Lincolnshire County Council Sleaford NG34, UK
As an Advanced Practitioner in the Children with disabilities you will identify, assess, plan, implement and review the care needs of our most complex children with severe and profound disabilities and families. You'll provide a safe, child-focused service using the Signs of Safety framework and make sure we achieve an outstanding standard of health and personal development for each and every child in your care. The Children with Disabilities tea is a county wide team operating across Lincolnshire. The work base for this post holder is based in Sleaford. Provide a safe, child-focused service for each and every child in your care Here at Lincolnshire County Council, we believe that children, young people and families deserve outstanding social care. Our high aspirations mean we're now at the forefront of innovation and while we've made great strides, we want to achieve more. Much more. That's why we're part of an exciting project with Eileen Munro, using the Signs of Safety framework across all service areas. We're also involved in the Partners in Practice Programme - an exciting partnership where we work with other best performing local authorities to redefine what children's services departments look like, with the only design principle being what works for children. Bring your ideas and innovation to the table and you'll transform the lives of children by delivering tangible results, not only here in Lincolnshire, but across the UK. Everything we're doing has created a supportive and vibrant working environment in which we genuinely want you to progress and feel confident in your role. What you'll be doing As an Advanced Practitioner you will identify, assess, plan, implement and review the care needs of our most complex children and families. You'll provide a safe, child-focused service using the Signs of Safety framework and make sure we achieve an outstanding standard of health and personal development for each and every child in your care. When it comes to the team, we'd also like you to develop the leaders of the future. You'll manage, mentor and develop the social workers in your team, helping them to improve their practice and give them increasing responsibility for their own caseloads. About you Significant social work experience and an in-depth knowledge of relevant legislation. A firm belief in the importance of social work values and practice. An innovative and inspirational leader who provides a high level of support at all times. An excellent communicator who builds strong working relationships with colleagues, families and external agencies. First-class time management and organisational skills. Above all, someone who wants to achieve the best possible result for each and every child. In return, we're committed to supporting your continuous professional development and career progression. Apply To apply for this role online please click the 'apply' button. We understand that you may have questions, or simply want to speak to one of the team to find out more about working here. That's why we have a dedicated in-house advisor on hand to talk to you, or support you with your application. Simply contact Nikita Lord on and she'll be in touch as soon as possible.