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Adult Support Coordinator - Assessment Team

Job Reference Ref/1660/1305

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Number of Positions:
Contract Type:
Full Time
Salary Range :
£30,151 - £32,020 (pro rata where applicable)
Working Hours:
Negotiable- Hinchngbrooke Hospital, Princess of Wales Hospital, Hereward Hall in March or Signet Court in Cambridge
Closing Date:
Job Category:
Social Care - Adults
Cambridgeshire County Council

Our benefits

We value our colleagues in Cambridgeshire County Council and have developed a number of benefits:

  • Flexible working
  • Flexible Bank Holidays
  • A comprehensive wellbeing package
  • Our Cambs Rewards employee discounts
  • A comprehensive pension scheme
  • IDEAL staff equality, diversity and inclusion network.
  • Camweb our staff intranet helping to keep you informed
  • An employee recognition scheme

About the role

An exciting opportunity has arisen with the Prevention and Early Intervention Assessment team for an Adult Support Coordinator.

We have one substantive, full time role available, work base is negotiable (Hinchngbrooke Hospital, Princess of Wales Hospital, Hereward Hall in March or Signet Court in Cambridge) as will be allocated service users across Cambridgeshire; there is also some home working opportunity.

Adult Support Coordinators play a major part of the work we do in our Team. You’ll be working with adults and older people in need of care and support services, along with their informal carers. It will be crucial that you work in partnership with them in order to establish needs and ensure they’re met. The Prevention and Early Intervention Assessment team provide support to those adults who have had a period of Reablement or Intermediate Care team support. We also provide Carers Assessments to those in informal caring roles whose cared for person is not in receipt of statutory services. We work closely with our Reablement and Adult Early Help colleagues to provide Social Care support at the beginning of the service users journey into social care.

The team is made up of Social Workers and Adult Support Coordinators from a variety of backgrounds, as well as Reablement Lead Coordinators and Lead workers. The team offer support to individuals and also to families and carers. The team work closely to support and share information on prevention services across the county.

You won’t need to have a social work qualification but knowledge, experience and understanding of the needs of vulnerable adults will be essential to succeed in the role. Working knowledge and experience of the Care Act, Mental Capacity Act and Cambridgeshire County Council's Adult Social Care policies and procedures will also be an advantage, particularly around wellbeing and outcomes.

For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Jaimi Robinson on or 01353 612886

​Interviews will be held week commencing 17th April 2023

We know that your time is precious, so our interviews are generally held virtually, by Microsoft Teams, to provide the most flexible recruitment process. We may include a virtual assessment as part of this, but we’ll give you all of the relevant information ahead of time.

Appointment to this post will be subject to the outcome of an Enhanced Disclosure obtained through the Disclosure and Barring Service. The Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

What will you be doing?

You'll be working with individuals and their informal carers to complete Care Act assessments, care and support plans, community action plans and carers assessments and initial reviews alongside having a role in Safeguarding and considering capacity.

Inquisitive and creative practice is embraced, to allow for personalised solutions, taking into account wider community resources and organisations. The work will be ensuring timely discharge from the Reablement and Intermediate Care teams across Cambridgeshire, working closely with social care and health colleagues to ensure correct discharge plans are in place.


About you

You will need to have good and accurate literacy, numeracy and administrative skills and the ability to analyse information to solve general queries. It is imperative that you have strong communication skills, a confident telephone manner and can work on your own initiative. Good planning and organisation skills will be key, and you should be used to working under pressure to meet deadlines, allowing flexibility and resilience. You will need a good working knowledge of the Care Act 2014 and Mental Capacity Act 2005. Experience of multi-disciplinary working to enable best outcomes for individuals.

About us

Cambridgeshire is a great place to work and live with a diverse population, an urban centre in Cambridge, historic Isle of Ely, Huntingdon and St Ives as well as more rural landscapes.

We are proud to serve the diverse communities of Cambridgeshire and want our workforce to be reflective of this diversity, which we believe benefits our employees, the organisation and our communities. 

Visit our jobs and careers section to find out more about our wide range of learning and development opportunities; apprenticeships; our wellbeing package; staff benefits; our commitment to equality, diversity and Inclusion.

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