Location:48 STATION ROAD
Closing Date:11 Jun 2023
Salary: SWO £36,217 – £47,857
Contract Type: Full-time, Permanent
Closing Date: Sunday 11th June 2023
Haringey is recruiting talented social workers who are motivated and have the passion and ability to work with Learning Disabled adults, sometimes in challenging circumstances.
In keeping with our Borough Values we are looking for someone who will be able to work with our service users in a caring, ambitious, responsible way whilst always striving to work to highest of professional standards.
About the role
We have a range of roles available within our Social Work Team currently.
We are looking for an individual to be a Social Work Duty Officer. This person will have the support of a Senior Social Worker and work alongside another colleague to respond to daily queries that come into our service by email and phone. They will need excellent risk assessment skills, good time management skills and be able to work in collaboration with others to coordinate response to crisis.
Social Workers to sit within the Case Management Element of the team. This person will need good assessment and review skills and be able to build relationships.
The Haringey Learning Disability Partnership is a fast paced and vibrant multi-disciplinary team with a passion to achieve the best possible outcomes for the Learning Disabled residents of Haringey.
The Social Work Team is part of diverse range of professionals within the Service. You will alongside health colleagues from various NHS Trust and Integrated Care Boards.
We have a range of Social Work roles available within the team. Our Team has four main areas of function:
Please indicate within your application which role you wish to be considered for.
We expect all workers to be able to evidence their achievements and demonstrate how they work towards:
1) delivery of statutory standards
2) delivery of strengths-based working
3) expected casework productivity and use of resources
4) collaborating positively with others to develop solutions and/or overcome problems
5) motivating and enabling others to work in ways that supported the goals of the department in 2022
You must have a Social Work Qualification and be registered with Social Work England.
We want people who enjoy being part of a team, feel comfortable taking on challenges and who will prioritise the well-being of our residents.
We want to support Social Workers at all stages of their career and will consider applications from newly qualified workers who want to engage with an Assisted and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE program) as well as those with more experience who have ambitions to continue their development in a new setting.