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Ethan Hancock

Ethan Hancock, Junior Consultant, CharlesHunter
Junior Consultant
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My Bio

Ethan is our Junior Consultant for our Social Work Locum division, recruiting Children's Social Workers across London and the South East.

Background story

Having been interested in Business since a young age and after leaving college last June, I had been considering the next step that I wanted to take. Recruitment greatly appealed to me, as I have many family friends working in the industry already.

Biggest Achievement

My biggest achievements have been in sport. I was Sports Captain in my secondary school and successfully helped some of the team get signed for Reading football academy.

My football team was also very successful, reaching the top division in 5 years.

Why Charles Hunter Associates?

After meeting with the company and those working there, I was made very welcome and knew that it was the place to start my career. Also, the chance for progression was made clear from the off. I would recommend Charles Hunter Associates to anyone who wants to kick-start their recruitment career.

How would your team best describe you in three words?

Driven, Social, Passionate

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