Social Worker - Mental Health

  • Job Reference: AP3
  • Date Posted: 14 November 2023
  • Recruiter: The Social Recruitment Company
  • Location: Barnet, London
  • Salary: £28.00 Per Hour
  • Sector: Social Worker
  • Job Type: Contract, Temporary
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Samuel Noakes
  • Email:

Job Description

Are you dedicated to making a positive impact on individuals' lives? As part of a dynamic team, you'll contribute to the well-being of adults facing mental health challenges and their caregivers, promoting empowerment and recovery.

Our client in Barnet is looking for a Social Worker - Mental Health. Reporting to the Team Leader/ Lead Practitioner for Adults and Communities this role entails delivering high-quality social work services in compliance with relevant legislation, divisional policies, and the Code of Practice for Social Care Workers.

Collaborating within a multidisciplinary setting to offer professional support to adults with mental health concerns and their caregivers, emphasising empowerment, recovery, and alignment with the Department of Health's Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework and the College of Social Work's mental health guidelines.

Make a real difference in the lives of individuals facing mental health issues. If you're committed to upholding professional standards and contributing to the well-being of others. Apply now to be part of a team dedicated to delivering high-quality social work services.


Role-specific responsibilities:

  • Conduct individual assessments and plan personalised support packages.
  • Conduct risk assessments and Mental Capacity Act assessments.
  • Manage allocated caseload and engage in group work.
  • Collaborate with local services and maintain relationships with other agencies.
  • Support dual diagnosis cases and involve service users in assessments.
  • Manage budgets and procure support plans.
  • Chair and participate in reviews and meetings.
  • Monitor and review support plans regularly.
  • Maintain accurate records and promote safeguarding.
  • Provide professional support, training, and uphold corporate values, including equality and diversity.


Apply online or email

If you have any questions, please call 01727 228846 and speak to our team.