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Senior Social Workers Required Powys Council Assessment Team ***UP TO £38PH*** Employer: Powys Council Team: Assessment Team Working Hours: 9AM-5PM Start Date: ASAP Location: Powys - Multiple Locations Contract Length: All contracts are ongoing, as long as both parties are happy Powys offer a 4 day condensed week with one day working from home, this means only 3 Days in the office!Duties Ensure that the welfare of the child or young person is paramount at all times. Help families to keep their children safe and where this is not possible take appropriate action to safeguard them. Carry out assessments within government and departmental prescribed timescales and standards, as required by the Practice and/or Principal Manager Ensure that children, young people and their families are fully involved in assessments and plans to support them. Ensure that children's records are maintained in accordance with Departmental procedures, and that information required for management purposes is recorded and inputted appropriately. Ensure that the department's and authority's resources are deployed efficiently and effectively at all times. Be responsible for the allocation of appropriate tasks to social work assistants/pod co-ordinators, and provide the necessary support and guidance for the completion of those tasks. Benefits of working with Remedy A personal one-one service from your highly experienced dedicated consultant. Top tier supplier to numerous local authorities throughout London giving us access to jobs before other agencies. Referral bonus - up to £250* per person placed. Option to be paid on either Wednesday or Friday. *Terms & Conditions apply You will be required to fully register with Remedy for all locum positions. To be considered for this role, please apply with your CV to Dee Spencer on the social care team. Remedy Social Care is a REC Standard agency and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the vulnerable. Successful applicants will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the DBS. Our objective is to be an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from everyone with suitable skills and ability regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age, religion or belief. All applications will be accepted and reviewed solely on merit
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Social Workers Needed - Powys Council (Wales) - Safeguarding - ***Up To £38PH*** Social Workers are needed in the Safeguarding Teams across Powys Council in various locations! Powys are paying up to £38PH with flexibility with working from home. Powys offer a 4 day condensed week with one day working from home, this means only 3 Days in the office! You will need experience in being a part of a busy Front Line Safeguarding team managing cases Carried out Core Assessments on families Respond to crisis situations such as child abuse Completing visits within statutory timescales Child Protection and Child in need cases. You will need to be: HCPC registered Eligible to work in the UK If this is something you feel you have the skillset for and would like to find out more then get in contact with Elliot - or give me a call on (phone number removed). Benefits of working with Remedy A personal one-one service from your highly experienced dedicated consultant. Top tier supplier to numerous local authorities throughout London giving us access to jobs before other agencies. Referral bonus - up to £250* per person placed. Option to be paid on either Wednesday or Friday.*Terms & Conditions apply You will be required to fully register with Remedy for all locum positions. Remedy Social Care is a REC Standard agency and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the vulnerable. Successful applicants will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the DBS. Our objective is to be an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from everyone with suitable skills and ability regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age, religion or belief. All applications will be accepted and reviewed solely on merit
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  • £37.00 - £39.00/hour Negotiable upon experience
Principal Social Worker/Assistant Team Manager needed - Assessment Team - £39.00 hourly - Brecon I am currently working with a Local Authority within the Brecon region of Wales as they seek to take on an experienced Principal Social Worker/ATM within their Assessment service. What they can offer you: Competitive hourly rate - Up to £39.00 hourly DOE. An opportunity to gain supervisory experience and build on your management skills if this is the route you wish to take. Flexible working - Some work can be completed from home (But you must be willing to travel/stay within the Mid/South Wales area) Telephone interviews are being conducted this week so if you're interested then please send across an application ASAP or call me for details. If you would like to have a catch up regarding this opportunity or wish to have a confidential chat then please get in touch with Liam Woods on (phone number removed). Due to high demand this role is unlikely to remain on the market for long. Alternatively if you're not looking, you may know a colleague who might be able to benefit from knowing about these positions and I offer a referral bonus of £200 if I place your referral
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  • £37.00 - £39.00/hour Negotiable upon experience
Principal Social Worker/Assistant Team Manager needed - Care & Support - £39.00 hourly - North Wales I am currently working with a Local Authority within the Welshpool region of Wales as they seek to take on an experienced Principal Social Worker/ATM within their Care & Support service. This role will involve supporting other Team Member's, as well as deputising for the Team Manager whilst holding a small complex caseload. What they can offer you: Competitive hourly rate - Up to £39.00 hourly DOE. An opportunity to gain supervisory experience and build on your management skills if this is the route you wish to take. Flexible working - Some work can be completed from home (But you must be willing to travel/stay within the Mid/North Wales area) Telephone interviews are being conducted this week so if you're interested then please send across an application ASAP or call me for details. If you would like to have a catch up regarding this opportunity or wish to have a confidential chat then please get in touch with Liam Woods on (phone number removed). Due to high demand this role is unlikely to remain on the market for long. Alternatively if you're not looking, you may know a colleague who might be able to benefit from knowing about these positions and I offer a referral bonus of £200 if I place your referral
