, London

Job Summary

  • Job Reference: 000000000002095
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Date Posted: 2022-09-26
  • Location: , London
  • Job Status: FullTime
  • Closing Date: 2022-10-24
  • Tradewind Social Care Recruitment
About the role
The roles will work alongside colleagues in Children’s Services to provide advice and support to families as part of the preparation for Adulthood work. You will be expected to work with a range of other council departments and external agencies to ensure that there is a coordinated person-centred planning process between Children's and Adult's services.
As Senior Practitioner, you will provide expert advice, guidance, and practice on complex health, social care and legal processes and ensure people are supported safely in the community and connected with community resources who will continue to support them.
You will also be confident accessing and using council resources and systems including MOSAIC, Hari-NET, Community Connectors, and systems that support social workers learning and development in north London as well as other national professional development networks.
Working in one of London’s liveliest and most culturally diverse boroughs, you will seek to maintain a strong partnership working relationship within and beyond our Clients. 
About you
You will be a qualified and experienced Social Worker looking to use or develop your experience within a multi- agency setting and have a sound knowledge of legislation that underpins health and social care for service-users with complex needs. You will have a confident approach to a range of health and social care records, processes, and systems.
You will be an advocate of strengths-based practice, positive risk taking and rights-based practice. You will bring with you your professional curiosity and compassion to this role to effect change. Whether your current experience is in transition services or whether your passion and enthusiasm enable skills to be transferred into this role; we are looking for a practitioner who is reflective and open to their development and learning needs.

AMHP/BIA qualifications are desirable, but not essential to this role.

In return you will enjoy high quality supervision, access to training and development and a chance to make a real difference to people in borough.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. An enhanced disclosure check with the DBS will be undertaken.
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