“In a sector as sensitive as care, we have a moral obligation to ensure our service is honest, trustworthy, reliable – and is delivered by people who understand and care about the sector. Just because our team is one-step removed from the daily operation of delivering care, does not mean that we take our obligation any less seriously. We have a massive part to play in ensuring that people receiving care experience the highest standard of care and support, delivered by dedicated and passionate people.”
Victoria felt really passionately, that attitudes within the health, social care and education recruitment sectors should be switched from a commission-based motivation to that of influencing and supporting the quality of candidates entering the Sector.
All of the Social Care & Education Jobs Team share the same passion and values and this is evident from the moment you speak to one of our team.
I have recently been helped by Vicky when I was seeking alternative employment in housing management. My experience from the minute we spoke was beyond first class. Vicky has such a positive supportive way of working with you. The service from Health and Social Care Jobs and from Vicky herself is all you could ask for if you were looking to fill a vacancy. Do not look beyond Health and Social Care Jobs and Vicky if you need to fill a vacancy.
Just wanted to say a big thank you for the Good Luck card I received today and also the help and assistance you have all given in helping me land my new job. The advice and guidance you have given me have been invaluable and I have found the whole experience helpful and professional at all times. If you could also pass on my thanks to Elise and Angie as well please. Kind regards, Martin
I would like to thank Paul for his professionalism and helping attitude,I am grateful and delighted for the professional quality service I received whilst searching for employment. Thank you Ilona
Decided to add this testimonial for Paul and his team after securing employment with their help. My wife spotted the job on line on a generic job site and took a print out copy of the role and brought it home. I had applied for about 5 different roles and not had one follow up, so was feeling a bit anxious. I got home about 15:00 and went straight on the laptop, searched for the job, found and applied by adding my saved CV. That was it then forgot all about it and with the beautiful weather, got a cold drink and sat on decking. I had almost dropped off to sleep, when about 15:45 my mobile went off and it was Paul from Health and Social Care Jobs. Almost immediately Paul was very easy on the ear, he just chatted away finding out about me and my experiences, skill sets, etc, he made me feel at ease and I didn't realise that this was my first part of the interview process. Even though the company was in the process of interviewing he convinced them to add me in. Paul rang me on his way home, offering advice, and tips for the interview which took place 48hrs later. I was shorted listed to the final interview, and again Paul rang me prior to final interview to ensure that I was fully prepared. I believe that with Health and Social Care Jobs' help, it gave me an edge. They are refreshing in a world of faceless internet which you don't find with lots of other recruiters, who seem to advertise jobs that don't exist, and put you forward for jobs that you are not qualified for. Once again thank you to Paul and his team for helping me to move on to pastures new and giving me the feeling of worth in world of work. I would highly recommend Paul and his team to anyone who is looking for work or a change in career. Kind regards Colin Holloway
Good morning Vicky, Hope you are well this morning? I just wanted to update you on the job front. As of yesterday, the next chapter in my book of Wells, began with this! My second interview at 2pm in Wigan was a nervous one, not knowing how it was going to pan out. I sat in the meeting room with nervous thoughts on how it was going to go??? He came in with my updated CV and JD, he stated by asking how the weekend to Nottingham went? And how I was? He started to discuss my CV, so I touched on that, but brought out my numbers dashboard, which I worked so hard on the previous night. Checking over the numbers from the last four offices I had worked at previously, checking and double checking the percentages are spot on for revenue, service enquiries and conversion were spot on. He was very impressed with the numbers, but, ultimately, so was I. Everything I achieved over four years on an A4 piece of paper, the ROI on that one sheet, my hard work and hopefully, he has seen the value in this? He passed me a copy of the JD and asked if I had any questions? Which was no because it was everything I had done in my previous role over the past 7 years. He left the room for a couple of minutes, which made me think what was going on, my nerves were creeping up again, I looked at my I watch at the heart monitor to check my bp, I then put the breathing app on to relax me, then Phil walked back in, looking at him, he had a cracking poker face, he sat down and straight out with it, my anxiety was increasing, what was going to say? Gary, I would love you to be part of my team. Those words ringing in my head, anxiety level suddenly dropped, internal crept in with excitement. All the worry and endless searching for a new employer over the past three weeks. Thoughts of how am going to provide for my family and pay to keep the roof over our heads and so near to Christmas, those words resounding over and over, and then he just came out with it, I would like you to start on the 1st December! Wow, was my initial excitement, but thought about the terms of my redundancy, I said, I could do an induction, but I was also thinking I had a round of golf booked for Friday at Frodsham Golf Club, my best mate has come down from Montrose, all these thoughts suddenly appearing, but not to worry, I am now starting on the 5th December at Wigan, but will based for now at the Warrington office. Vicky, many thanks for your help and support at the beginning of my journey this month. You have made me feel so positive, that there is another world outside of the company I was with for 10 years. Now I must move on in this new chapter, and use those experiences to develop the next stage of my Business Development Manager role. Many thanks again, and, you may not have had a mini chapter like this before, however, I never knew I had it in me to write something like this. lol Take Care Gary Wells
This is not quiet a testimonial as I didnt actually place Gary into this role, however Gary felt compelled to write this and asked if I would publish this on our website, which I have. Thank you Gary you are lovely man and very selfless, everything you do you do for other people and you are a credit to yourself and the Care Sector.
Hi Kerrie I would like to thank you for all your input with the locality manager role. I had not applied for a new post for quiete a few years and your advice and support helped me to improve my CV and ultimately receive a job offer with ILA. Although I have decided to stay at my present employment I feel the process has given me more confidence for the future. I have also passed on your contact details to my Area Manager for any vacancies we may have in the future as I found your process so refreshing. Thanks Again Tracey
Social Care & Education Jobs are the UK's leading Health, Social Care & Education, Permanent Recruitment agencies. We are Registered Manager owned and led with over 22 years experience of recruiting for the Sector. We are dedicated to providing a range of recruitment solutions throughout the Healthcare, Social Care, Specialist Education, and Social Housing sectors.
Our Healthcare, Social Care & Education Recruitment teams includes specialist recruitment consultants who have worked in the Sector they recruit for. Our administrators and candidate resources all have specialist training within content writing (So that our job adverts are always well written), Google & SEO training, and proofreading. We also have a team of candidate resources who search for passive jobseekers who may not be searching for a job vacancy online.
With access to the UK's largest Healthcare, Social Care & Education candidate database we can instantly reach 1000's of passive jobseekers. We keep them up-to-date with all the latest job opportunities across the sector as they come in. Our Database means we can reach candidates who already have worked with your client group and are the right career level for your role.
Social Care & Education Jobs are here to support you and offer you solutions to your recruitment needs, whilst also making the process easy for you. We are determined to be different, bespoke and above all passionate about what we do!
Registered Manager owned and led, we are very passionate about the Care sector. This makes your job 10 times easier as we understand the jobs you are looking to recruit for, and the importance of finding the right people for this wonderful sector!
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