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Opportunity for a Gas Service & Breakdown Engineer Servicing and Breakdown engineer required for local authority contract covering the Powys area. Responsibilities: Carry out the Servicing and attend breakdowns Repairs - breakdown - 1st time fix High level of diagnosis Working independently within a team of engineersRequirements: CCN1, CENWAT, CKR1, CPA1, DAH1 & HTR1 requiredIf you feel that this role is suitable for you then please call Bethany Harris on (phone number removed). Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application. Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business
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  • £30 - £35/hour Negotiable upon experience
I am currently searching for an experienced Social Worker in regards to Safeguarding & Child Protection based within the Powys region to join one of the Counties developing Children's Services in their Family Support Team. You will help roll out and implement a reduced caseload system with cases currently sitting at the 15 - 20 mark. What they can offer you: Highly competitive rate - up to £35.00 hourly DOE. Fortnightly supervision + Locum members of staff still get the same training and development prospects that permanent members of staff receive. Ongoing contract length - Candidates have been given rolling contracts previously so you can attain some consistency in your work. Supportive and experienced management to aide with your own self development - Excellent career advice and training on offer. Flexible/home-based working. What they are looking for within candidates: 3 years+ experience within children's services. Current DBS on the update service (Ideally) Welsh Care Council registered. Availability to start within the next few weeks. (Or sooner)If you would like to have a catch up regarding this opportunity or wish to have a confidential chat then please get in touch with Liam Woods on (phone number removed). Due to high demand this role is unlikely to remain on the market for long. Alternatively if you're not looking, you may know a colleague who might be able to benefit from knowing about these positions and I offer a referral bonus of £200 if I place your referral
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  • £11.22 - £12.22/hour Dependent on location
Want to play your part in making Census 2021 happen? Our officers contribute to the overall success of the census. This involves visiting different properties in an assigned area, sometimes several times. The goal is to make people aware why the census is important and feedback information that keeps our address register up to date. The census only happens every 10 years and counts every person and household in England and Wales. To help us do this, we at the Office for National Statistics (ONS) need a big field team to work within communities helping people to take part. In the field team for Census 2021, you'll meet people from all walks of life and gain valuable experience. What's more, you'll be part of something that's vital to us all. The information you'll collect will help with decisions on planning and funding services in your community. So, join the team and make a lasting impact. With the flexibility to choose your own working hours, you can make this contract work for you, as long as you are available to work in the evenings and weekends, as this is when we are more likely to find people available. As well as an attractive pay rate, equipment will be provided and you'll be given full training and support to carry out this vital role. As a communal establishments officer, in an assigned working area, you'll be part of a team of up to 12 census officers, reporting to a communal establishments team leader. Communal establishments (CEs) are managed residential accommodations such as universities and care homes. The main purpose of your role is to make contact and visit addresses that have been assigned to you, either to deliver questionnaires or follow-up non-respondents. Most of your work will be done in person, although depending on the type of establishment, you will also need to make phone calls ahead of your visits. This enable you to build relationships with the managers and residents to encourage them to take part in Census 2021.You'll help them overcome any objections or barriers they may have to completing, either helping them yourself or referring them to available support. Your working hours will be flexible to enable you to maximise your ability to engage with the CE populations you are assigned each day. Your team leader will provide support, assistance and guidance as required, and will meet up with you when you are out working, to help settle you into your role. Main responsibilities First and foremost, your role is to promote the benefits of the census and to encourage a positive response. To do this you'll need to: visit the list of addresses given to you via an app on the phone provided and accurately record the visit outcome provide regular reports on progress to your team leader and attend team meetings meet with your line manager during the first week and receive your CE Officer kit (weighing approximately 10 kgs) make contact (by telephone or in person) with the CEs in your area build relationships with CE managers to encourage them to take part in Census 2021 deliver large quantities (several boxes) of letters and questionnaires to establishments encourage residents of CEs and SPGs to complete the census follow up people who are yet to fill in the questionnaire stay in regular contact with your team leader and the rest of your team ensure confidentiality and security of census information at all times follow ONS procedures, especially those regarding security and your safety complete