Advanced Practitioner – Integrated Front Door Service – South London – Up to £50,034 plus £5,000 Welcome Bonus

Advanced Practitioner – Integrated Front Door Service – South London – Up to £50,034 plus £5,000 Welcome Bonus

Social Personnel are delighted to be working with Wandsworth on the recruitment of an Advanced Practitioner for a newly created Integrated front door service that includes MASH, Early Help and a Specialist Hub.

About Wandsworth:

  • Wandsworth are on an exciting journey of transformation. They are adopting the Family Safeguarding Model that promotes relationship based social work.
  • They are investing massively in all their staff, leaders as well as partners to enable them to make a success of their engagement with families and communities.
  • They have an incredibly sound, solid and strong leadership in Ana Popovici and Nick Pendry who have an exciting vision in transforming approaches to the most vulnerable in society.

About the Role:

  • The Integrated Front Door Service includes MASH, Early Help and a Specialist Hub that consists of a Domestic Abuse Specialist Worker, Child Exploitation Worker, Parental Substance Misuse worker, No Recourse to Public Funds Worker and Family Group Conference practitioners.
  • You will be working collaboratively with your colleagues across the service and the partnership to deliver a high-quality and responsive social work service in Referral and Assessment (RAS).
  • Our Front door is dynamic, has excellent partnership relationships that we continue to build upon as well as building our links with community-based resources. We work closely with our excellent Early Help Service and a range of Targeted Services in the borough

About You:

For success in this role, you must have the following:

  • A social work qualification and current registration with Social Work England
  • Experience of practice teaching, mentoring and supervising others
  • Advanced experienced of applying in practice, the principles of care legislation relating to child protection, looked after children and the provision of services to children in need.
  • In-depth knowledge of relevant policy, legislation, guidance and best practice in safeguarding children, and a high level of competence and confidence in legal proceedings in the family courts, preparing evidence statements/care plans and giving evidence.

If you meet the above criteria and are looking for a new challenge, and the opportunity to become an integral part of this service, please apply today and our consultant will give you a call with more information.

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