If you enjoy supporting adults to overcome challenges and reach their full potential, don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity.
Greater Manchester Local Care Organisation are seeking to recruit an experienced Social Worker to join our integrated community service within the Central Neighbourhood Team.
Pay rate – £30/PH
About the Role:
A significant part of the role will be to engage in informative and preventative conversations which will include outcomes focused and strengths based social work assessments and related interventions.
You will be required to manage a caseload of work organising your working hours to make best use of your time ensuring this work is balanced with the responsibilities and work demands of the team
You will build effective professional relationships with other disciplines and with other local health and social care services to enable a coordinated response to the local population.
You will contribute to a duty rota responding to urgent demands for support for individuals in a state of crisis.
The team is committed to peer support and learning, making the most of the diverse range of experiences all members bring.
In addition you will need to demonstrate a commitment to providing an effective response to safeguarding the vulnerable adult population within the local area and oversee enquiries in line with both the Care Act and local policy and procedures.
About the benefits
You will be joining a well-resourced team with a high staff retention level and flexible working arrangements.
You will receive regular opportunities to develop your skills and support for your CPD evidence through training and will be provided with regular support through professional supervision.
The office base is at Sale Waterside in the centre of Sale town which is in the heart of Trafford and is very accessible as it’s close to both the M60 and the Sale tram station.
You will be welcomed into a friendly environment where your personal and professional development will be encouraged.
Trafford recognises the importance of staff wellbeing and offer a number of initiatives for staff including mindfulness, mental health first aiders, running & walking groups and health and wellbeing events.
As the ideal candidate, you will:
Be a QSW, registered with Social Work England
Have relevant experience
Valid DBS on the update service
Benefits of working through Reed, include:
Dedicated Recruitment Consultant/Talent Acquisition Specialist
Aftercare service delivered by Candidate Care Team
Free CV building and Interview support
Free DBS checks
PAYE payroll option with additional benefits including holiday pay, healthcare, pension plus more
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Supporting the Reed Foundation which has given £9.5m to charity since 2010
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