75 job(s) at Ackerman Pierce

Ackerman Pierce Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
21/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Senior Social Worker in the Children With Disabilities Team within Norfolk. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Norfolk County Council is embarking on an ambitious agenda to improve our outcomes for those children and families to whom we provide a service. To assist with this programme some additional funding has been allocated to enable us to respond to capacity issues. The responsibilities of the Senior Social Worker includes: Within the framework of the appropriate legislation, regulations, departmental procedures and child care policy, assess for and provide services to children and families in need, with appropriate supervision. Including responsibility for children and families where needs are particularly complex and problematic. Liaising as necessary with other divisions, Council Departments, health colleagues, schools, carers, voluntary and independent sector providers, to ensure that services are efficiently and effectively provided. Senior Practitioners may be responsible for supervision of some staff (up to level III Social Workers) in the service. In accordance with the National Assessment Framework, making comprehensive assessment of needs, in partnership with the child, parents, other family members and professionals as appropriate. Planning, implementing, reviewing and terminating interventions. Working closely with the specialist Transition Service in the Adult Division, in order to facilitate a seamless transition for young people to move forward into adulthood and into adult service provision, working closely with the specialist Transition Service in the Adult Diversion. Providing reports to Child Protection Conferences. Formulating and progressing care plans for looked after children in line with departmental procedures. Maintaining personal contact with looked after children at a rate no less than that laid down in Placement Regulations. To act as duty social worker as required. To make recommendations to Managers (or other budget holder as appropriate) regarding financial expenditure entailed in care plans and to undertake delegated financial responsibilities. To take responsibility within the team for the development of practice; to contribute to training; to have liaison responsibilities and to represent the team on working parties and other bodies as required. To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in Norfolk, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Hackney, London
21/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Qualified Social Worker in the Information & Assessment Team within Hackney. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. Hackney Council ensure that their social workers have as much support as possible, helping them to keep a really good work life balance! The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Short term interventions Devising packages of care Keeping accurate records Managing a case load of Adults Undertaking assessments of care needs Attending multi-disciplinary meetings Completing Best Interest Assessments Care management Securing the delivery, within the financial resources available, of services to meet assessed needs Co-ordinating, monitoring and reviewing care plans and service standards To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DipSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team with a great location and excellent transport links as well as being close to central London. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in London, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
21/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Social Worker in the Older Peoples Team within Cambridgeshire County Council. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Cambridgeshire Council pay close attention to looking after their Social Workers and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Carrying out assessment's for Older Persons and their carers Obtaining multi-disciplinary assessment of need Care management Designing intensive care packages Carrying a caseload of service users Make recommendations for short-term care, intermittent care and permanent residential care where appropriate Self-directed support / personal budgets To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in Cambridgeshire, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Tower Hamlets, London
21/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Social Worker in the Children With Disabilities Team within Tower Hamlets. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. London Borough of Tower Hamlets ensure that their social workers have as much support as possible, helping them to keep a really good work life balance! The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Strong ability to communicate with disabled children Supporting parents, carers and the siblings of disabled children Carry out relevant assessments Carrying our complex safeguarding risk assessments Experience of working in a multi-disciplinary environment Short Breaks work. To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DipSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team with a great location and excellent transport links as well as being close to central London. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in London, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
20/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Qualified Social Worker in the Children With Disabilities Team within Buckinghamshire County Council. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Buckinghamshire pay close attention to looking after their Social Workers and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Strong ability to communicate with disabled children Supporting parents, carers and the siblings of disabled children Carry out relevant assessments Carrying our complex safeguarding risk assessments Experience of working in a multi-disciplinary environment Short Breaks work To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in Buckinghamshire, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Tower Hamlets, London
20/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Social Worker in the Looked After Children's Team within Tower Hamlets. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. London Borough of Tower Hamlets ensure that their social workers have as much support as possible, helping them to keep a really good work life balance! The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Pathway Planning Attending Adoption Panels Standard Case Management LAC Reviews Section 20 care orders Attending Court Court Reports To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DipSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team with a great location and excellent transport links as well as being close to central London. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in London, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Newham, London
20/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Approved Mental Health Practitioner in the Mental Health Team within London Borough of Newham. