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Taz Begum

Taz Begum, Consultant, CharlesHunter
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My Bio

As a member of the Temporary Nursing Division, Taz recruits Nurses across Berkshire and the surrounding areas.

Background Story

After spending 3 years at college studying Health and Social Care, I was ready for the next step in life. I wanted to embark on a journey to study Law at University, however, this did not work out for me. I joined a shoe company as I love my fancy and quirky footwear, but I knew Retail was not the destined career for me. Recruitment has always intrigued me and since I have been in the industry, I love it. I have a passion in listening and delivering for both my candidates and clients. A fantastic opportunity arose at Charles Hunter Associates to take over a desk specialising in Nursing. Holding a qualification in Health and Social Care makes me a unique Consultant in this division. I am super excited for the future with Charles Hunter Associates!

Biggest Achievement

Moving out of home & being independent!

Why Charles Hunter Associates?

For me, career development & progression is a big factor. I want to excel and be the best version of myself! Charles Hunter Associates can offer this and management are very supportive in progression.

How would your team best describe you in three words?

Passionate, eager & friendly


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