Why choose Search?
Following the change in government and highly publicised key
precedents within the industry, social care in the UK has never
been such a hot topic. Reforms in funding streams have
forced the sector to look at new ways of providing services to
society's most vulnerable people, and with involvement from
private, public and voluntary sectors, it has never before been so
important to rely on the delivery of front-line services by the
most talented and skilled people.
Search Social Care recognises the diversity of skills needed to
succeed within such a transient industry. Working closely with our
medical division, we understand the market from both a
health and a social care perspective. Working with a wide
client base, including care and nursing homes, NHS trusts, private
hospitals, housing associations, charities and local authorities,
Search are able to call on their expertise to provide the most
relevant staff at short notice.
Of course, compliance is of paramount importance. Like many
of our clients, we apply our minimum standards in line with those
dictated by the CQC. Before assigning work to any of our
associates, our dedicated team ensure they have all
been thoroughly referenced with enhanced CRB checks.
We also offer mandatory training on our premises and coordinate
ad-hoc training sessions in line with the needs of our
Like the sector itself, here at Search, we are operational 24
hours a day, seven days a week. Unlike our competitors, we are able
to offer a unique service to residential homes, hospitals, and
housing projects with a bank of experienced candidates that can be
immediately mobilised and working within an hour of the
Roles we recruit include:
- Qualified social workers
- Registered care managers
- Healthcare assistants
- Mental health support workers
- Specialist substance misuse support workers
- Residential children's support workers
- Youth workers
- Sheltered scheme managers
- Housing support worker
- Heads of service
- PPO workers
- Children's centre workers and Early Years practitioners
- Housing managers
- Housing officers
- Homelessness officers
- Domestic assistants
- Domiciliary care workers
The social care industry
Working in social care can be emotionally demanding, but at
the same time very rewarding. It provides defined career paths with opportunities for advancement.
We understand the social care arena. Through our extensive client base we are able to offer candidates the ideal role - be it a permanent or temporary position.
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