Contract, Children and Families Social Work
Children's Social Worker
Children and Families Social Work
Children's Social Worker Practice Consultant - Signs of Safety
£41,706 - £44,607 per annum plus an annually reviewable market supplement of up to £4,000 and essential user car allowance of £963 per annum
We’re looking for a Children's Social Worker Practice Consultant - Signs of Safety who is a passionate and creative experienced social worker, skilled at working alongside teams and individual social workers and Team Managers to role model practice, interventions and support learning. You’ll be committed to Signs of Safety and systemic social work practice and keen to roll your sleeves up and get stuck in with families, students, social workers, teams, reflective group supervisions, workshops and learning events. You’ll be alert to emerging practice issues and be flexible and agile in delivering development support.
As an experienced and registered social worker with a strong knowledge of the signs of safety approach, you will collaboratively strengthen and develop areas of skills and knowledge within practice to embed signs of safety and practice model across Children’s services.
Working alongside social workers, Team managers and Heads of Service, the focus will be on strengthening and developing knowledge, practice and skills for service delivery with an emphasis on strengthening outcomes for young people and promoting theirs and the parent’s voice and views to developing plans and strategies for intervention.
As part of the quality assurance and practice development service, the role will also support and contribute to workforce development, training and Professional Practice and Development Framework.
You would be able to demonstrate a proactive approach to raise practice standards in social work and act as a champion for professional development to ensure outcomes for children and young people are evidenced and strengthened.
You would provide consultation or direct mentoring, coaching and professional support across social care and youth inclusion in order to implement the Signs of Safety Framework and embed the practice model.
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