We recruit to a diverse range of services that work with service users and carers with different needs to support them in hospital, in the community, and in residential settings.
We pride ourselves on our integrated services and many of our teams are multi-disciplinary, providing an opportunity to work with service users and their families in a joined-up way.
In Hackney, we want to support the people who use our services and their carers to lead independent and healthy lives, and we want to take a strengths-based approach to practice, focusing on how we can work with our residents to enable and empower them to live the life they want to lead.
We have an exciting programme of transformation ahead in adult services and you will have the opportunity to work with us, and the people who use our services, to collaborate and shape the services of the future.
We’re looking for people who want to make a difference for the residents they work alongside, the community they serve but also for themselves and their careers.
As part of this we are recruiting to a number of consultant social worker posts in Hackney, to act as advanced practitioners, based in teams to offer expert social work advice, co-working and mentoring around complex casework, so that caseloads are shared in a unit type approach.
About the role
As a Consultant Social Worker in Hackney, you will be an advanced practitioner, acting as a mentor and co worker alongside your team, offering a wealth of experience and expertise.
You too will get the opportunity to develop your career through our new and innovative Adult Services Practice Academy which has different faculties of learning and development offers for you, set up to support and guide you through your career journey in adult services.
You will take the lead on one of the learning faculties and help shape our workforce development offer.
Our academy approach aims to support you to develop your career by giving you the opportunity to gain a wide range of skills and experience, underpinned by a strong focus on learning and practice development.
In our Integrated Learning Disabilities Service (ILDS), we have 4 specialist pathways:
- preparing for adulthood
- intensive support
- referral and reviews
- ongoing support
In our hospital and community teams we offer exciting opportunities to work within rapid response, early intervention and prevention, as well as long term support.
We see safeguarding adults at risk as everybody’s business and seek to always make safeguarding personal.
Hackney is currently working closely with health colleagues around a number of exciting integrated care and support initiatives in community and hospital settings, so being part of the multi-disciplinary team is very important to us here
Whether you are an experienced social worker, senior practitioner or team manager or someone with lots of past practice experience, who is keen to return to social work – come and work with us and find your best self in Hackney.