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Hannah Carter

Talent Acquisition Manager

What do you enjoy about your job role?

I love the variety of my job, I adore working with and meeting new people at all levels. Developing relationships with internal staff and supporting them with recruitment and business development gives me a real buzz! Also now working to support people into permament placements to take the next step in their careers is great. Making the right match for both my customer and candidate is so important to me. 

What do you enjoy doing in your spare time?

I have a very energetic family, we spend a lot of time out walking our family dogs, cuddling our guinea pigs and teaching the girls how to climb trees. I like to cook and creating new dishes. Swimming is one of my favourite things to do, especially in the sea! I also love to learn about different cultures, traditions and art.

 

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Care Coordinator

CARE COORDINATOR - CLINICAL AND LIVE IN

CHIPPENHAM BRANCH

We are looking for a professional and customer focused person to account manage existing and new customers across Wiltshire. Due to expansion this exciting opportunity exists within Retain Healthcare - You will be working alongside the Clinical Lead to support our range of clinical support packages of care as well as our live in customers.

We are an experienced, dynamic Healthcare provider offering temporary and permanent recruitment solutions to healthcare establishments and community based customers across the South West, with branches in Cheltenham, Chippenham, Salisbury, Bournemouth and Bristol, we are the agency of choice for many providers in the local area.

As a Care Coordinator you will support and develop our key accounts with their staffing requirements working in partnership with them to understand their support needs, building outstanding relationships and ensuring our customers feel supported.

We are looking for an aspiring individual, who is enthusiastic, motivated, confident and a team player to join our creative and diverse team, if you enjoy going the extra mile to make people happy.

In order to support the growth of this established branch, we welcome healthcare experience and the ability to work around daily tasks while maximising the potential from every telephone call and face to face interaction.

To be a successful Care Coordinator you will have the following skills and experience:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Proven sales experience
  • A full UK driving license with access to a vehicle
  • Love working with people
  • Understanding of the healthcare industry would be advantageous

As a company who strive to deliver exceptional communication, you will develop relationships with our customers and staff. Develop and maintain customer database and successfully coordinate shift allocation in a fast paced environment.

You will have an understanding of the Retain Healthcare Ethos and ensure we are caring, honest and reliable. Ensure that safeguarding policies and practises are always adhered to.

As a Care Coordinator you can expect a starting salary of £19K to £21K, Contributory Pension Scheme, sector specific training, 8 days holiday (Including Bank Holidays), free parking and career development opportunities and promotion opportunities from within. You will have the opportunity to work in an experienced and professional team who have a wide range of skills, experience and diverse backgrounds to support your development.

Care Assistant

HOMECARE CARE ASSISTANT - AMESBURY

£100 JOINING BONUS - END 31ST OCTOBER 2021

*FLEXIBLE* *LOCAL* *WEEKLY PAID* *FULL TRAINING PROVIDED*

Retain Healthcare have expanded our long term homecare services in the Amesbury area.

As a result of our community based work, we are seeking drivers to support these customers within their own homes following a hospital discharge and continuing long term care.

£100 joining bonus is available for new and returning staff who interview between 07/10/2021 and 31/10/2021, bonus will be paid on complition of your first shift!!!*

Shifts are generally start at 7.00am and end at 10.00pm. Depending on your availability this could be:

  • 7.00am-10.00am
  • 7.00am-2.00pm
  • 4.00pm-10.00pm
  • 7.00pm-10.00pm

However the long term homecare hours can vary to the shift times above in order to offer an outcome based service to the individuals we support.

No experience is required as we will provide you will a full training induction and shadow shifts, ensuring you are confident and knowledgeable along your transformation into a community based Care Assistant. You will be supporting people in their own homes to maintain their independence. Duties could include;

  • Supporting those we care for to begin the day and end the day as they wish, including: getting dressed/undressed, washed and comfortable, prompting medication.
  • Working within a support plan with using outcome focused objectives.
  • Assisting with mobility through encouragement, hoists and stand aids.
  • Providing personal care where required.
  • Providing companionship such as going out into the community such as to go shopping, to appointments, church or clubs.
  • Being there to provide reassurance and emotional support throughout the visit.