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Newham pay close attention to looking after their Approved Mental Health Practitioner and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. The responsibilities of the Approved Mental Health Practitioner includes: To participate in the assessment or care management service in conjunction with other professionals in the team. To participate in the Approved Mental Health Professional rota, ensuring that an effective and sensitive service is provided at all times, with full documentation logged and distributed as appropriate. To maintain a high standard of record keeping and completion of the necessary administrative procedures both via our local IT recording system, and use of word and excel. To provide effective Care Act assessments, care planning and care management service to adults with high mental health social needs, including joint assessments as appropriate. To offer practical advice to vulnerable adults and their carers on a range of matters including housing, health and welfare rights To carry out carers' assessments where appropriate. To liaise and consult with service users, carers, and colleagues based within CRTs and with a range of statutory and voluntary agencies to ensure provision of appropriate services to service users. To maintain close links with hospital and respite care facilities to ensure that appropriate plans for discharge to the community are made and followed through. To ensure that administrative procedures are followed in order that accurate initial assessments are made of service users' situations, and that these are passed routinely to your manager. To undertake reviews and attend multi-disciplinary CPA meetings as appropriate, identifying the individual needs of service users, recommending appropriate packages of care and ensuring that service users and carers are supported in making full contribution to the meetings. Recording of all documentation and distribution To follow local Safeguarding Adult Procedures and ensure that actions are recorded and adhered to with Support Plans put in place to limit the risks for service users, carers and other relevant parties etc. To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) AMHP Qualification Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team with a great location and excellent transport links as well as being close to central London. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in London, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Newham, London
20/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit an Independent Reviewing Officer Contracts Manager within London Borough of Newham. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Newham pay close attention to looking after their workers and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. The responsibilities of the Independent Reviewing Officer Contracts Manager includes: Lead and manage a team of administrative staff in relation to Children Looked After in order to provide high quality, effective and efficient administrative and clerical support for staff within Children's Planning and Review Ensure that contract monitoring data is collected, managed and reported efficiently in relation to the IRO contracts in order to support robust contract management and quality assurance of services delivered Ensure that Children Looked After Reviews and meetings receive high quality administrative and clerical support through the operation and development of administrative and support services within Children's Planning & Review Arrange and chair regular meetings of the IRO administrator team and attend the full Children's Planning and Review team meetings manage the development of quality standards and quality assured administrative systems and procedures and to ensure their implementation and audit Deputise in the absence of the Independent Reviewing Officer (IRO) Manager Advise the Independent Reviewing Officer (IRO) Manager and other relevant senior managers of any matter that requires their attention in relation to the IRO contracts, LAC reviews, the LAC review process Assist the Independent Reviewing Officer (IRO) Manager in producing a written Annual Performance Report for the group in respect of Looked After Children. To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team with a great location and excellent transport links as well as being close to central London. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in London, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Newham, London
18/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Qualified Social Worler in the Adults Complex Team within London Borough of Newham. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Newham pay close attention to looking after their Social Workers and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Work within the adults supporting care team as part of the operational safeguarding cluster Demonstrates skills and knowledge that contribute effectively to the Safeguarding process Ensure service users / carers are supported appropriately to understand Safeguarding issues to maximise their decision making Understand how best evidence is achieved Understand when to use emergency systems to Safeguard adults Undertaking section 42 safeguarding enquiries Undertaking Mental Capacity Assessments alongside best interest decisions Promoting customers choices, control and independence Arranging appropriate care and placing customers in nursing or residential homes if required Working in partnership with other professionals Using legislation, guidance and reflective social work practice to ensure that key concepts and theories in social work are utilised to ensure the best possible outcomes for vulnerable adults. To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team with a great location and excellent transport links as well as being close to central London. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in London, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Newham, London
18/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Qualified Social Worler in the Adults Complex Team within London Borough of Newham. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Newham pay close attention to looking after their Social Workers and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Knowledge of the CA and ability to assess need/risks and design support packages in accordance with identified eligible social care needs and to minimise risk Knowledge of the MCA/DoLs/Pan London Safeguarding procedures and ability to apply these to every day practice Good communication skills including written skills (may be required to complete necessary paperwork for the CoP for people with LDs deprived of their liberty within the community Appreciation of concept of personalisation, personal budgets, the importance of getting value for money, which will include awareness of fully funded health care (eg. completing 'checklists'/Decision Support Tool) To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team with a great location and excellent transport links as well as being close to central London. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in London, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
18/09/2018
Full time
Milton Keynes Council are seeking to recruit a Qualified Social Worker to join a well-managed team in the Adults Access Team. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Milton Keynes pay close attention to looking after their Social Workers and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision, training opportunities and career progression. The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Short term interventions Devising packages of care Keeping accurate records Managing a case load of Adults Undertaking assessments of care needs Attending multi-disciplinary meetings Completing Best Interest Assessments Care management Securing the delivery, within the financial resources available, of services to meet assessed needs Co-ordinating, monitoring and reviewing care plans and service standards To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers an ongoing contract and well-funded team giving good job security. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in Milton Keynes, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire
18/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Social Worker in the Older Peoples Team within Cambridgeshire County Council. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Cambridgeshire Council pay close attention to looking after their Social Workers and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Carrying out assessment's for Older Persons and their carers Obtaining multi-disciplinary assessment of need Care management Designing intensive care packages Carrying a caseload of service users Make recommendations for short-term care, intermittent care and permanent residential care where appropriate Self-directed support / personal budgets To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in Cambridgeshire, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Southwark, London
18/09/2018
Full time
