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Emily Game

Emily Game, Senior Consultant, CharlesHunter
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My Bio

Emily specialises in Temporary Social Care in the Berkshire and Hampshire area.

Background Story

University was never for me, so I decided to start my career immediately within the Retail sector. I felt I wasn’t being challenged enough so I looked to recruitment for my next career move. It utilizes my skill set and I have seen huge success since joining Charles Hunter Associates. 

After 2 and a half years’ working on the Locum Social Work desk, the opportunity arose to start a new division within Temporary Social Care. I could not pass up such an exciting opportunity and I am thrilled to build this desk as I did with my Locum Social Workers. Watch this space!

Biggest Achievement
I completed a 10,000ft skydive for our charity of the year 2016!

Why CHA

Excellent career progression, supportive management team, and exciting benefits and incentives.

How would your team best describe you in three words?

Tenacious, devoted, positive.

Residential Support Worker - Autism
  • £10 - £15 per hour + depending on pay method and shifts worked
  • Newbury, Berkshire
  • Temporary / Shift Work
Project Worker - Female Genital Mutilation Centre
  • £12 - £13 per hour + expenses
  • Redbridge, London
  • Temporary / Shift Work
Project Worker - Female Genital Mutilation Centre
  • Up to £2 per hour + expenses
  • Bristol
  • Temporary / Shift Work

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