About the role
Our job profiles will tell you what you’ll be doing, but more important to us, is how you’ll do it. We also want people who will thrive in the culture of our organisation.
Aspects of the role, we can train and guide you on, but what we are really looking for is someone with the right values and behaviours who can join our journey on improving the lives of vulnerable people in Surrey.
This team was created in December 2018, and what a journey we have been on. There have been challenges but ultimately we are starting to deliver better services.
The team forms part of the Council’s whole life approach to ensure that people of any age with learning disabilities and autism can live healthy, safe, independent and fulfilling lives. We are working with our partners to develop an integrated service and improved journey for residents. We want to ensure services join together and smooth out some of the issues service users and their carers experience at different stages in their lives.
The team will work with our partners who lead advocacy services for disabled people, family carers and faith groups together with the Partnership Board. Their help is essential to ensure we explore the full range of expertise and resources in our communities. Gradually we will introduce an aligned All Age approach to helping children, young people and adults with a disability in Surrey.
The work of the team will be organised around 4 themes:
- Building community capacity and access to universal services
- Shaping independence and day opportunities
- Transforming accommodation and support
- Delivering the ‘Own front door’ programme
Each of these themes are interdependent, as is every member of the team.
We absolutely want to increase the number of people living independently in their own homes; with everyday access to employment and/or other worthwhile pastimes.
Although the team is now a year old, plenty of opportunities lay ahead, but we are excited by this as we have a real chance to make a genuine difference.
In order for us to achieve the required outcomes, the team are expanding. We are currently looking to recruit to the following roles.
We are looking for
- Social Workers - £35,382 to £39,246
- Senior Social Workers - £40,227 to £44,619
The team is based across two locations – Leatherhead and Guildford.
In addition to these roles, we are also recruiting to our community and hospital based teams across Surrey.
Applying – LETS MAKE IT EASY!
We recognise that the application process can be time consuming, so we offer a unique call back option. If you would like this please just email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information and we will contact you to discuss our opportunities further. If you wish you can also send us your CV but you don’t have to at this stage!
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Please note due to the Coronavirus and current health situation, if you are shortlisted for interview you may be offered to interview virtually via one of the following options: Skype, Microsoft Teams, WhatsApp Video Calls or standard video calls on mobiles as an alternative to a face to face interview. Phone calls are an option, however will offer limited ability for us to engage with candidates in the same way face to face allows. SCC will communicate with candidates in advance to confirm the most suitable interview method.
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