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We are recruiting for a Support Worker for Seeley’s Day Services experience in social care would be desirable; however, we offer a fantastic training programme for those who can demonstrate the essential skills, values and qualities below:
- Energetic, positive and motivated
- Caring, empathetic and respectful
- Responsible and trustworthy
- Honest and acts with others best interests at heart
- Able to build effective relationships and communicate to a high standard
We have 2 full time, permanent positions available.
We are looking for an ASYE Lead Officer to provide a needs-led, professional social work service to Adults and their families, complying with legislative requirements and in accordance with established best practice.You will develop practice, policies and procedures that will underpin the development and delivery of the ASYE programme and post qualification support whilst providing advice and support to managers, supervisors and practice educators ensuring a robust culture of learning and development.You'll work closely with colleagues to design and deliver training and workshop sessions as needed for staff within their first 24 months of practice to ensure they are consolidating practice and to prepare for assessments of practice.
We are looking for 4 x Quality Assurance & Practice Development Leads. Three will have particular responsibility to improve the effectiveness and quality of social work practice and service delivery, the fourth will have a responsibility for improving the effectiveness and quality of our Occupational Therapy team. 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.
We are looking for a Strategic Lead for Workforce Development & Learning who will ensure the business unit had an appropriate, well-motivated, highly-skilled and high performing workforce. We want you to lead the transformation of our workforce to deliver the service units objectives and develop a culture of clinical, professional and managerial expertise with sensitivity to individual needs, in line with the Councils visions and values. You will be responsible for oversight of all aspects of the service unit's education and training activities, including leadership development, other staff development programmes and essential training of staff.
“Alone we can do so little: together we can do so much” Do you want to make a difference and work with a team that think the same? If so Buckinghamshire CC Adults Learning Disabilities team needs you…..
We aim to support adults with a learning disability to live a fulfilling and independent life within their community.
We focus on person centred practice to enable people to stay safe; make choices about how they live their lives; and help them get the care and support they need.
We work in partnership with users and families, providers and health colleagues, often for many years.
A Safeguarding Adults Practitioner is required to provide coordination and take a lead role in safeguarding adults in the multi agency safeguarding hub (MASH).
The mash is a dynamic multi agency environment which the safeguarding adults team sits within. Based at the police station alongside police/ children’s safeguarding/ education and substance misuse professionals. The safeguarding adults team will consider concerns from the community and professionals and aim to support vulnerable individuals by undertaking s.42 safeguarding enquiries in order to prevent/ reduce/ remove risk of harm. The team work together as a supportive network and no decision is made in isolation, there is a wealth or knowledgeable professionals to provide guidance and assistance.
The Safeguarding adults team will coordinate enquiries through collaboration with other professionals and organisations. The service user remains at the heart of our work, using a strengths based approach and following the principles of safeguarding.
We are looking for a Business Modernisation & Innovation Coordinator to support the delivery of CHASC projects. This role enables the smooth running of projects by supporting the team through the operation of project management processes, and the co-ordination of business management actions and activities on their behalf.
We are looking for a Community Engagement & User Experience Officer to support the delivery of our Statutory Duty to provide Information, Advice & Guidance to adults, families, carers including the development and maintenance of Digital Media (Website and Social media Platforms).We want you to promote a culture of co-production whereby user engagement and feedback is central to the design of service delivery.
The Learning & Development Coordinator post is crucial to the delivery of quality learning opportunities within CHASC for staff at all levels. The post holder will support the strategic lead and senior workforce career and development officer to develop and deliver training in all areas relevant to service provision. This role is to provide administrative and organisational support for the L&D team to ensure timely, efficient and engaging delivery of all training / development programmes and activities.
We are recruiting for excellent, motivated, professional Learning & Development Trainers to design and deliver training programmes across Buckinghamshire.On 01 November 2018, it was announced by the government that the five councils in Buckinghamshire will become a single unitary authority in April 2020. Any changes made to the structure of local authorities in the county may affect council employees in the future. Therefore, the five councils have agreed to restrict applications to this position to current employees of the five councils for a period of 14 days days from 7th June to 21st June. External candidates are welcome to submit their application at any point; however, if a current employee applies during this 14 day period, their application will be assessed prior to the council considering applications from external candidates.