Retain Healthcare was developed from a family run business which has been running for over 30 years, providing a high quality service to customers and supporting our staff through learning and development. Benefits include;

BENEFITS

    • Competitive rates of pay, plus paid holidays
    • Employee Assistance Programme
    • 24/7 on call support team
    • New car, car lease scheme discount
    • Guaranteed hour contracts available
    • Weekly pay - Instant payment available
    • Access to local and national discount with Blue Light Card
    • Free first uniform and DBS check
    • Flexible working hours including: Full time or part time and a range of shift patterns.
    • Free training with our Skills for Care accredited training division
    • On going support from us through training and career development opportunities
    • Recommend a friend bonus scheme of up to £300 per recommendation
    • Company Pension scheme with NEST

To be a Community Care Assistant with Retain Healthcare no experience is required, just a kind and caring nature! Although experienced workers are very welcome. Our only requirement is that you are a driver with a full UK license.

The high quality of our service can only be delivered by people like you who want to make a difference to the individuals we support. We rely on our community team to leave a good impression to form part of our ongoing reputation in the local area.

Our ethos is for continuous learning and includes 4 key ethos':

*Retaining Quality* *Retaining Independence* *Retaining Staff* *Retaining Skills*

*If you have been referred remember to mention who referred you during the recruitment process*

*£100 joining bonus is available for new and returning staff who interview between 07/10/2021 and 31/10/2021, bonus will be paid on complition of your first shift!!! - Shift must be within 3 months of application date.

Care Assistant

HOMECARE CARE ASSISTANT - WILTON

£100 JOINING BONUS - END 31ST OCTOBER 2021

*FLEXIBLE* *LOCAL* *WEEKLY PAID* *FULL TRAINING PROVIDED*

Retain Healthcare have expanded our long term homecare services in the Wilton area.

As a result of our community based work, we are seeking drivers to support these customers within their own homes following a hospital discharge and continuing long term care.

£100 joining bonus is available for new and returning staff who interview between 07/10/2021 and 31/10/2021, bonus will be paid on complition of your first shift!!!*

Shifts are generally start at 7.00am and end at 10.00pm. Depending on your availability this could be:

  • 7.00am-10.00am
  • 7.00am-2.00pm
  • 4.00pm-10.00pm
  • 7.00pm-10.00pm

However the long term homecare hours can vary to the shift times above in order to offer an outcome based service to the individuals we support.

No experience is required as we will provide you will a full training induction and shadow shifts, ensuring you are confident and knowledgeable along your transformation into a community based Care Assistant. You will be supporting people in their own homes to maintain their independence. Duties could include;

  • Supporting those we care for to begin the day and end the day as they wish, including: getting dressed/undressed, washed and comfortable, prompting medication.
  • Working within a support plan with using outcome focused objectives.
  • Assisting with mobility through encouragement, hoists and stand aids.
  • Providing personal care where required.
  • Providing companionship such as going out into the community such as to go shopping, to appointments, church or clubs.
  • Being there to provide reassurance and emotional support throughout the visit.

Retain Healthcare was developed from a family run business which has been running for over 30 years, providing a high quality service to customers and supporting our staff through learning and development. Benefits include;

BENEFITS

    • Competitive rates of pay, plus paid holidays
    • Employee Assistance Programme
    • 24/7 on call support team
    • New car, car lease scheme discount
    • Guaranteed hour contracts available
    • Weekly pay - Instant payment available
    • Access to local and national discount with Blue Light Card
    • Free first uniform and DBS check
    • Flexible working hours including: Full time or part time and a range of shift patterns.
    • Free training with our Skills for Care accredited training division
    • On going support from us through training and career development opportunities
    • Recommend a friend bonus scheme of up to £300 per recommendation
    • Company Pension scheme with NEST

To be a Community Care Assistant with Retain Healthcare no experience is required, just a kind and caring nature! Although experienced workers are very welcome. Our only requirement is that you are a driver with a full UK license.

