5 benefits of working with Social Personnel

Are you on the hunt for a role in social care? Here at Social Personnel, we specialise in placing candidates in jobs across the social care market, whether you’re new to the scene or looking for something more senior – our expert consultants are here to help! Carry on reading to discover some of the many benefits of working with Social Personnel. 

1.Candidate-centric roles 

Unlike most recruitment agencies, we don’t play the numbers game. Instead, we put our energy into finding each of our candidates a job that will suit both their personal and professional needs.


2. Unparalleled career advice 

Underpinned by years of experience in the public sector, Social Personnel offers unmatched career advice to all of its candidates. From free interview support, to CV writing tips and industry insight, we’re here to make sure you get the most out of your career in social work. 


3.Driven by industry-specific expertise 

Our consultants have industry-specific expertise, with each team member specialising in different sectors of social care. In other words, we know our stuff and work closely with candidates to place them in the best matched role based on their preferences and skills. 


4.Build long-lasting relationships

We pride ourselves on building rapport with both our clients and candidates in order to maintain long-lasting relationships. It is our belief that this is integral to matching the right people to the right organisation 


5.Round the clock support 

From staff shortages, to budget cuts, and everything in between, we know that social workers are under a lot of pressure right now. That’s why we’re here to offer support as and when you need. Our blog page is updated weekly with the latest industry news, career hacks and useful resources so do be sure to keep an eye out! 

Alternatively, you can chat to one of our knowledgeable consultants for personalised career advice. Simply get in touch via email at [email protected] or give us a call on 0203 8929 340. 

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