity by contacting us. With this information, we will provide appropriate support to you throughout the process and into your work placement
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