Senior Practitioner Adults Waltham Forest SW1307

  • Type: Full Time
  • Location: London
  • Role: ongoing contract
  • Salary: to £35 per hour
  • Reference: SW1307
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Description:

SW Locums are searching for an Qualified Senior Social Worker/Senior Practitioner to work in the Adult Social Care – Community Active Recovery Team in Walthamstow.  

The Front door assessment team in Adult Social Care is called the Community Active Recovery Team (CART).

Staff in the team primarily assist residents who are new to Adult Social Care.

The team’s key objective is to work preventatively with vulnerable adults and to help them to live as independently as possible by providing them with the tools to be self-sufficient within their existing support networks and communities as well as safeguard them where appropriate.

To achieve these goals, we offer reablement support for up to 6 weeks, and during this period we provide proactive case management follow up for residents.

The Team work collaboratively with occupational therapists, physiotherapists, community health colleagues and the local authority’s equipment supplier, and through a team effort we help residents live their best lives as independently as possible.

With SW Locums you will benefit from working for an agency established for over 11 years and with over 50 years combined social work experience.

you will also receive:

  • Payment weekly, faster than anyone else.
  • Most generous rates of pay.
  • Access to our knowledge base from our vastly experienced consultants, who will offer you confident and accurate advice.
  • No “waffle” straight talking, conscientious and informed advice, giving peace of mind.
  • Support network available 24/7.
  • Access to exclusive vacancies nationwide.
  • Free DBS and compliance service.
  • Access to on-going training opportunities.
  • Industry leading “Refer a Friend” and “Find your own job” bonus scheme offering up to £500 for successfully placed referrals.*
* Terms and conditions apply to our bonus scheme.

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