The high quality of our service can only be delivered by people like you who want to make a difference to the individuals we support. We rely on our community team to leave a good impression to form part of our ongoing reputation in the local area.

Our ethos is for continuous learning and includes 4 key ethos':

*Retaining Quality* *Retaining Independence* *Retaining Staff* *Retaining Skills*

*If you have been referred remember to mention who referred you during the recruitment process*

*£100 joining bonus is available for new and returning staff who interview between 07/10/2021 and 31/10/2021, bonus will be paid on complition of your first shift!!! - Shift must be within 3 months of application date.

Care Assistant

HOMECARE CARE ASSISTANT - SALISBURY

*FLEXIBLE* *LOCAL* *WEEKLY PAID* *FULL TRAINING PROVIDED*

Retain Healthcare have expanded our long term homecare services in the Salisbury area.

As a result of our community based work, we are seeking drivers to support these customers within their own homes following a hospital discharge and continuing long term care.

Shifts are generally start at 7.00am and end at 10.00pm. Depending on your availability this could be:

  • 7.00am-10.00am
  • 7.00am-2.00pm
  • 4.00pm-10.00pm
  • 7.00pm-10.00pm

However the long term homecare hours can vary to the shift times above in order to offer an outcome based service to the individuals we support.

No experience is required as we will provide you will a full training induction and shadow shifts, ensuring you are confident and knowledgeable along your transformation into a community based Care Assistant. You will be supporting people in their own homes to maintain their independence. Duties could include;

  • Supporting those we care for to begin the day and end the day as they wish, including: getting dressed/undressed, washed and comfortable, prompting medication.
  • Working within a support plan with using outcome focused objectives.
  • Assisting with mobility through encouragement, hoists and stand aids.
  • Providing personal care where required.
  • Providing companionship such as going out into the community such as to go shopping, to appointments, church or clubs.
  • Being there to provide reassurance and emotional support throughout the visit.

Retain Healthcare was developed from a family run business which has been running for over 30 years, providing a high quality service to customers and supporting our staff through learning and development. Benefits include;

BENEFITS

    • Competitive rates of pay, plus paid holidays
    • Employee Assistance Programme
    • 24/7 on call support team
    • New car, car lease scheme discount
    • Guaranteed hour contracts available
    • Weekly pay - Instant payment available
    • Access to local and national discount with Blue Light Card
    • Free first uniform and DBS check
    • Flexible working hours including: Full time or part time and a range of shift patterns.
    • Free training with our Skills for Care accredited training division
    • On going support from us through training and career development opportunities
    • Recommend a friend bonus scheme of up to £300 per recommendation
    • Company Pension scheme with NEST

To be a Community Care Assistant with Retain Healthcare no experience is required, just a kind and caring nature! Although experienced workers are very welcome. Our only requirement is that you are a driver with a full UK license.

The high quality of our service can only be delivered by people like you who want to make a difference to the individuals we support. We rely on our community team to leave a good impression to form part of our ongoing reputation in the local area.

Our ethos is for continuous learning and includes 4 key ethos':

*Retaining Quality* *Retaining Independence* *Retaining Staff* *Retaining Skills*

*If you have been referred remember to mention who referred you during the recruitment process*

Care Assistant

Care Assistant

*Gloucester* *Permanent*

A permanent opportunity to join a professional team in Gloucester to provide quality care to residents of their Gloucester care home.

Working within residents' within the care home using a tailored care packages to meet their individual needs. This can range from requiring full support to lending a helping hand. Whatever the needs of the resident, the priority is to ensure they maintain control, choice and dignity at all times.

