Salary for social services manager

Average salary


5900 £

Basic salary 5400 £
Maximum Wage 6400 £
5400 £
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5900 £
Average
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social services manager - How much money do you make working at this position?

The average salary for the social services manager position is 5900 £

Companies with the highest earnings in position Social services manager


DAY WEBSTER 6400 £
SANCTUARY PERSONNEL 5440 £

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DAY WEBSTER 6400 £
5400 £ 6400 £
SANCTUARY PERSONNEL 5440 £
5400 £ 6400 £

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Requirements


  • experience of managing a team, providing supervision and guidance
  • experience of assigning off assessments, including Care Act assessments, support plans and mental Capacity assessments
  • experience of chairing meetings
  • A good understanding of the current issues and themes related to social work with vulnerable adults
  • experience of working constructively in a multi-agency environment in order to provide Adults’ Services
  • must have a degree in social work/ qualification equivalent
  • must have Social Work experience
  • at least 1 year experience within a similar role
  • social Work England Registration
  • an accurate understanding of the role, function and accountabilities of a local authority duties defined in the Care Act and associated legislation Knowledge of the policy and legislative framework governing adult social care especially mental capacity assessments and deprivation of liberty best interest decisions as well as risk management and safeguarding
  • experience of leading a team
  • degree or equivalent in Occupational Therapy
  • recent experience working as an Occupational Therapist
  • recent NHS experience
  • registered with the HCPC

Responsibility


  • 13. To respond to complaints, learning lessons and embedding these in practice
  • 12. To participate in the recruitment and induction of staff

Current offers for the position


DAY WEBSTER
Team Manager Social Work - Adults Services

This is a leadership role of a team of social workers and case coordinators working closely with internal colleagues and partner agencies to meet the needs of people in the community. This following skills are required: • Experience of managing a team...

Truro

DAY WEBSTER
Service Manager Social Work - Childrens Services

Acting as the lead for the full range of professional functions, Service Managers work with Heads of Service to lead and manage a multi-disciplinary workforce that delivers children’s social care services including statutory social work and specialist...

Camborne

SANCTUARY PERSONNEL
Occupational Therapist - Team Manager - Social Services

Salary: £34.78 - 34.78 per hour Reference: 183327 Sanctuary Personnel, a dedicated and award-winning recruitment agency with a TrustPilot score of 4.9/5 and nearly 300 reviews is currently looking for an experienced and dedicated Band Occupational Therapist to take on a new locum role. Location: Hackney Contract Type: Locum, Ongoing, Full-time Pay Rate: £34.78 per hour (assignment rate) Benefits of working with us: Fully online and paperless registration service Free DBS and compliance service including paid for mandatory e-learning and practical training modules (if applicable) Exclusive access to roles that aren’t available with other agencies; NHSBT, The Home Office and Vaccination Centres (private and public) are just some of the projects we’ve recently recruited to. £250 refer a friend bonus once referral has worked 100 hours (uncapped – T&Cs apply) Registration body costs covered based on length of service (T&Cs apply) Find your own job bonus - Receive £250 for bringing your own position to us Clinical governance and revalidation support from an in-house qualified health professional with over 15 years experience Your own dedicated consultant with extensive experience within the healthcare sector Daily payroll and in-house payroll system Duties of the Occupational Therapist Team Manager: To lead and manage a team of practitioners, principally but not exclusively Occupational Therapists, and line-manage and supervise senior practitioners and other practitioners within your given service area. To ensure that all staff provide a person-centred and strengths-based service to all service users and their carers/families. To ensure compliance with Safeguarding Adults according to all relevant local and national policy and legislation. To manage the performance of the team concerning Health and Socia

Hackney