Social Worker - Assessments
To carry out assessments and undertake care management in the area of specialism. ( Disabled children and their families )
To make recommendations for service provision in accordance with the Children services threshold and eligibility criteria.
To provide a social work service to designated service users.
To manage, monitor and review care plans, involving disabled children and young people and their families, and liaising with other workers and agencies as appropriate.
To work at all times within the Council’s Financial regulations.
To be aware of the resources available within the specialist area, including other sources of funding so that the maximum benefit may be obtained for families within budgetary resources of Children Services.
To comply with the Children Services recording policy and to complete appropriate forms and documents as required.
To make use of management information systems, including information technology, in the recording, retrieval and analysis of information as required.
To be managed by and receive supervision from the immediate line manager/ designated person, and to be assessed against agreed standards and targets.
To undertake training as required and be proactive in undertaking activities to enhance professional development.
To work as part of a team, participating in the Duty system as required.
To attend and contribute to team meetings, practice meetings, peer supervision and other meetings as appropriate