Senior Practitioner – Bromley – Referral and Assessment
Liquid Personnel is currently looking for a Senior Practitioner to join our client’s Children’s Referral and Assessment Team in Bromley. Senior Practitioners in the Referral and Assessment Team have an average caseload of just 12-15 children which allows you the time to focus on undertaking quality Social Work.
You will be joining an ambitious service with strong leadership and clear lines of support. As a Senior Practitioner, you will work in a small cluster team containing a mixture of just five Social Workers/Seniors and one Team Manager and you will have dedicated time set aside for quality reflective supervision.
As a Senior Practitioner, you will benefit from:
- £2,000 Golden Hello
- £ 2,000 Annual Retention
- £1,670 Car Lease Scheme
- Generous Annual Leave Entitlement including an addition three days
- Merited Reward Scheme up to £1,000
- Savings with Childcare
- Pension Scheme
- Manageable caseloads for every Social Worker
- Dedicated time for reflective supervision
- Excellent Learning and development opportunities with bespoke training for every social worker
- Social Workers and Team Managers have easy and regular access to the leadership team
The role of the Senior Practitioner is:
- To be a Senior Practitioner you will be passionate about making a positive difference to the lives of children and young people
- You will be a fantastic communicator.
- A resilient worker, able to work effectively in a team or on your own initiative, taking ownership and responsibility.
- Confident and competent with relevant statutory and regulatory frameworks and with an appropriate range of professional interventions.
- A solution focused person with the ability to deal with sensitive issues.
- Keen to support the development of others, investing in their journey as a Social Worker
The successful Social Practitioner will have the following:
- Social Work qualification, with valid Social Work England registration
- Post qualified experience in Children’s Services
- A broad knowledge of social work practice and legislation, including safeguarding
- An ability to demonstrate excellent assessment and analysis skills
- The legal right to work in the UK