Hackney Social Worker SW0652

  • Temporary
  • London
  • Role: Rolling contract
  • Salary: To £28 Umbrella
  • Reference: SW0952
  • Posted 4 weeks ago

SW locums are recruiting for an Adults Qualified Social Worker required to undertake duties in line with The Care Act 2014 – Assessments, Safeguarding Enquiries, Mental Capacity Assessments, Carer’s Assessments and anything else required.

This is a busy front door service, the successful applicant will be required to hold a caseload and be dynamic in their approach to supporting people in Hackney.

Candidate requirements

QSW Status – including qualification, HCPC registration and completed ASYE
A minimum of 2 years experience in a similar setting.
Right to work in the UK.
With SW Locums you will be working with Clients who have used our services over a number of years and considered our continued supp;y worth of the highest tiering across their requirements. SW Locums receive the vacancies much earlier than our competitors giving you the heads up and edge when being selected for a role.

SW Locums payroll is the fastest and most user friendly available. Most of our candidates stay with SW Locums for the security of knowing they will be paid fast, hassle free and accurately.

Duties of the post:

To provide a high standard of social work to adults and/or carers arising out of the Council’s duties and powers under the Care Act 2014 and in accordance with Barnet policies and procedures, guidelines and the Code of Practice for Social Care Workers.
To provide appropriate, professional Social Work assessments of older people, adults with physical and sensory needs or learning disability and carers with a focus on meeting the social care outcomes as articulated in the Department of Health’s Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework.
To safeguard adults and carers at risk of harm and promote Making Safeguarding Personal principles and their wellbeing.
To undertake and review individualised and outcomes-led care and support. To ensure that the wellbeing principles are at the heart of assessment and care and support planning.
To support people to maintain their health, wellbeing and independence by providing access to good quality information and advice and signposting to local preventative services, with a focus on building their resilience and strengths to stay well and achieve the outcomes that are important to them.
To promote a culture of continuous development and professional development including to enhance the quality of practice and staff wellbeing