These are exciting times as we design an integrated approach that is seamless and mapped around people. If you are looking for a new challenge, are motivated, person-focussed and passionate about shaping the future of health and social care services, Oldham Cares is the organisation for you.
We are looking for a number of passionate, enthusiastic and experienced social workers working across adults’ services. This could either be in one of our cluster teams (of which there are 5), our Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) or the Integrated Discharge Team at the Royal Oldham Hospital/ Fairfield General Hospital.
You will be qualified to degree level, have an appropriate post qualifying award such as consolidation module, practice educator stage 1 and/or 2, Best interest Assessor or equivalent with significant experience and be HCPC registered.
Your main duties will be to provide an assessment, support planning and review service, underpinned by professional knowledge and legislation in order to ensure that:
These are times of unprecedented and exciting changes in Oldham and as such we require people who are resilient, thrive under pressure and are driven to deliver the best outcomes for residents of Oldham.
In return you will receive a competitive salary, access to staff benefits and discounts (with lots of local and national companies) and comprehensive development opportunities. You will receive high levels of support through professional supervision.
For further information about our service, please see:
In addition, if you would like an informal discussion about the role, please do not hesitate to contact Sue Massel, Principal Social Worker on 0161 770 1737 or 07966311511.
For more information about the Oldham Council, please visit:
For details of how we use your data please see our privacy notice: https://www.oldham.gov.uk/downloads/file/4967/employment_privacy_notice_-_oldham_council_10
Please note that should a vacancy that has been released for internal or external recruitment be deemed suitable for an at risk employee, it can be pulled back at any point up to the post being formally offered to an external candidate or an internal candidate that is not at risk of redundancy.
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