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Social / Senior Social Worker - MASH

Job Type:
Social Work
Children and Families Services, MASH
Social Worker, Senior Social Worker
West London
£41,025 per annum
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Social / Senior Social Worker - MASH - West London - Up to £41,025 + benefits

We are looking for a experienced social worker/senior social worker to work in a multi agency safeguarding hub in West London.

In this role as a senior social worker you will be acting as the lead professional in statutory cases. You will also be responsible for co-ordinating the team around the child to ensure a multidisciplinary approach to APIR and safeguarding.

Benefits as a MASH Senior Social Worker:

  • Generous holiday allowance (subject to grade)
  • HCPC registration renewal fee paid
  • Up to £2k retention allowance
  • Free car parking
  • Car pool or mileage allowance
  • Mobile working with a smart-phone and laptop
  • Season ticket loan
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Salaries in the top quartile
  • Practice Educators allowance of £1.8k

Duties as a MASH Senior Social Worker:

  • Social workers manage a wider, increasingly complex social work caseload including safeguarding, with more autonomy.
  • Social workers will demonstrate expertise in one or more areas of social work practice.
  • Use range of frameworks for assessment and intervention.
  • Provide support for trainees and other employees, including acting as a 'buddy' for inductees.
  • Social workers take responsibility for obtaining regular, effective supervision from appropriate Social Worker to ensure effective practice, critical reflection and career development.
  • Demonstrate comprehensive understanding and use of knowledge related to area of practice, including critical awareness of current issues and new evidence-based practice research.
  • Recognise discriminatory practices and appropriately challenge service users, colleagues and senior staff.
  • Social workers maintain knowledge of current team plan and of own contribution in delivering this.
  • Demonstrate awareness and compliance with required Standards including the Social Work Professional Capabilities Framework (Social Work level).
  • Social workers clearly report and record judgements, decisions and analysis using the appropriate system (Protocol / AIS).


  • Knowledge and skills for child and family social workers
  • Social work degree or equivalent  
  • HCPC registered
  • Enhanced DBS
  • Completed ASYE

For more information please contact

Contact Details:
Tel: 0207 046 6215
Contact: Nina Brun

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