Adults Reviewing Officer – Haringey – Assessment Team
Liquid Personnel is currently looking for an experienced Adults Reviewing Officer to join our clients Assessment Team in Haringey, London.
As a successful Adults Reviewing Officer, you will undertake person centred reviews for Haringey residents and service users and their carer’s in line with the Care Act 2014.
You will work to maximise the independence of those reviewed and implement preventative interventions, including working with voluntary and community groups.
Your benefits as an Adults Reviewing Officer:
- £21.81 per hour pay rate
- Thorough induction and ongoing support
- Excellent training and development opportunities
- Manageable caseloads
- Supportive team and management
What will you be doing as an Adults Reviewing Officer in Haringey?
- You will manage and prioritise workload so that deadlines are adhered to with a focus on high standards of written work and effective interventions and outcomes
- You will undertake reviews in a person centred and holistic manner that has a focus on both the individual’s strengths and preventative options that enable us to maximise the independence of the individual
- You will ensure that all reviews are in line with the Mental Capacity Act and that workers make judgements on where a service user may have significant difficult engaging in the process and in those instances that they have suitable advocacy support
- You will use the review process to make sure that the outcomes for service users are achieved and hold providers accountable for making sure that outcomes are met
- You will work within the framework and principles of the Care Act 2014 in making sure that the reviews are accessible, person centred, holistic with a focused-on wellbeing and prevention
Essential requirements of this Adults Reviewing Officer role:
- A qualification within health or social care e.g. NVQ 4 or above
- A working knowledge of key legislation within the health and social care sector.
- A knowledge of health and social care frameworks and the impact on practice
- Strong written work which is outcome focused and provides both analysis and solutions to issues that have been identified
- Strong communication skills to support and encourage engagement from others
- The legal right to work in the UK
Why Liquid Personnel?
- We will assist you from the initial phone call on-wards throughout the whole process
- Twice weekly payroll
- Competitive hourly rates
- Access to exclusive health and social care roles that aren’t available from other agencies
- Your own dedicated consultant with extensive health and social care knowledge
- Interview and coaching support
- Pre and post placement support to ensure you’re happy in the role