I wanted to personally update our customers of a few changes here at Health and Social Care Jobs but first and most importantly, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your incredible support over the past year. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought huge challenges to many businesses, but I am proud to say that with your support and a lot of hard work and dedication from our team, we are in a relatively strong position. Despite a few challenges we have managed to battle through COVID-19, with no redundancies, and instead we have grown and added lots of important expertise to the team.
As a former Registered Manager, I am well aware of the magnitude of the challenges that many of you have faced in the past 12 months. Having worked in the health and social care sector, I have a deep understanding of what it takes to successfully run a care service and the challenges that we have all had to overcome have often been inspiring - this has only made us more passionate to make sure that the service we are delivering to you is the very best it can be.
Changes to the Team
We have invested heavily over the last few months and I am pleased to let you know that we have made some positive changes to the team, which have been made for very important reasons, to continue to improve and evolve our services.
Managed Advertising Solutions - Team
- Victoria Marsden, Customer Account Manager
- Steven Vine, Customer Account Manager
- Position Vacant – Currently recruiting – Customer Account Manager
- Sophie Creswell, Customer Account Manager (Copy Writer, Proof-reader & Advert Content Creator)
- Jonathan Hughes, Business Development (Digital &
- Currently Recruiting – Customer Relationship Manager
Permanent Recruitment Team
- Paul Marsden – Recruitment Expert
- Clare Crane – Recruitment Expert
- Louise Fullard – Recruitment Expert
- Georgia Hughes – Candidate Attraction
- Currently Recruiting – Recruitment Expert
Changes for 2021
Paul and I have been developing lots of plans and ideas for 2021 to ensure we keep growing and keep offering you the very best service in the industry. We have already started introducing some of these plans to you and many of the ideas are centred around helping you to carry on recruiting the very best care staff throughout the duration of the pandemic. Paul will be happy to discuss what his team are doing to continue to find the best talent during these challenging times.
Managed Advertising New Rates & Additional Features
The Managed Advertising Team has grown, and we have looked to bring in the talent to enable us to continue to evolve. Myself & Steve look forward to discussing with you the positive changes we are making to the Managed Advertising Service, and I have been busy writing lots of new adverts and coming up with ideas to attract people to consider Caregiving as a career.
We have new Preferential Rates which will come into effect from the 1st March 2021 on all new Advertising Packages purchased. This includes some NEW features an additional Branded Job Board and a new structure to the credit system, to allow more flexibility with credits, particularly for those also looking to recruit Live in Care Assistants.
With so many facing redundancy, it is also my goal to carry on going above and beyond to show people what an inspirational sector we work in. I intend to spread as much good news as I can and through inspiring adverts, we will continue to represent this wonderful sector whilst myth busting any preconceptions that people have.
I am looking forward to 2021 and continuing to be your trusted, valued, recruitment partner. Using our knowledge and expertise to inspire others and taking time to listen to others who inspire me. After all we are always learning.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding Health & Social Care Jobs or Managed Advertising Solutions, relating to our business or our team please pick up the phone, myself and Paul are always happy to answer any questions you may have.
Once again, thank you for your continued support and fingers crossed we can all soon be back to some kind of normality.