Social Worker – (part time)
Cephas Care Ltd
15000 - 20000
Cephas Care Ltd
Closing - 31 Dec 2021
Job Role: Social Worker
Hours: 20 Hours per week
Salary: £15499 – £16901 This role includes performance related pay progression
Have you got the passion and drive to make positive changes in the lives of people we support?
As a professional Social Worker, you will play a key role in promoting personalisation, independence, well-being and choice by providing a Social Care service to adults with care and support needs and their carers, carrying out complex strengths-based assessments/reviews, short term enablement plans, specialist mental capacity assessments, support plans and safeguarding plans.
As part of Adult and Community Services (ACS), you will have the opportunity to empower our customers to lead safe, healthy and fulfilling lives. You will strive to support independence amongst people accessing our services, using the councils Supporting Lives, Connecting Communities framework and Signs of Safety and Wellbeing practice approach. This approach draws on strengths, resources and networks that people and families have, to identify and build solutions that work for them and respects people as experts in their own lives.
You will be responsible for managing a challenging caseload which will be allocated based on assessed needs.
This role is based at our HQ in Ipswich but will oversee the areas we cover in Suffolk & Norfolk.
About Cephas Care
Cephas Care have been established for over 31 years, and is committed to delivering effective, efficient services that offer high-quality, person-centred care and the best quality support based on hours commissioned. We embrace the use of digital, technology and innovation, delivering a higher quality service to people using our services, by getting it right from the start.
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