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Practice Manager P04
  • Employer: London Borough Of Waltham Forest
  • Reference: Fam/20/139984
  • Published: Thu 17/12/2020, 10:05 AM
  • Closing on: Fri 15/01/2021, 23:55 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 36 hours per week
  • Salary: £40,869 - £43,860
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Waltham Forest

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Practice Manager P04

Practice Manager

2 PM posts General Adults Team

1 PM post in MH Team

PM Salary PO4  £40,869 -£43,860

It’s an exciting time to join the London Borough of Waltham Forest as a Practice Manager  

We are transforming our services to provide high quality person-centred care and support that needs forward thinking Practice Managers. We’ll look to you to help us deliver great outcomes for adult social care users, carers, families and the wider community, through dynamic care management and excellent social work practice. 

Reporting to the Team Manager you will be responsible for the supervision and daily operational management of the team. This includes being involved in the full legal range of social care assessments, court work and ensuring our practice remains person centred and care act compliant.  

You’ll be responsible for ensuring the delivery of high-quality and legally compliant social care practice to agreed standards. This will maximise the independence and wellbeing of adults, older people and those with Mental Health Challenges. You will also support carers, families and communities to play an active role and build resilience. 

You’ll work as part of a wider team within the Specialist Social Work Service in either the Adult Care Management Team or the Mental Health Service. The mental health PM post is covered within a s75 partnership with our Trust partners – North East London Trust. You will be required to be proficient in using MOSAIC (and RIO in MH) You will receive training to discharge your duties in terms of the Care Act and the Care Programme Approach (CPA).    

You’ll have regular supervision and access to the social work forum as well the choice to pursue AMHP training.