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Senior Practitioner - Practice Improvement and Audit Team - Children's Services

Job Type:
Temporary
Sector:
Social Work
Category:
Child Protection
Seniority:
Social Worker, Senior Social Worker
Region:
London
Location:
North East London
Salary:
£41,025 per annum
Posted:
23/11/2017
Job Ref:
ECH65691

Senior Practitioner - Practice Improvement and Audit Team - Children's Services - North East London - Up to £41,025 + benefits

Our client in North East London are looking for a Senior Pracittioner in their Practice Improvement and Audit Team within the Quality Assurance Service. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced social worker to move into a new team and anyone looking to work within Quality Assurance

Benefits: 

  • Childcare vouchers
  • Training and Development 
  • Staff Discounts
  • Opportunities for flexible working

About the role:

  • Undertake Service Review/ Inspection / Case Reviews within Children's Services
  • Raise Practice Standards / Design deliver improvement programmes for identified areas.
  • Maintain current awareness of research and developments in social care.
  • Design Audit tools.
  • Develop effective and representative forums for social workers and other social care practitioners provide feedback on services

Requirements:

  • Post qualifying experience of working with children in need, child protection and children looked after.
  • Experience of supervising and managing staff.
  • Thorough knowledge of legislation, statutory regulations and Government guidance and standards relevant to vulnerable children, child protection and children looked after.
  • Current research and findings in respect of vulnerable children, child protection and children looked after.
  • Experience of working collaboratively with other services and service users to improve service delivery. 
  • Experience of service delivery which is culturally sensitive and responsive to the needs of a multi-cultural community
  • Experience of having to interpret, understand and make judgements on the complex interactions between the risk and protective factors in any given situation when arriving at a decision about whether the child or young person is suffering or is likely to suffer significant harm.
  • Know about the different methods of intervention and, on the basis of a critical review of the research evidence, understand their effectiveness.

If you are interested or would like to apply, please contact Ed on 0207 046 6218 or email him at e.christmas@liquidpersonnel.com

Contact Details:
Tel: 0207 046 6218
Contact: Ed Christmas

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