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Liz Bird

Liz Bird, Consultant, CharlesHunter
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My Bio

Liz is part of our Temporary Social Care Division. Liz covers the West Berkshire and Hampshire region for Adults Social Care.

Background Story

I’ve always enjoyed talking to people and trying to make their day. So after college, I left my waitressing role and delved into a care assistant position. After 3 years of working in care, I decided I wanted to give back to all the wonderful care assistants and support workers out there! When I found Charles Hunter Associates, it was a perfect fit.

Biggest Achievement

Moving out from home with my best friend and being a real adult. (Most of the time)

Why Charles Hunter Associates?

From my very first day I felt so welcomed into the team. The management are supportive, caring and always want you to succeed.

There is clear career progression with lots of fun incentives and benefits.

How would your team best describe you in three words?

Determined, Friendly, Caring.


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