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23 May, 2024
Interior Health Authority Nelson BB9, UK
If you have a love for Social Work, we have a permanent part time (0.45 FTE) career opportunity that will allow you to draw on your clinical skills as you provide service in a community care setting at the Gordon Road Wellness Centre in Nelson, B.C. Salary Range:Effective April 1, 2024, the pay scale for this position is $42.27 to $52.81What we offer:•Competitive salary and an attractive remuneration package•Career Growth•Employer paid training/education•Employer paid vacation (per collective agreement)•Medical Service Plan•Employer paid insurance premiums •Extended Health & Dental coverage •Contribution to Municipal Pension Plan•Balanced lifestyleWhat Will You Work Life Look Like?In this role, you will provide comprehensive assessment, care planning and treatment coordination for designated clients and their families. Working collaboratively with other health care providers and the multidisciplinary team, you will provide direct psychosocial care, counseling, system navigation...
23 May, 2024
Coram Barnet, UK
Job Title: Independent Social Worker Assessment TeamContract: AssociateHours: As and when requiredSalary: £2750 plus travel, including Stage 1 Review; £2500 Plus travel, without Stage 1 ReviewLocation: Home Based & CoramIAC Office (Cockfosters)About CoramCoram is committed to improving the lives of the UKs most vulnerable children and young people. We support children and young people from birth to independence, creating a change that lasts a lifetime.Coram is the UKs oldest childrens charity, founded by Thomas Coram in London, helping vulnerable children and young people since 1739. Today, the Coram group helps more than one million children, young people, families and professionals every year by providing access to the skills and opportunities they need to thrive.About CoramIACCoram IAC - Intercountry Adoption Centre, now part of the of children's charities, have been working with families adopting from across the world for over 26 years. Coram IAC is a charity,...
23 May, 2024
Croydon Council Croydon, UK
Social Worker / Advanced Social Worker – Children Looked After 0-16 Court and Early Permanence Team – Croydon Council Salary: Grade 11-14 (£44,019 - £52,116) Permanent – 36 hours per weekWelcome Payment – £10,000Retention Payment – £1,500Hybrid working Job PurposeCroydon’s Service for Children looked after are developing our focus and specialism for children who are likely to have plans of Adoption, following the conclusion of care proceedings.We are committed to ensuring that these children can be with their growing up families, forming positive attachments, at the earliest possible opportunity. Experience and research is clear that reducing delays and achieving early placement, provides the best foundations and opportunities for these highly vulnerable children to form positive attachments with primary carers, and as a result, achieve the best possible outcomes with growing up families and throughout their childhoods. If you are an experienced Social Worker, particularly in court...
23 May, 2024
Cheshire East Council Nantwich CW5, UK
Progressed Social workerExperienced Social Workers should be able to undertake person centred and strengths-based assessments either within the individual’s own home, hospital, or care homes, with the aim of improving client outcomes for the residents of Cheshire East. Additionally, this post will provide a wide range of learning and training opportunities and includes integrated working across the Health and Social Care sector. This post is an excellent opportunity to progress your career and is suitable for any experienced Social Worker. Organisation Cheshire East Council Location Congleton,Crewe,Middlewich,Nantwich,Sandbach,Alsager,Holmes Chapel Job Category Social Care Grade CEC NJC - Grade 9 Salary Min £36,648 Per Annum Salary Max £39,186 Per Annum Hours per week 37 Weeks per year 52.143 Employment Type Permanent Closing Date 31/05/2024 Ref No E2436 Documents (PDF, 120.58kb) Cheshire East is an amazing place to live and work. As one of the largest employers in the borough, we...
23 May, 2024
Full time
Wakefield Council Pontefract WF8, UK
Are you passionate about improving the health and wellbeing outcomes for people in Wakefield? Are you an experienced Mental Health Practitioner? Are you committed to promoting the voice of Social Work in Mental Health? If so, you may be just the person we are looking for.We have an exciting opportunity for an innovative and creative Level 2 Social Worker + AMHP to join our integrated, Multi-Disciplinary Enhanced Mental Health Team in Wakefield. This is an appealing opportunity for an Approved Mental Health Professional (AMHP) who is committed to the values of the profession, in promoting dignity, choice and human rights for all. You must demonstrate a track record of supporting positive risk taking, evidence what good practice looks like, combined with your knowledge and first-hand experience as a practitioner.
