NRPF Social Worker
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a self-motivated and committed social worker who is passionate about delivering excellent services to residents. Based in Southwark Council’s Community Support Unit, the NRPF Social Worker will assess the social care needs of adults and families with no recourse to public funds.
You will be responsible for assessing potential service users’ support needs and signposting those who are not eligible for support to other organisations for assistance.
The ideal candidate will be required to provide accurate information and advice to a wide audience of people including service users, internal and external stakeholders, immigration services and medical and legal professionals.
In carrying out your duties you will apply your knowledge of immigration, human rights and social care legislation to the work of the team and the assessments and reviews that you undertake.
Do you think you have what it takes? Click on the Vacancy Information document for further details about this role. Please remember to give examples of how you meet the required criteria in your supporting statement.
Closing date: 14 October 2018
Interview date: 31 October 2018
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