Kensington and Chelsea, London
£23.00 - £23.30 per hour + Umbrella
8 months ago
OneTrue are recruiting for a committed Early Help Practitioner to work full time within the Early Help Service based in Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The ideal applicant will have previous experience working in the same or a similar service, be very dedicated, personable and willing to contribute positively to the team and service to ensure the best and most appropriate outcomes are delivered. Applicants must have previous experience working with UK statutory services and hold valid HCPC registration.
The pay rate for this Early Help Practitioner role is £23.00 + £0.30 AWR (Umbrella Company) per hour and is an ongoing contract.
Choose OneTrue for the market leading locum package
* Free DBS and compliance service
* Access to roles first increasing chances of selection for interview
* Discounted FCSA Umbrella company rates (£10 per timesheet) available
* Access to a wide selection of social work positions across the UK
* "Placement Continuity Bonus" of £250 per 500 hours worked
* "Referral Bonus" £250 for each referral you make that achieves 100 hours in placement through OneTrue
Requirements of the Early Help Practitioner
* Degree or equivalent in social work
* Current HCPC registration
* Experience of working with school age children and young people
* IT literate.
Specific Role Information
Would you like to join an Ofsted rated 'outstanding' Early Help Service? In the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea we are looking to recruit an Early Help Practitioners on a temporary contract. The purpose of the role will be to support families to build capacity, resilience and independence so that they are able to have the best start or are able to overcome issues before they become so serious that specialist or statutory services are needed.
We are looking for applicants who have experience of providing family support to a caseload of families, utilising a strength based 'whole family' approach. The post holder will also work within an Integrated Team Hub Model, closely with schools and other partner agencies to identify children and families in need of support at the earliest opportunity and may from time to time provide group-based activities to address emerging needs. As the Early Help service holds a statutory remit around attendance, the post holder may also be required to provide evidence for court proceedings.
Please note that the post does not require you to have HCPC registration.
The Early Help Practitioner vacancy is managed by Mark Tuvey; if you are interested in applying for this position, please click below to apply now.
Due to the high volume of applications we receive, regretfully we are only able to respond to candidates who meet our clients' requirements.