Southwark Council are seeking to recruit a Qualified Social Worker to join a well-managed team in Children Leaving Care. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Southwark pay close attention to looking after their Social Workers and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision, training opportunities and career progression. The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Relevant legislation Holding complex cases Completing pathway plans and Care Plans Statutory Visits Working with young people with a variety of complex needs LAC reviews Holding a case load Attending Case Conferences To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers an ongoing contract and well-funded team giving good job security. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in London, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Banbury, Oxfordshire
18/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Independent Reviewing Officer within Oxfordshire County Council. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Oxfordshire pay close attention to looking after their workers and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. The responsibilities of the Independent Reviewing Officer includes: Chairing looked after children and young people's reviews Ensuring the Care Plan is SMART and being delivered. Quality assurance, monitoring and auditing role. Someone who will actively work to improve and maintain the quality of care for all our children and young people. Someone who can apply strong and up to date knowledge of relevant legislation, research and Government policies in their work. Someone who has the skills to involve the children and young people in their Reviews and Care Planning, as well as involving the carers, professional network and their parents and family members. Chairing complex multi-agency procedures Chairing LAC reviews or Child Protection conferences Safeguarding for Children & Young People Liaising with other professionals Knowledge of relevant legislation. To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in Oxfordshire, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Hackney, London
18/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Qualified Social Worker in the Adult Community Team within Hackney. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. Hackney Council ensure that their social workers have as much support as possible, helping them to keep a really good work life balance! The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Carrying out Assessments Obtaining multi-disciplinary assessment of need Potential for duty work Care management Designing intensive care packages Carrying a caseload of service users Make recommendations for short-term care, intermittent care and permanent residential care where appropriate Self-directed support/personal budgets Moveon Support Plans To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DipSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team with a great location and excellent transport links as well as being close to central London. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in London, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Romford, Essex
18/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Qualified Social Worker in the Adults Safeguarding DOLs Team within Havering. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. London Borough of Havering ensure that their social workers have as much support as possible, helping them to keep a really good work life balance! The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: To undertake duty work regularly. Carry out complex holistic safeguarding work and S42 enquiries. To be able to have good knowledge of the Care Act, Mental Capacity Act and PAN London Safeguarding Procedures. To be able to network and work in partnership with others to achieve the best outcome for the service user. Experience of working with complex safeguarding cases that require holistic multi-agency responses. For example, MARAC and MAPPA. Crisis intervention work. To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DipSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team with a great location and excellent transport links as well as being close to central London. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in London, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Oxford, Oxfordshire
14/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Senior Practitioner in the Child Protection Team within Oxfordshire County Council. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Oxfordshire pay close attention to looking after their Senior Practitioner and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. The responsibilities of the Senior Practitioner includes: Undertaking initial investigations Undertaking core investigations Operating under the remit of the Children's Act, 2014 Attending child protection meetings Managing a high caseload Maintaining accurate and up-to-date case files Supporting junior members of the team To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in Oxfordshire, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Oxford, Oxfordshire
14/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit an Qualified Social Worker in the Child Protection Team within Oxfordshire County Council. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Oxfordshire pay close attention to looking after their Social Workers and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Initial Assessments and Core Assessments LAC Reviews Giving Evidence Managing a varied caseload Court Reports Section 47's Pre-proceedings and care proceedings To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in Oxfordshire, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Hackney, London
14/09/2018
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Qualified Social Worker in the Information & Assessment Team within Hackney. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision and training opportunities. Hackney Council ensure that their social workers have as much support as possible, helping them to keep a really good work life balance! The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Short term interventions Devising packages of care Keeping accurate records Managing a case load of Adults Undertaking assessments of care needs Attending multi-disciplinary meetings Completing Best Interest Assessments Care management Securing the delivery, within the financial resources available, of services to meet assessed needs Co-ordinating, monitoring and reviewing care plans and service standards To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DipSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers a long contract within a stable supportive team with a great location and excellent transport links as well as being close to central London. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in London, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.
Ackerman Pierce Southwark, London
14/09/2018
Full time
Southwark Council are seeking to recruit a Qualified Social Worker to join a well-managed team in MASH. The successful candidate will be working in a well-structured, organised team who are growing their social worker staffing levels. Southwark pay close attention to looking after their Social Workers and strive to ensure they feel supported and welcomed in their roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a stable working environment with experienced leadership, whilst receiving regular supervision, training opportunities and career progression. The responsibilities of the Social Worker includes: Extensive experience of section 47 investigations. Risk management. Screening referrals. Able to work autonomously. Investigating any concerns of neglect through section 47 investigations. Clear understanding of the principle and function of a Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub. Evidence of ability to use analytical skills to determine positive outcomes for children and young people within tight timescales. Previous experience of working with partner agencies to gather information essential. To ideal candidate will have: HCPC registration Eligibility to work in the UK Social Work qualified (MA/BSc/DPSW/CQSW/MSc/BA) Working with Ackerman Pierce you will be guaranteed weekly payment and access to continued profession development, including a dedicated consultant to support you through the interview and on boarding process. The position offers an ongoing contract and well-funded team giving good job security. To discuss this vacancy or any similar vacancies we currently have available in London, please email your updated CV or contact Carmen Thong for more information.