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Reablement Workers aim to improve the quality of life for people in the local community. They empower residents and support them to feel equipped to manage their own needs in their own homes. This is a very rewarding role, making a real difference to peoples' lives.
“It’s such a great feeling when you see someone start to get their confidence back and they can do all the things they used to do.
We have an exciting opportunity for people interested in exploring Reablement Worker careers with us here at Buckinghamshire County Council to Try Before You Apply.
Due to the success or our first day, we will be hosting a Try Before You Apply day on Monday 20h January at Aylesbury Opportunities Centre, offering a fantastic opportunity for candidates to come in and get to know our Reablement team, services and what life is like at Buckinghamshire County Council.
The day will consist of talks from our Reablement service, some of our Reablement workers and a talk about the benefits & rewards of working for Buckinghamshire County Council.
If you decide that you’d like to proceed with an application after meeting the team and asking any questions you have, then there is an opportunity to be interviewed on the day.
If you are interested in attending the Try Before You Apply session, please contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you cannot attend but are interested in Reablement roles at Bucks CC, then please submit an application and we will be in touch.
We are currently recruiting a Commissioning Manager within our Integrated Commissioning Service. This fast paced role provides an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to support service integration and transformation and make a real difference to the lives of Buckinghamshire residents.
We are looking for 3 x Social Work Practise Leads. You will have particular responsibility to improve the effectiveness and quality of social work practice and service delivery. We want you to act as a ‘challenge’ and ‘change agent’ to the system, in the role of ‘critical friend’ providing quality assurance on social work/Occupational Therapy and case holding practice via a range of activities including direct observation and practice audits.
This is an exciting time to join us, with these opportunities offering the successful candidates the chance to contribute significantly to positive changes in both practice and culture by influencing and supporting colleagues at all levels.
We are looking for an inspiring and talented teacher, committed to the highest standards of achievement for all.
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 17th January 2020
Hours of Work - 35 hrs per week , 52 weeks per year
Salary - GBP 23,022 - GBP 30,938
Location - Wycombe Campus