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Marcus Burns

Marcus Burns, Team Leader, CharlesHunter
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My Bio

Marcus is a Team Leader for our Southern England Adult Social Work Division. He recruits temporary adult social workers across London and South East England.

Background Story

I grew up in the Reading area, went to university in Brighton and now am based back home doing a job I enjoy. I play and coach tennis, love to take holidays and visit friends around the country.

Biggest Achievement
My biggest achievement is passing my probation in five months by making 13 placements.

Why Charles Hunter Associates?

I chose to work at Charles Hunter Associates because of the people. When I saw so many like minded individuals working in a productive environment together, I knew I had to try it. If you work with your friends, work isn’t work. With Charles Hunter Associates, the next target is always in sight along with the rewards, which I find the most motivating aspect of my job. I could not imagine being in a job where I wasn’t rewarded by performance, a job where the next promotion wasn’t always within touching distance. Why accept that? Always want more.

How would your team best describe you in three words?

Driven, efficient, confident.

Social Worker - Adults Community Team
  • Up to £30 per hour
  • Harrow, London
  • Contract
Social Worker - Reablement Team
  • Up to £30 per hour
  • Wembley, London
  • Contract
Locum Social Worker - Private Mental Health Hospital
  • £28 - £30 per hour + Outside IR35
  • South East England
  • Contract

A Social Worker's Guide to 2018
A Social Worker's Guide to 2018
It’s that time of year again… January has hit and if you are anything like me, you have already broken a Ne...
09 Jan 2018
Posted by: Marcus Burns
Tackling the dilemma of recruiting specialist adult social workers
Tackling the dilemma of recruiting specialist adult social workers
At the recent spring seminar for The Association of Directors of Adult Social Services, Skills for Care chief executive ...
12 May 2017
Posted by: Marcus Burns