Adult Social Care - Strategic management

Integrated Social Care Manager 

As an Integrated Social Care Manager you will be responsible for managing a locality, hospital or learning disabilities team. The post holder will also carry out supervision and workload management, as well as providing professional leadership. This involves direct management of senior practitioners, social care professionals and administrators, whilst ensuring good quality practice and monitoring the allocation of the social care workload. The Integrated Social Care Manager, will make key decisions in management of cases and deployment of resources, in particular the locality external care budget. 

See the full requirements for Integrated Social Care Managers here .

Kelly-Ann Page - Integrated Social Care Manager (Gloucester)

“As an Integrated Social Care manager, I manage a team of Social care practitioners and an Administration team to fulfill our statutory and legal requirements set out in the Care Act 2014. My role entails supporting staff to ensure that they practice in an evidenced and strengths based manner in order to explore options to help those in the community live as independently as possible.  Staff development and job satisfaction is important to me and my job is ensuring that my team have the tools to fulfill their job requirements. Furthermore, I work hard to build positive links with our locality, with universal services and partner organisations in order to maximise our productivity.

I particularly enjoy working for Gloucestershire County Council; I fell well supported by senior Management, my peers and my team. Over the past ten years of employment with the council I have been given opportunities to progress my career and enhance my knowledge base. I would highly recommend a job within Adult Social Care in Gloucestershire. “

 

Principal Social Worker (PSW)

As a Principal Social Worker you take a professional lead across the organisation by ensuring that work is undertaken to achieve the council’s strategic and service outcomes for adults supported through social care services. The principal social worker will be responsible for supporting and advising on the quality of practice, providing challenge, support and training to practitioners and other senior management. You can find out more about what the role of a PSW does, by clicking here.

See the full requirements for Principal Social Workers here .

 

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