Trusted Assessor (447732)
Other

447732

Department of Health & Wellbeing

Adult and Community Services

Operational Services

 

Trusted Assessor

Band SO1/2:  £28,226 - £32,798 pa

4 x 37 Hours

Permanent

Based at Bradford Hospitals

 

  

 

The Code of Practice on the English language requirement for public sector workers, Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016, requires that Councils ensure that all candidates applying for customer facing posts must be assessed in order to establish their fluency in English.

 

The criteria under special knowledge and experience on the job profile which is shown in this advert, outlines what level of fluency you will be expected to demonstrate.  Therefore, it is essential that you provide examples in your application.

 

We are looking for people who can:

 

  • To look at the Home First vision and or sign post to Voluntary services and the use of assistive technology, preventing the need or reduced need for ongoing care and service provision.
  • To support and undertaken the Home First Assessment on people (many of whom will have complex conditions including dementia) on behalf of the local authority beds and Enablement services and independent Nursing Homes, thereby facilitating a safe and timely discharge from hospital.
  • To make clear and transparent recommendations and proposals as to the future destination of care in the best interests of the person following the completion of an assessment
  • Benchmark / Develop / review generic based paperwork to facilitate a holistic and efficient assessment of the person and their needs in partnership with service providers.
  • To negotiate the most appropriate ways of achieving the objectives identified which also encompasses the ability to identify competing demands and prioritise requirements.
  • The ability to liaise with other professionals and agencies involved in the provision of care this could be by attending the appropriate care forums to build enduring positive relationships with service providers to embed the trusted assessor role.
  • The ability and ownership to Access/ deal with / understand and navigate all systems for example: - inclusive of Power BI, System One, to enable reviewing, monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of the service, systems and the documentation.
  • Work in partnership with the bed bureau team, discharge coordinators and social workers to achieve optimization of resources and ensure effective transition of people into the most appropriate resources.
  • Provide and independent prospective from those of the service provider or hospital personnel to ensure provision is unbiased and effective.
  • To be aware of the different cultural needs of the people and to develop and deliver cultural sensitive processes – alongside develop a system for collating and storing records including outcomes and learning to ensure effectiveness and openness and transparency.
  • Ensure records are of a high quality standard for individual’s outcomes and learning.
  • Develop and gather a range of key performance indicators in order to demonstrate the effectiveness of the trusted assessor role – this will include the production of reports as required.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to developing the service and role by researching and sharing good practice knowledge and skills - liaising with comparator authorities.
  • Attend and contribute to any relevant meetings related to improving delayed transfers of care.

 

Any other duties required of the position by the service.

 

Applicants must have:

 

 

  Must have the Level 3 Diploma in Adults Health & Social Care to work at the level of SO1 then working towards the

  minimum qualification of Diploma level 5 in Adults Health & Social Care to achieve SO1/2.

 

  OR

 

  Must have the Level 3 Diploma in Adults & Social Care then Dependent on their experience, knowledge and

  competencies will work at the lower grade until a portfolio can be achieved and evidenced or the above qualification

  attained.

 

 

The post holder must be able to work weekends and some bank holidays as required by the needs of the Service.

 

For further information regarding this post please contact Simone Dalton. Simone.dalton@bradford.gov.uk 07960531039.

 

An enhanced disclosure check with the Disclosure and Barring Service will be undertaken for this post.

 

Closing Date: 6th July 2022

 

Please find attached the Job Profile:  Trusted Assessor Job Profile.docx

ID Ref. No.
447732
 

Department of Health & Wellbeing

Adult and Community Services

Operational Services

 

Trusted Assessor

Band SO1/2:  £28,226 - £32,798 pa

4 x 37 Hours

Permanent

Based at Bradford Hospitals

 

  

 

The Code of Practice on the English language requirement for public sector workers, Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016, requires that Councils ensure that all candidates applying for customer facing posts must be assessed in order to establish their fluency in English.

 

The criteria under special knowledge and experience on the job profile which is shown in this advert, outlines what level of fluency you will be expected to demonstrate.  Therefore, it is essential that you provide examples in your application.

 

We are looking for people who can:

 

  • To look at the Home First vision and or sign post to Voluntary services and the use of assistive technology, preventing the need or reduced need for ongoing care and service provision.
  • To support and undertaken the Home First Assessment on people (many of whom will have complex conditions including dementia) on behalf of the local authority beds and Enablement services and independent Nursing Homes, thereby facilitating a safe and timely discharge from hospital.
  • To make clear and transparent recommendations and proposals as to the future destination of care in the best interests of the person following the completion of an assessment
  • Benchmark / Develop / review generic based paperwork to facilitate a holistic and efficient assessment of the person and their needs in partnership with service providers.
  • To negotiate the most appropriate ways of achieving the objectives identified which also encompasses the ability to identify competing demands and prioritise requirements.
  • The ability to liaise with other professionals and agencies involved in the provision of care this could be by attending the appropriate care forums to build enduring positive relationships with service providers to embed the trusted assessor role.
  • The ability and ownership to Access/ deal with / understand and navigate all systems for example: - inclusive of Power BI, System One, to enable reviewing, monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of the service, systems and the documentation.
  • Work in partnership with the bed bureau team, discharge coordinators and social workers to achieve optimization of resources and ensure effective transition of people into the most appropriate resources.
  • Provide and independent prospective from those of the service provider or hospital personnel to ensure provision is unbiased and effective.
  • To be aware of the different cultural needs of the people and to develop and deliver cultural sensitive processes – alongside develop a system for collating and storing records including outcomes and learning to ensure effectiveness and openness and transparency.
  • Ensure records are of a high quality standard for individual’s outcomes and learning.
  • Develop and gather a range of key performance indicators in order to demonstrate the effectiveness of the trusted assessor role – this will include the production of reports as required.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to developing the service and role by researching and sharing good practice knowledge and skills - liaising with comparator authorities.
  • Attend and contribute to any relevant meetings related to improving delayed transfers of care.

 

Any other duties required of the position by the service.

 

Applicants must have:

 

 

  Must have the Level 3 Diploma in Adults Health & Social Care to work at the level of SO1 then working towards the

  minimum qualification of Diploma level 5 in Adults Health & Social Care to achieve SO1/2.

 

  OR

 

  Must have the Level 3 Diploma in Adults & Social Care then Dependent on their experience, knowledge and

  competencies will work at the lower grade until a portfolio can be achieved and evidenced or the above qualification

  attained.

 

 

The post holder must be able to work weekends and some bank holidays as required by the needs of the Service.

 

For further information regarding this post please contact Simone Dalton. Simone.dalton@bradford.gov.uk 07960531039.

 

An enhanced disclosure check with the Disclosure and Barring Service will be undertaken for this post.

 

Closing Date: 6th July 2022

 

Please find attached the Job Profile:  Trusted Assessor Job Profile.docx