St Austell Team Manager SW4871

  • Type: Full Time
  • Location: South West
  • Role: Long contract
  • Salary: to £42 per hour
  • Reference: SW4871
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Description:

SW Locums require a qualified Social Work Team Manager to join the Family Assessment and Support Team in St Austell. Within the team there are social workers, family workers and youth workers undertaking social work assessments and support children and families under S17 Children’s Act.

The post holder will need to be physically present in Cornwall at least 3 working days each week, with a relocation to Cornwall for the duration of the contract preferably.

With SW Locums you will receive a vastly superior level of service with dedicated and knowledgeable staff available on call 24/7.

We run a professional, honest and reliable agency with the ability to be flexible to meet any payment requirements you may have.

The successful candidate must have a diploma in Social Work, CQSW, CSS, degree in Social Work or other professional social work qualification recognised by HCPC for the purpose of registration in the UK. Experience of social work management in a front-line social work team. A high level of specific and applied professional expertise in the area of practice to be supervised, relevant policy, legislation, guidance and best practice.
Applied knowledge and understanding of the needs and risks of a diverse range of children, young people and their parents/carers, promoting their full involvement in decision making, taking into account issues of equality and diversity. Proven ability to achieve high practice quality standards in the assessment of strengths, needs, risks, produce analysis and translate into a coherent plan that improves outcomes for children.
Proven to provide advice, consultation, mentoring, supervision and appraisal support to professionally qualified and unqualified practitioners, those in training, agency/sessional workers and volunteers.
The normal duties of the role may involve travel on a regular or occasional basis. It is a condition of employment that staff can exercise satisfactory travel mobility in order to fulfil the obligations of the role. For those journeys where an alternative form of transport is unavailable or impracticable staff will be required to provide a suitable vehicle.
The normal duties of the role may involve the need to work flexibly, including extended hours and the ability on occasions to join the out of hours duty rota.

The role is initially for three months with the possibility of being reviewed for extension.

The post holder will need to be physically present in Cornwall at least 3 working days each week, with a relocation to Cornwall for the duration of the contract preferably.

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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