Senior Practitioner/Social Worker - Salisbury - Community team for people with Learning Difficulties
We are looking for an experienced social worker/practitioner to join our CTPLD team in Salisbury.
Wiltshire Council is committed to building stronger communities and providing quality services to all customers. We are currently going through a transformation programme and the vision is to support independent lives through greater personalisation of care and safeguarding services.
About the role
As a senior practitioner you will manage a small caseload of complex work, using person centred practice principles to assess, support plan and review.
Pro-actively participating in the leadership team you will be part of a supportive, evolving, and multi-disciplinary team, developing a service that puts the customer at the centre of everything we do.
We offer a great environment in which to work with clear career progression, an emphasis on promoting team members health and wellbeing and opportunities for flexible working.
You will have 3 years post qualification experience in a social care setting and have extensive professional development since qualifying and be qualified to a DipSW level or equivalent
You will be registered as a social worker with Social Work England.
In return for your passion and commit we will offer you:
Working patterns to fit your life and commitments, including flexible working options from across Wiltshire including working from home
Provide free parking in the locality of most of our hubs and use of a pool car scheme
Provide you with a laptop and mobile phone, so you can work flexibly from any location across the county enabling you to be more effective and flexible in your practice
25 days holiday plus bank holidays, rising to 30 after five years’ service, as well as the option to purchase an additional 10 days
An attractive rewards package with an excellent range of discounted products and services with national and local retailers via our Wiltshire Rewards scheme
Established and supportive teams who will provide monthly reflective supervision and management feedback in a culture of learning and development
The opportunity to work for a forward-thinking council with a strong focus on staff engagement
Employee wellbeing services and family friendly policies to support work life balance
A variety of progression opportunities; including CMI accredited leadership programs and career paths into management
This role will close on 1 December 2020.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults, as an employee you will be expected to share this commitment.