How Social Personnel can help you find a job that pays during the cost of living crisis

Finding a job that pays can be stressful at the best of times, but throw the cost of living crisis into the mix and you’ve got yourself quite the conundrum. 

However, using a recruitment company to help you navigate the job market can boost your odds when it comes to landing a role that not only pays well, but also makes you want to get up in the morning!

Carry on reading to find out more about the benefits of working with Social Personnel. 

Exclusive opportunities

Did you know that many of the jobs we post are not advertised elsewhere? That’s because we want our candidates to have first pick. Plus, we make an effort to build rapport with all our clients, hence we’ll only share roles with reputable companies we trust. 

We’ll fight your corner 

With a good few years of industry experience under our belts, we know what’s what when it comes to a fair pay package. Let us know your expectations early doors and we’ll do our best to find a role that meets them. 

End-to-end support 

From the introductory call, through to your first day on the job, our team will be here to support you whenever you need. We know just how demanding social work is as a profession, especially against the backdrop of inflation and wide-spread financial uncertainty. That’s why our consultants are trained to assist you – whether you have a complex query about your contract or just need to get something off your chest. 

Career advice

Not sure what you’re looking for? That’s OK – we’re here to help! Book in a call today and we can talk you through your options based on location, skills and salary preferences. We also offer CV guidance and cover letter writing tips. Head to our blog for further industry insight, including cost of living top tips and resources for social workers!

Everyone deserves to be paid fairly so they can live comfortably during this economically volatile period and we hope to help you find all that wrapped up in a role you love

carlette Isaac

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