Care Assistants will work on the teams rota, tailored to hours of work and resident needs, Shifts times include 7.30am-2.30pm and 2.30pm-9pm There is a requirement to work alternating weekends. You will be working on either a full time or part time contract with a pay rate of £9.00 per hour weekdays and weekends £9.20 per hour.

What is important to the residents you will be supporting:

  • It's good to have someone to talk to
  • They spot when things are needed without the need to be prompted
  • Must love people
  • Foresight and initiative
  • Good listening skills are crucial
  • Being sensitive to how a resident is feeling

You must have:

  • Previous experience in a care role working in a nursing home, hospital, extra care housing or homecare setting
  • Worked with older people and/or people with disabilities
  • Have an understanding of the needs of people with dementia
  • Have the ability to attend to personal care needs
  • Achieved an advanced Diploma or NVQ level 2 in Care (or equivalent)
  • Experience of working with a rostering/rota system
  • Competent using computers, email and systems for care plans and online risk assessments

My customer is offering a fantastic benefits package, which includes:

  • 20 days holiday, plus bank holidays (Pro-rata)
  • Pension scheme
  • Meal provided at lunch time work working a long day
  • Extensive induction programme and training opportunities
  • Absence and sickness scheme
  • Free Blue Light Card

This really is an excellent opportunity to work for an organisation who want you to build your career with an employer who offers a homely setting for their customers and looks after their staff.

Full job description and benefits package can be provided upon application.

#gloucester #permanent #Gloucestershire #caring #recruiting

Care and Support Worker

Care and Support Worker

A permanent opportunity to join a professional team in Winscombe, Somerset to provide quality homecare care and support within one high end luxury village setting.

Working within residents' within the customers' homes, using a tailored care packages to meet their individual needs. This can range from 15 minutes per week to more frequent daily help. Whatever the needs of the resident, the priority is to ensure they maintain control, choice and dignity at all times.

This is a seven day, twenty four hour service. Care and support workers will work on the Care and Support rota, tailored to hours of work and resident needs. There is a requirement to work weekends. You will be working 37.5 hours per week with a pay rate of £9.41 per hour weekdays and weekends £12.48 per hour.

What is important to the residents you will be supporting:

  • It's good to have someone to talk to
  • They spot when things are needed without the need to be prompted
  • Must love people
  • Foresight and initiative
  • Good listening skills are crucial
  • Being sensitive to how a resident is feeling

You must have:

  • Previous experience in a care role working in a nursing home, hospital, extra care housing or homecare setting
  • Worked with older people and/or people with disabilities
  • Have an understanding of the needs of people with dementia
  • Have the ability to attend to personal care needs
  • Achieved an advanced Diploma or NVQ level 2 in Care (or equivalent)
  • Experience of working with a rostering/rota system
  • Completent using computers, email and systems for care plans and online risk assessments

My customer is offering a fantastic benefits package, which includes:

  • 23 days holiday, plus bank holidays (Pro-rata)
  • An annual salary review
  • Contributory pension scheme upto 7.5%
  • Life assurance at 4 x salary
  • Subsidised restaurant, serving high quality food
  • Extensive induction programme and training opportunities
  • Occupational sick pay after 12 months service
  • Free parking
  • Summer and Winter staff celebrations

This really is an excellent opportunity to work for an organisation who want you to build your career with an employer who offers a luxury setting for their customers and looks after their staff.

Full job description and benefits package can be provided upon application.

#winscombe #somerset #bristol #westonsupermare #sandford

Senior Care and Support Worker

Senior Care and Support Worker

A permanent opportunity to join a professional team in Winscombe, Somerset to provide quality homecare care and support within one high end luxury village setting.

As a Senior Care and Support Worker, you will ensure the care and support services are delivered smoothly and efficiently and residents/customers are receiving the tailored care and support that they need. You will organise the staff rota and possess the ability to respond quickly to changing needs, often at short notice.

