Social Worker – Referral & Assessment – East London
Liquid Personnel are currently looking for an experienced Social Worker for the Referral & Assessment Team to join our clients in East London.
Our client is one of the fastest growing parts of the country and the third most diverse London borough. Their communities are attracted by a mixture of excellent schools, relatively affordable housing, high-quality open space and rapid transport connections into the heart of the City.
Your benefits as a Social Worker:
- £5,000 retention bonus
- Excellent training including Practice Educator & NAAS
- Local Government Pension Scheme
- 36 hour working week
- OUTSTANDING Ofsted report
- Generous holiday allowance, up to 32 days plus bank holidays
- Enhanced maternity, paternity, and adoption leave schemes
- Access to comprehensive training and development programme
The role of a Social Worker:
- Manage caseloads dependent upon experience, grade of post and complexity of cases, utilising specialist knowledge for appropriate interventions, needs assessments, care planning and child protection investigations.
- Completing single and joint s47, including taking part in strategy meeting and supporting with Child Protection medicals
- Completing S17 Child and Family Assessment including risk assessments, undertaking CIN plans, producing ICPC reports
- Using direct work tools and resources in sessions with children and their families to help them identity what needs to change and how this could be achieved via a robust trajectory planning
- Arranging CIN meetings
Essential requirements of this Social Work role:
- You will hold a degree in Social Work
- Be registered with Social Work England
- Have completed your ASYE
- Social Work qualified, with valid Social Work England registration
If this sounds like it could be the right role for you then please contact Mozz Radwan on 02038573486 or Mozz.Radwan@liquidpersonnel.com
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.