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Kiri O'Leary

Kiri O'Leary, Consultant, CharlesHunter
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My Bio

Kiri is a member of the permanent social care team, and covers Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire.

Background story
After graduating in July 2017 from the University of Warwick with a Psychology degree, I knew I wanted to enter a career that was both challenging and rewarding. Thankfully, I discovered recruitment quite quickly. Charles Hunter Associates instantly appealed to me given that they specialise in the incredibly important sector of social care and social work.

Biggest Achievement
I moved from Leeds to Reading within a week of securing a job. It was stressful but worth it!

Why Charles Hunter Associates?
The training that is provided to their consultants is one-to-one and extremely thorough. I instantly felt at ease in the office as the team are welcoming and a bunch of genuinely nice people. 
The social care industry is also personally important to me. I feel very passionate about the sector and this constantly motivates me.

How would your team best describe you in three words?
Conscientious, intelligent and organised.
Support Worker (Day Shifts)
  • £16000 - £17000 per annum
  • South Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire
  • Permanent
Support Worker
  • £16000 - £17000 per annum
  • Bristol
  • Permanent
Support Worker - Learning Disabilities
  • £16000 - £17000 per annum
  • Stroud, Gloucestershire
  • Permanent

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