Senior Social Worker – Dual Diagnosis
Senior Social Worker – Dual Diagnosis (Full and Part-time work available)
Permanent Senior Social Worker – Dual Diagnosis – Essex – Salary up to £52,500
Liquid Personnel are looking for enthusiastic and resourceful social workers looking to join a busy and exciting Dual Diagnosis Team within Essex. As a Senior Social Worker you will take on the most complex cases that the team deals with and will be expected to provide insight into the cases of less-experienced members of the team to improve their service.
Full-time and part-time applications (minimum 3 days per week) can be considered, the advertised salary will be pro rata’d for part-time hours.
- Full-time and part-time roles available
- Flexible working options
- Lease Car scheme
- Relocation Payment*
- Training and development opportunities
- Local Government Pension Scheme
- Payment of professional fees for approved professions
- Life assurance of three times annual salary
*Terms and Conditions Apply
What can you expect from this role?
- You will manage your own complex workload
- You will support less-experienced colleagues with their workloads
- You will use your knowledge and experience to contribute to the development of practice standards
- You will work at the forefront of the communities mental health treatment teams, providing secondary mental health services
- You will play a key part in providing social care service within the Recovery Wellbeing Community Mental Health Team
Is this role for you?
- You must be an excellent communicator and well-versed in multi-disciplinary working, developing and maintaining relationships with key partners
- You will need at least two years of post-qualification experience
- You will be AMHP qualified with experience within Mental Health and substance misuse
- You should have experience of chairing meeting involving clients, family members, carers and other multi-agency professionals
You must be Social Work England registeredIf this is the role for you then contact Luke Burgess on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3319 3159
We are unable to support or accept applications from candidates who are residents within the Red or Amber list of the Code of practice for the international recruitment of health and social care personnel in England, based on the World Health Organisation (WHO) Workforce Support and Safeguard List