This is a seven day, twenty four hour service. Seniors will work on the Care and Support Workers' rota, tailored to hours of work and resident/customer needs. There is a requirement to work weekends and provide some out-of-hours on-call duties. You will be working 37.5 hours per week with a pay rate of £10.31 per hour weekdays and weekends £14.12 per hour.

You must have:

  • Previous experience in a care role working in a nursing home, hospital, extra care housing or homecare setting
  • Worked with older people and/or people with disabilities
  • Have an understanding of the needs of people with dementia
  • Have the ability to attend to personal care needs
  • Achieved an advanced Diploma or NVQ level 3 in Care (or equivalent)
  • Experience of working with a rostering/rota system
  • Have a good working knowledge of IT systems including Microsoft Word packages

My customer is offering a fantastic benefits package, which includes:

  • 23 days holiday, plus bank holidays (Pro-rata)
  • An annual salary review
  • Contributory pension scheme upto 7.5%
  • Life assurance at 4 x salary
  • Subsidised restaurant, serving high quality food
  • Extensive induction programme and training opportunities
  • Occupational sick pay after 12 months service
  • Free parking
  • Summer and Winter staff celebrations

This really is an excellent opportunity to take the next step in your career with an employer who offers a luxury setting for their customers and looks after their staff.

Full job description and benefits package can be provided upon application.

#winscombe #somerset #bristol #westonsupermare #sandford

Care Assistant

*PERMANENT* *OUTSTANDING RATED SETTING* *CARE ASSISTANT* *NURSE LED* *PURTON, NEAR SWINDON*

My client based in Purton, a small village just outside of Swindon, are seeking multiple Care Assistant to join their exceptional team. With an Outstanding rating with the CQC, quality of care and supporting individual needs in a safe and professional manner is essential.

You will ideally have 6 months experience, which is desirable but not essential.

You will have a good standard of education to include English and Maths and have an interest in elderly care.

The atmosphere is one of caring, happiness and positivity. This enabled staff to embed a strong culture that valued people, relatives and staff and promoted a caring ethos.

The residents receive exceptional care and support from staff who are skilled and knowledgeable and supported them on an individual basis. They are supported to have choice and control of their lives and staff supported them in the least restrictive way possible; the procedures in the setting supported this practice. People are supported to access health professionals when needed and staff worked closely with people's GP's to ensure their health and well-being was monitored.

There are robust staffing levels to meet people's needs and staff have time to spend with people. Risk assessments are carried out and these promoted positive risk taking which enable people to live their lives as they chose. People receive their medicines safely. Their staffing levels are higher than most other care homes and there are a minimum of 2 nurses on shift day and night.

Skills and Knowledge
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills to include record writing
* Strong interpersonal skills
* Team player
* Organised and caring
* Basic knowledge of needs of residents with long term conditions
* Able to teach others
* Aware of accountability of own role and that of others

Personal Qualities
* Punctual and reliable
* Flexible and able to work on a rotating shift pattern
* Flexible and willing to undertake relevant training
* Enthusiastic and committed
* Caring nature


We have a vacancy for:
FULL TIME DAYS
FULL TIME NIGHTS (8.45PM-7.45PM)
PART TIME MORNINGS
PART TIME EVENINGS
LONG DAYS

The pay is £8.95-£10.60 per hour dependant on experience and shift time/day.

Apart from being a fabulous place to work with a great team, benefits offered are free parking, excellent access and support to training and personal development, support with revalidation, 6.6 weeks paid annual leave per year which increases with length of service.

Care Assistant

(Care Assistant) - Personal Assistant

Working with one customer in Yetminster, Dorset

Are you a car driver who enjoys the outdoors? Do you like dogs?

  • 0800 - 1800 shifts in Yetminister Dorset supporting a 64 year old gentle (The customer likes the staff to be called PA's - Personal Assistants)
  • Various days and potentially some sleep ins
  • You will be a non smoker
  • The PA will be a driver (over 25 as you will drive clients car)
  • You will be an active person
  • You must likes Dogs

You will be supporting a gentleman to lead an active life enjoys going to his social clubs (Shooting) Gym. As well as carrying out Domestic duties.