23 May, 2024
Full time
Richmond and Wandsworth Councils London, UK
About Us Richmond and Wandsworth Adult Social Services are looking for experienced, qualified Senior Social Workers to join our Wandsworth Locality teams. The teams consist of Locality Service Managers, Assistant Locality Managers, Senior Social Workers, Social Workers and Social Care Assessors who work across Wandsworth. The teams focus is to provide a holistic, personalised, strength based service to residents over the age of who have physical disabilities and older people with physical and mental health disabilities. The teams are currently going through a period of change as we come out of the pandemic so you will assist in supporting the team to explore new ways of working. Your duties will include: To facilitate service user choice and empowerment through promoting independence and strength-based practice to enable residents to maintain their independence and local community connections for as long as safely possible To assist with the management of budgets, ensuring that...
23 May, 2024
Cheshire East Council Sandbach CW11, UK
Social Worker - Children with DisabilitiesWe are seeking to appoint inspirational and enthusiastic social workers to join our children within disability team within Cheshire East, who want to make a difference to the lives of children and their families. Applications are invited from qualified social workers who are registered or awaiting registration with Social Work. Organisation Cheshire East Council Location Sandbach,Macclesfield,Crewe Job Category Children and Young People Services Grade Please refer to advert text Salary Min £33,024 Per Annum Salary Max £45,291 Per Annum Hours per week 37 Weeks per year 52.143 Employment Type Permanent Closing Date 22/08/2024 Ref No E2485 Documents (PDF, 295.32kb) (PDF, 306.97kb) (PDF, 313.74kb) Cheshire East is an amazing place to live and work. As one of the largest employers in the borough, we are able to offer you a wide range of challenging and rewarding career opportunities.At Cheshire East Council we are working for a brighter future –...
23 May, 2024
Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council Ebbw Vale, UK
The successful candidate will undertake a range of adoption support work including:-Assessing adoptive families’ post adoption support needs, developing and co-ordinating support plans and undertaking direct work with the families.Supporting and counselling birth relatives through the adoption process.Assisting Adopted Adults to access their adoption records.Attending and facilitating support groups.It is essential that you have a Diploma in Social Work or equivalent, are registered as a Social Worker, and have knowledge of current legislation. You must be able to manage your own caseload, maintain accurate records, comply with SEWSCB and departmental safeguarding procedures and practices and undertake any duties appropriate to the grade and role.You will be responsible for your own continuing development, be an excellent communicator and have good report writing skills, negotiation and mediation skills.Access to a vehicle for work purposes is a requirement.Thorough pre-employment...
23 May, 2024
The Scottish Government Edinburgh, UK
Overview Are you looking for a leadership role where you can support the development of trauma responsive systems and the workforce in Scotland’s social work services? This exciting opportunity is located within the Office of the Chief Social Work Adviser, and is responsible for delivering a programme of tailored implementation support and training, aligned to the . This involves supporting social work leaders and their workforce to embed trauma enhanced approaches into their services, systems and practice, in line with the The Office of the Chief Social Work Adviser (OCSWA) is the key source in Scottish Government for professionally informed advice across the range of government policy and delivery related to social work and social care. The workplan, developed in partnership with key stakeholders, includes actions to embed trauma knowledge and skills into social work education, improve access and build sustainability to training, and provide implementation support to develop...
23 May, 2024
Hertfordshire Partnership University Radlett, UK
Main duties of the job Clinical Duties Be responsible for the assessment of health and social care needs and risk assessment of service users presenting with a wide variety of clinical conditions – including first episode psychosis. Following this the post holder will be responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of programmes of care. The post holder will also, where appropriate and in keeping with the social care eligibility criteria, enable the client or carer to access a personal budget to meet their needs.Manage and supervise a ‘mini-team’ of a Band 4 & Band 5 to assist in the management of a caseload and delivery of the FEP pathway.Provide a range of clinical interventions and treatments appropriate to the individuals’ needs.Participate fully in providing quality care in line with local and national guidelines.Respond to any crisis that a patient may advise of, with the aim of promoting appropriate independent living in the community.Act as a role...

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