We are hiring a Registered Social Worker
We are currently have a diverse and rewarding vacancy in our Community Advice and Support Team (CAST) for a ‘Registered Social Worker’.
This post will be based between the main office of the CAST Team at Heathlands Village Prestwich and a base in South Manchester at Belong Maurice Fineman in Didsbury.
The successful applicant will be involved in the development of The Feds social work services to the Jewish Community of South Manchester, in partnership with The Fed Volunteer Coordinator for South Manchester .
This person will undertake Community Health and Social Care Assessments (Care Act) for the Jewish community, supporting people with a diverse range of needs who seek our support, assessing their situation and giving advice regarding services, funding, legislation, independence aids, benefits or who need support in planning their care in later life.
As our South Manchester social worker you will work with care groups attached to local synagogues and local Jewish Care Providers ensuring their members can access a professional social work service for those experiencing social welfare issues.
The role also involves working directly with people and their carers in a range of establishments, including their own homes; offering individual practical and emotional guidance and support.
The right person for this position:
Is a Registered Social Worker
is passionate about improving people’s lives
is a brilliant communicator
has great assessment skills
is highly motivated
is warm and approachable
has previous experience of working successfully with people
Car owner/driver essential.
Similar social work experience is essential. To request for a HR Pack please contact:
General enquiries could go to: email@example.com
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