  • Weekly pay
  • Flexible working options available
  • No experience necessary, full training provided
  • Company pension scheme
  • Paid holidays
  • First uniform for free
  • Free DBS check
  • Free Training with our City and Guilds accredited Training Company
  • Guaranteed hours contract
  • Your own personalised career development pathway
  • Recommend a friend bonuses of upto £300 per referral (unlimited!)

Driving is essential with access to a vehicle and although advantageous no experience is required as we provide an extensive training program and plenty of shadowing shifts for new starters.

You will be enthusiastic and caring towards our community based customers we support, supporting people in their own homes to enable them to live as independently as possible!

At Retain you can enjoy weekly pay as well as being offered a company pension scheme, paid holidays and first uniform for free. In addition, you can apply to complete NVQ and diploma qualifications, local training and your own personalised career development pathway.

To be a successful Personal Assistant you will have the following skills and experience:

  • A full UK driving license with access to a vehicle.
  • Love working with people and enjoy giving back to your local community.
  • Kind, caring and compassionate nature.
  • Prior experience isn't necessary but experienced carers are very welcome. Full training is provided however NVQs and Diplomas are always beneficial.

Retain Healthcare is a fresh, innovative provider covering the South West, with recruitment experts who have the knowledge and background to offer you the most up to date and comprehensive training in both social care and clinical care skills. They are committed to safeguarding and will complete full employment checks in line with their safer recruitment process, including employment references and a DBS check.

Our Ethos is the 4 R's, Retaining Quality, Retaining Independence, Retaining Staff and Retaining Skills...

#salisbury #wiltshire #supportingthecommunity #retainskills #teamretain #homecare #community #givingback #dorset #yetminster #yeovil

Resourcer

Retain Group Resourcer

Working as part of the team, the primary responsibility of a Resourcer is to support Recruitment and Retention Consultants and Account Managers to attract and retain candidates for the Temporary and Permanent customer needs.

Typical day-to-day activities might include:

  • Writing job adverts and posting them online (Broadbean for multi-posting onto job-boards, social media including facebook)
  • Liaise with managers to assess their recruitment needs and maintain candidate pipelines.
  • Using CV / candidate databases to find suitable candidates relevant to your team's recruitment specialisms and live vacancies across all branch locations
  • Calling candidates / applicants to screen them for suitability to roles (current or upcoming)
  • Completing Pre-screening interviews for suitable applicants
  • Maintaining regular contact with candidates and to answer any initial questions they may have about a role
  • Completing pre-employment checks including obtaining references, DBS checks, etc
  • Assessing initial training needs, sending training booking confirmations and communicating with our training partner - Retain Skills.
  • Be a part of recruitment campaicns, exhibits and job fairs / shows
  • Proactivelty recruit and promate Retain Healthcare.

To be a successful Resourcer you will need to have excellent communication and organisational skills.

Due to the nature of this role, knowledge or previous experience within a recruitment environment would be advantageous.

Full training and support will be provided by the Recruitment and Management team.

You will have an understanding of the Retain Healthcare Ethos and ensure we are caring, honest and reliable. Ensure that safeguarding policies and practises are always adhered to.

The Four R's

Our Ethos is the four R's;

Retaining Quality, Retaining Independence, Retaining Staff and Retaining Skills

Together Everyone Achieves More by demonstrating to you our commitment to offer a better solution.

Retain Healthcare are a fresh innovative provider, with recruitment experts who follow safer recruitment guidelines and an inhouse training team who have the knowledge and background to offer you the most up to date and comprehensive training in both social and clinical care skills - Leading you into a career you can be proud of and rewarded for.

