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Reablement Practitioner 67222 SSLE

Great Yarmouth

Part Time

Norfolk County Council

Closing Date: 21/06/21

£12,491 to £13,520.5 per annum

18.5 hours per week

Expectation of working pattern: To be discussed with successful candidate. Hours would be 9am to 5pm. Occasional weekend and bank holiday working where required.

Permanent contract

 

‘Care for others. Make a difference’

 

As a Reablement Practitioner you will undertake assessments to establish reablement goals, determine levels of functional independence, and reach desired outcomes with service users.  You will also line manage a team of Reablement Support Workers who work directly with people to assess and support service users during their period of reablement.

 

The successful candidate will be expected to be flexible in their approach to work as the role will include supporting a variety of roles within the team to ensure a robust service can be maintained.

 

Norfolk First Support delivers services to adults in Norfolk in their own homes for up to 6 weeks, assisting them to regain skills they may have lost following an illness or hospital admission. The aim is to enable them to regain their independence as much as possible while also reviewing their ongoing care needs.

 

Norfolk First Support is part of the wider Norfolk First Response Service which consists of Swift Response, which supports people with unplanned care needs, Supported Care and Accomodation-Based Reablement units.

 

Benefits of working for Norfolk First Response: Competitive annual leave per year, competitive pension scheme, guaranteed salaried hours, regular working pattern, paid mileage, paid induction, telephone provided and Norfolk Rewards Scheme.

 

For more information on working for NFR please click on the link below: https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/jobs-training-and-volunteering/work-at-norfolk-county-council/vacancies/norfolk-first-response-jobs

 

If you would like to discuss the role in further detail please contact: Jo Cunliffe, Service Manager – joanne.cunliffe@norfolk.gov.uk

 

All our office-based roles are currently working from home as part of our Smarter Working plans and to support the health and safety of all our colleagues. We anticipate that working remotely will be a key feature of this role and when offices re-open your office base will be Northgate Hospital, Great Yarmouth.  Our technology platform and equipment are first class, enabling you to connect and collaborate remotely. We ask that you have in place good Broadband connectivity.