5 x Social Worker:
Working Age Adults Braintree and Maldon Salary from GBP 27, 500: GBP 35, 000 per annum Permanent, Full Time Contract This is your opportunity to be the Social Worker you want to be.
You became a social worker to help change lives for the better.
By following the Care Act and promoting Good Lives you can make a difference in changing the life for our vulnerable adults.
Its about having the time to really get to know your service users and understand the issues they face, and the autonomy to deliver creatively tailored solutions.
By assessing the individuals needs you can discuss options available to ensure the customer feels supported and valued.
Adult Operations truly believe in their value statement Helping People to Help Themselves by Making Personalisation Real.
Essex County Council has an award winning training academy to support with your continued learning which allows you to further your career whether that be into a more senior role or remain front line with additional learning opportunities of becoming a Practice Educator, Approved Mental Health Professional Specialist (AMPH) or Best Interest Assessor.
Join us, and youll support vulnerable adults from the age of 18 to 65, many of whom will have complex learning disabilities and physical disabilities.
Youll help us deliver social care as it should be as you undertake statutory assessments and reviews with customers to support them to achieve effective outcomes.
Role Specific Accountabilities To assess, review and provide help to an individual, family or carer with complex family or social care needs, taking full account of appropriate policy and guidance.
This will include taking due account of the principles of personalisation, service eligibility criteria and legal framework To intervene and provide help to an individual or family whose complex family or social care needs or risks indicate that they need ongoing professional support which they might not normally be willing to accept To carry out an assessment or enquiry and plan responses with an adult, or their representative or advocate if they lack capacity, to safeguard them from abuse, neglect or exploitation, building effective relationships with individuals and families as appropriate To enable an adult who has been abused or neglected to improve their circumstances, where it is unclear whether the person lacks mental capacity to make decisions, or where it is unclear whether their decisions are compromised by the undue influence of others To seek to promote social justice and rights by challenging neglect, discrimination and exclusion, and helping to build safe, strong and caring social networks and communities To be the lead professional in collaborative work in situations where a social work perspective is needed to inform or drive decision:
making, ensuring that a legally based, human rights perspective is applied to when and how interventions are made in the lives of individuals, families and communities experiencing complex social and family problems To take a lead on community development to assess, identify and maximise the strengths or assets of individuals, their families and their communities To help people facing significant personal adversity to improve their health, well:
being and social engagement.
To build relationships with individuals and families who find it difficult to engage with services but need support to develop or maintain independence or autonomy Facilitate service user choice and empowerment through promoting independence as far as possible, by using knowledge and skills to promote quality of life, through the application of the principles of the personalisation agenda, such as support planning, at validation / risk management board discussions and Family Group Conferencing To refer, liaise, consult and work effectively with other professionals in order to identify and meet service user/carers needs e.g. soci