Senior Children Social Worker - Derbyshire

Amber Valley, Derbyshire
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Job Summary

  • Job Reference: HSTWSC200520C_1589983044
  • Job Type: Contract
  • Date Posted: 2020-05-20
  • Location: Amber Valley, Derbyshire
  • Job Status: FullTime
  • Closing Date: 2020-07-19
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  • Tradewind Social Care Recruitment

Tradewind Social Care are currently recruiting for a Senior Children's Social Worker across various teams in Derbyshire - DE5 3HY

Main duties:

  • To provide a high quality and effective social work service to respond to the needs of children and their families in a timely manner and within statutory guidelines
  • To assess need, plan and deliver focused intervention to safeguard children and promote positive outcomes
  • To undertake interviews, observation and gather information from children, families and other agencies
  • To analyse, summarise and evaluate this information to provide a holistic assessment of a child's needs
  • To understand the context of child development, parenting capacity and family and environmental factors in which to establish the needs of an individual child
  • To assess and balance risk and protective factors within a child protection framework
  • To provide written and verbal reports which are concise, informative and based on analysis of complex evidence
  • To review and reassess when necessary and be open to a change of view in response to new evidence

Essential Skills & Experience needed:

  • Diploma in social work or equivalent qualification
  • Successful completion of Assessed Year in Employment
  • Be registered with Social Work England SWE
  • Clear Enhanced DBS check
  • Minimum 3 years' experience required with experience of court work and legal processes

Please send your CV to heather.scase @twrecruitment.com

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