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Social Care Permanent Clients

Retention in Social Care has hit an all-time low and those in the industry are feeling the pressure. At Charles Hunter Associates, we recognise that there is a huge demand for top talent across both adults’ and children’s services. Inevitably, this means that securing and retaining permanent hires is crucial.

The Social Care sector is fast-paced and senior staff are inundated with other duties and responsibilities, meaning time becomes a precious commodity that cannot be wasted. The permanent Social Care Recruitment service we offer, benefits our clients by removing the time taken to recruit key members of staff. We strive to offer a seamless recruitment service, saving you time by passing you candidates who meet the exact criteria you require. The result of this means you hire the right person every time, eliminating frustrating staffing issues such as retention and commitment.

We provide high calibre staff to the care sector, catering for all client groups including children, learning disabilities, mental health and older persons. We provide these staff to a variety of settings including care homes, SEN schools, supported living, hospitals, outreach and domiciliary.

Typical appointments include the following: 

  • RSW
  • Senior support workers and team leaders
  • Assistant and deputy managers
  • Registered managers
  • Area and divisional managers
  • Senior and executive level appointments

If you would like to hear more about how Charles Hunter Associates can help you find the right candidates, contact our Permanent Social Care team on 0118 948 5555 or email socialcare@charecruitment.com or you can quickly submit a vacancy below.


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