Band 6 Mental Health Social Worker Glous
Band 6 Mental Health Social Worker, Gloucestershire - £34 ph.
The post holder will be based within a multi-disciplinary team and will work as part of a Social Care Service
Within the Recovery Team, social workers are commissioned to focus specifically upon the needs of adults of working age with mental health problems who have appearance of care and support needs.
The post holder will:
work as a Care Co-ordinator or Lead Professional (where applicable) with individuals who have social care needs and serious and enduring mental health difficulties.
develop and provide evidence based interventions for individuals of working age with mental health problems who are receiving treatment from the Recovery Team.
ensure a clear focus on recovery and social inclusion.
support and supervise both registered and non-registered staff in delivering care.
The role will entail assessment, support planning and review of social care packages in robust and timely manner, in accordance with The Care Act 2014 requirements.
The hourly rate is £34 ph.
Candidates must be a qualified Social Worker with an active registration.
This a popular role with lots of interest, so please apply as soon as possible.
If you are interested in applying please contact Oliver Parkinson on (phone number removed) or send your CV to (url removed)
Please also bear in mind our £250 referral fee bonus for any qualified professional you refer who we place in to work on a 3 month contract.
We also offer a £250 sign up bonus for any new social workers that register with our agency. This will be paid in your first pay packet.
The Benefits of working with Service Care Solutions:
- DBS disclosures provided via fast track online services free of charge
- 3 weekly payroll runs
- £250 training allowance
- Excellent pay rates
- Specialist consultants offering single point of contact
- Frequent notifications of upcoming opportunities via text and email
- Ltd and PAYE payment options available
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