e-learning as required to achieve the necessary competencies and skills for the role participate in evaluation and debrief activities be prepared to travel around your designated area to visit addresses (the distances will vary dependent on whether your area is urban or rural) Essential skills and experience You'll need to: have good written and verbal skills in English (Welsh would also be an advantage if working in Wales) have excellent customer service skills, including speaking to members of the public have the confidence to deal with the public and local community be well organised and able to plan and work within specified timescales be confident working both independently and as part of a team, using your initiative be able to understand and follow detailed written and verbal instructions be confident using a smartphone and various applications be professional at all times, and remain calm in challenging situations COVID-19 We will ensure we follow all appropriate government guidelines to keep you safe whilst working for ONS. Appropriate PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) including hand sanitiser and face masks will be provided to all staff; for your safety, you will be required to use and wear that PPE, as instructed, when you are working. Social distancing will be maintained throughout the operation. You'll need to hold a current, full UK driving licence and have the use of a motor vehicle, insured for business use. You'll be paid for travel expenses within your work area. Vibe Recruit is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £13.01 - £14.01/hour Dependent on location
Keen to make your mark on Census 2021? Our supervisors manage a team in their local area. Their job is to make sure people feel motivated, supported and inspired. They're organised and know how to create a great team. They receive the training they need to be smartphone savvy, understand shift patterns and know everyone's roles. They're ready to deal with issues as they arise and keep the whole team up to speed. With the flexibility to choose your own working hours, you can make this contract work for you, as long as you are available to work the majority of time in the evenings and weekends, as this is when we are more likely to find people at home. As well as an attractive pay rate, equipment will be provided and you'll be given full training and support to carry out this vital role. As a census team leader, you'll be responsible for managing and coordinating the field operation in your assigned area. The main purpose of your role is to motivate and manage a team of census officers who will be tasked with encouraging people in your assigned area to complete their Census 2021 online questionnaire. You'll lead and support up to 12 census officers with differing roles and need to drive and guide your team through the different phases of the operation You'll work with the census engagement managers to support wider engagement at community events as required. As your team will be working remotely, excellent communication skills are a must, and using these you will ensure that your officers feel supported, through regular contact, calls, and team meetings. You'll provide support, encouragement and motivation, identifying and cascading best practice and sharing the lessons learnt from any problems and issues. You'll deal with any incidents and escalate them as necessary. You'll choose your working hours, within set guidelines stipulated in the working pattern above, so you can support your team. You'll be part of a wider group of team leaders reporting to an area manager, who you can call on for advice, throughout the operation. During your working hours you will also have the support of a census staff help line, as well as an online help facility. A number of team leaders will be recruited with the ability to move into different areas, across England and Wales, where they are most needed to support the census operation. Main responsibilities First and foremost, your role is to effectively manage and support your team of officers, to promote the benefits of the census and to encourage a positive response from households. To do this you'll need to: oversee the management of your officers and be their main point of contact throughout the operation use team meetings, 1-2-1 and coaching to lead, motivate and support your team and ensure that your team understands and achieves its performance goals prepare for the start of your team, familiarising yourself with their roles, and the working area build a relationship with the census engagement manager to understand the communities within your work area manage your own working pattern, and that of your team, to ensure sufficient cover is available throughout the operation manage any issues, such as sickness, disciplinary, grievance and dismissal procedures, supported by HR. Ensure all procedures are followed correctly accompany your officers in the field, complete observational reports and provide coaching support your team during the field operation, resolving operational issues, escalating where appropriate and offering leadership throughout provide daily updates and accurate weekly progress reports to your area manager, liaise with HQ team where required, including participating in evaluation and debrief activities review and analyse the performance of your team, suggesting and implementing improvements to aid response ensure your and team's time and expenses sheets are accurate before authorising and submitting them promptly be able to travel throughout your assigned area, this may involve long distances in rural areas ensure confidentiality and security of census information at all times Essential skills and experience You'll need to: have previous experience of managing a team have good written and verbal skills in English (Welsh would also be an advantage if working in Wales) have excellent customer service skills, including speaking to members of the public have the confidence to deal with the public and local community be well organised and able to plan and work within specified timescales be confident working both independently and as part of a team, using your initiative be able to understand, follow and deliver detailed written and verbal instructions be confident using a smartphone, laptop and various applications be professional at all times, and remain calm in challenging situations take responsibility for making effective and fair decisions, in a timely manner be prepared to use your home as an office and for storage of boxes of field staff materials (you'll also need to let your insurance company know that you work from home) be able to receive supplies, assemble and distribute them accordingly Dependent on your assigned geographical area, you may need to hold a current, full UK driving licence and have the use of a motor vehicle (insured for business use) for which you'll be paid a mileage allowance. For roles in all other locations, this would be advantageous but is not a requirement. Vibe Recruit is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £11.22 - £12.22/hour Dependent on location
