Hammersmith & Fulham Social Worker SW3967

  • Type: Temporary
  • Location: London
  • Role: Long Term temp contract
  • Salary: to £30 per hour
  • Reference: SW3967
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SW Locums are looking to source a reliable and competent Qualified Social Worker with current Social Work England (SWE) registration and an Enhanced DBS issued within the past 12 months or be registered with the DBS Update Service. This role is within Adult Learning Disabilities, So demonstratable and referenced experience upon application is key to a successful application.

This role is a full time role, although the client is open to discussions around flexible working.

Core Duties:

To provide a service in line with statutory requirements and departmental priorities.

To participate in training is required in the interests of the service overall and career development.

To participate in supervision.

To participate in team meetings.

To participate in emergency duty rota within specific role.

To participate in written recording, or using new technology where necessary.

Respond to public and other agencies by telephone, correspondence and direct contact in order to provide a service within departmental priorities.

Liaise with relevant external agencies, e.g. Police, Health Authority etc.

Liaise with relevant colleagues in other Divisions and Council Departments.

To be responsible for individual client case planning in line with the professional standards of the Department.

To be active in implementing the Council’s Equal Opportunity Policy in professional practice and service delivery.

To be responsible for professional decisions within the Department’s priorities framework and in relation to specific procedural guidelines referring to consultation with management.

To undertake service development tasks as appropriate.

To familiarise themselves with Departmental policies and procedures.

All placements via SW Locums are strictly undertaken following the governments guidelines on ensuring safety of all during the risk of Covid-19.

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