In return we offer a career development, parking options, company pension scheme, 28 Days holiday (including bank holidays), competitive lease deals on new cars and access to qualifications.


Office hours 8.30am to 5pm.

Internal Recruitment Manager

Recruitment Manager - Internal

An exciting opportunity has arisen at Retain Healthcare Head Office in Central Cheltenham for a dynamic Internal Recruitment Manager. You will play a pivotal role in the recruitment of staff for the organisation, in return we offer an opportunity to make the role your own with career progression opportunities.

In this role, you will be responsible for overseeing a small team of staff to support you to meet departmental and wider company KPIs

Responsibilities

  • Follow and develop the existing recruitment strategy, continually reviewing to improve.
  • Develop advertising/headhunting strategies to attract good-quality candidates.
  • Book new staff onto internal / external interviews and onto the induction training.
  • Evaluate recruitment methods against their outcomes to determine how time and cost-effective they are at onboarding and retaining staff.
  • Maintain and update existing vacancies.
  • Maintaining relationships with internal managers throughout the Retain Group.
  • Proactively recruit active and passive job seekers through the use of targeted advertising and social media.
  • Manage the recruitment process and pipelines for the group, ensuring values based and safer recruitment policies are adhered to.
  • Ensure full references and DBS are obtained for new staff.
  • Attend Job fairs and recruitment events
  • Support with permanent recruitment to external partners.

Key Attributes

  • Background in recruitment/HR essential
  • Experience in recruiting in health and social care is an advantage
  • Dynamic 'think outside the box' approach
  • Experience in people management desirable but not essential
  • Be a self-starter and meet targets and deadlines
  • Excellent telephone / communication manner

Salary: £25,000 - £27,000pa depending on experience plus fantastic company benefits including exciting social events, discounts, and a quarterly bonus scheme.

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8.30am-5pm

Closing Date 1st October 2021

Retain Group Resourcer

Retain Group Resourcer

Working as part of the team, the primary responsibility of a Resourcer is to support Recruitment and Retention Consultants and Account Managers to attract and retain candidates for the Temporary and Permanent customer needs.

Typical day-to-day activities might include:

  • Writing job adverts and posting them online (Broadbean for multi-posting onto job-boards, social media including facebook)
  • Liaise with managers to assess their recruitment needs and maintain candidate pipelines.
  • Using CV / candidate databases to find suitable candidates relevant to your team's recruitment specialisms and live vacancies across all branch locations
  • Calling candidates / applicants to screen them for suitability to roles (current or upcoming)
  • Completing Pre-screening interviews for suitable applicants
  • Maintaining regular contact with candidates and to answer any initial questions they may have about a role
  • Completing pre-employment checks including obtaining references, DBS checks, etc
  • Assessing initial training needs, sending training booking confirmations and communicating with our training partner - Retain Skills.
  • Be a part of recruitment campaicns, exhibits and job fairs / shows
  • Proactivelty recruit and promate Retain Healthcare.

To be a successful Resourcer you will need to have excellent communication and organisational skills.

Due to the nature of this role, knowledge or previous experience within a recruitment environment would be advantageous.

Full training and support will be provided by the Recruitment and Management team.

You will have an understanding of the Retain Healthcare Ethos and ensure we are caring, honest and reliable. Ensure that safeguarding policies and practises are always adhered to.

The Four R's

Our Ethos is the four R's;

Retaining Quality, Retaining Independence, Retaining Staff and Retaining Skills

Together Everyone Achieves More by demonstrating to you our commitment to offer a better solution.

Retain Healthcare are a fresh innovative provider, with recruitment experts who follow safer recruitment guidelines and an inhouse training team who have the knowledge and background to offer you the most up to date and comprehensive training in both social and clinical care skills - Leading you into a career you can be proud of and rewarded for.

In return we offer a career development, parking options, company pension scheme, 28 Days holiday (including bank holidays), competitive lease deals on new cars and access to qualifications.


Office hours 8.30am to 5pm.

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