Our All Age Disability (0-25) and Learning Disability (25+) service are looking for enthusiastic and driven individuals to work as Assistant Practitioners within the team.
Having some knowledge and experience of working with disability is essential to be successful in your application. As an Assistant Practitioner you will be assigned cases on a rolling basis to review clients to ensure outcome focused goals are being achieved in order to increase or maintain a client’s independence and wellbeing.
This may involve supporting clients with tasks within their home. The post holder will need to be able to communicate effectively and sensitively with people and carers, regardless of their spoken language or communication status.
They will need to be able to write reports, case records and correspondence in line with departmental guidelines and policy and to undertake all administrative duties relating to the social care function.
The post holder should also have an understanding of safeguarding and have experience of identifying risk and undertaking risk assessments where safeguarding concerns are evidenced or suspected.
If you are interested in this post and think that you would be suitable for the role then please read the job description and vacancy information attached before applying.
Please note that that if your application is shortlisted for this role, you will first be invited to undertake assessments before successful candidates then being invited for an interview.