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Social Worker - Community Wellbeing Service Lv (Social and Healthcare Qualified)


mbi Medical Ltd


Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom

United Kingdom

Healthcare & Medical




Not specified

Permanent | Full Time

  • Demonstrate confident and critical application of professional ethics to decision-making, using a legal and human rights framework, and support others to do so.
  • Model the social work role, promote social work and decision-making within and outside the organisation
  • Use critical reflective skills in practice and supervision settings to enhance your own practice.
  • Promote positive approaches to diversity and identity in your area of responsibility, providing guidance and challenge as required. 
  • Model and contribute to the development of best practice in use of power and authority within your sphere of influence.
  • Provide challenge in situations where power is used inappropriately.
  • Model best practice, provide or seek out expert professional social work/legal advice, applying human and civil rights in complex situations where there are competing issues. Contribute to policy and practice developments to support service improvement.
  • Model and demonstrate professionalism, ensure professional social work standards are maintained throughout your area of responsibility
  • Contribute to a work environment which promotes health, safety and wellbeing of self and others.
  • Establish a network of internal and external colleagues from whom to seek advice and support
  • Be able to meet the requirements of the professional regulator
  • Utilise the full range of council processes, policies and procedures that relate to the effective, safe and accountable operation of the business 
  • Maintain awareness of own professional limitations, knowledge gaps and conflicts of interest, actively seeking to address issues for self and others; escalate issues and concerns to the relevant manager where action is required beyond the remit/level of the Social Worker role

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