Want to play your part in making Census 2021 happen? Our officers contribute to the overall success of the census. This involves visiting different properties in an assigned area, sometimes several times. The goal is to make people aware why the census is important and feedback information that keeps our address register up to date. The census only happens every 10 years and counts every person and household in England and Wales. To help us do this, we at the Office for National Statistics (ONS) need a big field team to work within communities helping people to take part. In the field team for Census 2021, you'll meet people from all walks of life and gain valuable experience. What's more, you'll be part of something that's vital to us all. The information you'll collect will help with decisions on planning and funding services in your community. So, join the team and make a lasting impact. With the flexibility to choose your own working hours, you can make this contract work for you, as long as you are available to work in the evenings and weekends, as this is when we are more likely to find people available. As well as an attractive pay rate, equipment will be provided and you'll be given full training and support to carry out this vital role. As a census officer, in an assigned working area, you'll be part of a team of up to 12 census officers, reporting to a census team leader. The main purpose of your role is to encourage the people in your area to complete their Census 2021 online questionnaire. You will receive a daily workload of addresses that have yet to submit a census questionnaire, which require a follow up visit to support and encourage completion. You will help residents understand the importance of the census, and the vital role they have in making it a success. You will help them overcome any objections or barriers they may have to completing, either helping them yourself or referring them to available support. You will be assisting people to complete their questionnaires, either on the doorstep or at completion events. You will work with the census engagement managers to support wider engagement at community events as required. You'll be working independently, out and about in your area, working hours within set guidelines stipulated in the working pattern above. Your team leader will provide support, assistance and guidance as required, and will meet up with you when you are out working, to help settle you into your role. A number of officers will be recruited with the ability move into different areas across England and Wales, where they are most needed to support the census operation. First and foremost, your role is to promote the benefits of the census and to encourage a positive response from households. To do this you'll need to: visit the list of addresses given to you via an app on the smartphone provided and accurately record visit outcome attempt to make contact with residents at each address you visit encourage the householder to complete the questionnaire online, highlighting the important part they have to play in shaping the future signpost respondents to census support functions follow ONS procedures, especially those regarding security and your safety provide households with additional information to help them complete their response, which will include questionnaires, cards and leaflets which you will carry in your bag on a daily basis attend community completion events when required assist respondents with doorstep completion where appropriate build the secure access register to enable access to gated communities provide regular reports on progress to your team leader and attend team meetings ensure confidentiality and security of census information at all times you'll meet your line manager during your first week and receive your census officer kit (weighing approximately 10 kgs) complete e-learning as required to achieve the necessary competencies and skills for the role participate in evaluation and debrief activities be prepared to travel around your designated area to visit addresses (the distances will vary dependent on whether your area is urban or rural) You'll need to: have good written and verbal skills in English (Welsh would also be an advantage if working in Wales) have excellent customer service skills, including speaking to members of the public have the confidence to deal with the public and local community be well organised and able to plan and work within specified timescales be confident working both independently and as part of a team, using your initiative be able to understand and follow detailed written and verbal instructions be confident using a smartphone and various applications be professional at all times, and remain calm in challenging situations We will ensure we follow all appropriate government guidelines to keep you safe whilst working for ONS. Appropriate PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) including hand sanitiser and face masks will be provided to all staff; for your safety, you will be required to use and wear that PPE, as instructed, when you are working. Social distancing will be maintained throughout the operation. Dependent on your assigned working area, you may need to hold a current, full UK driving licence and have the use of a motor vehicle, insured for business use. You'll be paid for travel expenses within your work area. Vibe Recruit is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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