Duties and responsibilities • Casework and Counselling o To readily identify and assess risks inherent in highly complex cases by integrating a range of information. o To readily use professional tools and working templates to guide staff in case assessment and case planning o To represent the centre in its advocacy efforts for vulnerable families, with the aim of advocating for these families to have access to equal opportunities through collaborative practice with community partners • Groupwork and/or Community Work o To lead in the conduct of client/community assessments, adapt group/community work processes and specialized intervention strategies o To integrate best practices into group/community work • Supervisory Duties o To monitor supervisees’ compliance to professional processes (such as the use of tools and templates, adherence to practice policies) o To assess supervisees’ capabilities, identify professional growth areas and build training interventions to meet the growth areas. o As the identified Practice Lead of the Centre, to induct new hires in the centre through individual supervision during their probation period • Operational Managerial Skills (Operational Processes, Policies and Protocols) o To support the Lead Social Workers / Lead Social Service Professionals in the implementation of centre’s operational and practice protocols, processes and policies
Qualifications • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Post Graduate Diploma in Social Work from an accredited institution / Degree in Counselling, Psychology, Social Work from an accredited institution At least 8 years relevant experience in social work practice.
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