Ref. SB100

Wellbeing Assessor

  • Location: Stoke, England
  • Salary: £14.94 - £14.94 per hour
  • Type: Temporary / Full Time
  • Contact: Sophia Bliss

Seven Resourcing has a great opopotunity available in the Stoke area for a Wellbeing Assessor.

The Role

To play your part in ensuring that the team is effective and efficient in delivering its core purpose to the citizens of Stoke-on-Trent.

The Service provides a range of services to individuals in need of care and support:

  • Tailored Information and advice
  • Discharge to Assess
  • Assessment/Understanding ‘what matters’ to the individual
  • Supporting carers
  • Building strengths
  • Reablement
  • Helping people to stay safe from abuse and neglect
  • Personal Budgets
  • Care and Support planning and arrangement of support

What I will do as a Wellbeing Assessor

  1. Maintain appropriate personal/professional boundaries in work with individuals and their networks
  2. Maintain an awareness of own professional limitations and knowledge gaps. Know where to access appropriate advice and support
  3. Contribute to a culture that promotes learning and continuing professional development
  4. Promote positive approaches to diversity and identity in your area of responsibility, providing guidance and challenge as required.
  5. Contribute to a work environment which promotes health, safety and wellbeing of self and others.
  6. Establish a network of internal and external colleagues from whom to seek advice and support
  7. Contribute to the development of best practice in use of power and authority within your sphere of influence. Provide challenge in situations where power is used inappropriately
  8. Utilise the full range of council processes, policies and procedures that relate to the effective, safe and accountable operation of the business
  9. Maintain awareness of own professional limitations, knowledge gaps and conflicts of interest, actively seeking to address issues for self and others; escalate issues and concerns to the relevant manager where action is required beyond the remit/level of the Wellbeing and Independence Assessor role.


  • Have a good understanding of key legislation and Guidance underpinning work with adults
  • Have a sound understanding of Adults Safeguarding – principles and best practiceHave a detailed understanding of relevant council policies and proceduresHave a detailed working knowledge of Health and Social Care systems
  • Demonstrate a high level of organisational skills; has Order as a strength being able to organise and plan activity and coordinate complex actions
  • Possess good literacy and numeracy skills
  • Have excellent skills  in relevant  IT systems eg Outlook, electronic records systems
  • Be able to cover the whole geographic area of the city either by possession of  a current and valid driving licence or by access to public or other transport

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