We are looking to recruit two Social Workers for Halton Borough Council's Complex Care Team in Runcorn. One full time at 37 hours and one part time at 18.5 hours.
The Complex Care Runcorn Team is an adult social work team, responsible for the Long Term delivery of person centred support and an asset based care planning for Adults over the age of 18 years.
Halton Borough Council’s expectations are high and you will need a strong commitment to providing first class person centred care to Halton residents over 18 and support to their carers. You will be passionate about working with a range of service user groups (older people, adults with learning disabilities and adults with physical and sensory difficulties, challenging discrimination whilst promoting independence.
You will have a recognised professional qualification Social Work Degree/Dip SW or equivalent, good interpersonal and communication skills a flexible approach and a willingness to continually improve your practice; in addition, you must hold a full driving licence.
You will receive a car user allowance and a flexible working week. You will receive up to 33 days annual leave per annum and a commitment to your on-going professional development. You must also have the ability to remote/agile work.
Applicants should note that the successful candidate will be asked to:
- Provide proof that they have successfully registered with Social Work England
- Apply for an Enhanced Criminal Records Disclosure.
**Please stipulate on your application which post(s) you wish to be considered for**
For an informal discussion please contact: Debbie O'Connor, Principal Manager Complex Care Runcorn on 0151 511 8607.
Interviews will be held on 30th September 2020
Please note interviews will be held in accordance with current Government social distancing measures and carried out via Skype video conferencing, no face to face interviews will take place.
How to apply
Please apply online via the link provided. Please note, we do not accept CVs. Please fully complete the on-line application form.