About the role
bringing a social care perspective to the work of the CAMHS Community Teams.
Supporting and protecting children and young people with mental health difficulties and their families will be at the heart of all you do by providing a range of interventions including :
You will also attend statutory meetings in relation to cases where your involvement would be beneficial.
You will use your excellent communication and engagement skills to ensure that the CAMHS Social Work service operates in a safe and efficient way, as part of the whole system of partnership and multi-agency working.
Your commitment to partnership working will enable you to establish and promote key relationships.
This role is co-located across Children's Services and CAMHS Community Teams; delivering direct work to children and young people and their families.
You will play a crucial role in the maintaining effective communication between local area children's social care teams and CAMHS, using both CAMHS System One and Children's Services LCS
You will contribute to the development of reflective and systemic thinking within Children's Services, offering a mentoring role around the identification and appropriate treatment pathways for children experiencing emotional and mental health difficulties.
To be shortlisted for interview for this role, your application will clearly evidence the following :
This is an exciting new role putting you at the heart of the mobilisation of Surrey's new model. If this sounds like something you want to be a part of, we look forward to receiving your application.
For more information, please refer to the role profile attached at the bottom of this advert.