Suffolk Social Care recruitment agency listing
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Most Popular Towns for Social Care in Suffolk
Suffolk Social Care recruitment agencies are experts at placing Social Care Professionals into permanent, temporary and contract vacancies across towns - including Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, and Lowestoft.
Social Care job roles and salaries in Suffolk
The Social Care Industry is a sensitive area of work and covers a range of job roles, including Support Worker, Senior Health Care Assistant, Housing Officer, and Social Worker. The demands on the Suffolk Social Care industry are high and recruitment agencies know how to supply candidates who can demonstrate empathy, communication, and problem-solving abilities, to their East Anglian clients.
Working within Offices, Hospitals, and Care / Residential Homes, Social Care work often requires employees to be flexible as they may be needed to provide 24-hour care as part of a team. Though much of the industry is made up of part-time or shift workers, the average Suffolk salary for permanent social care staff is thought to be between £18K-£24K. Graduates can expect their earnings to be in the lower end of this bracket, although Executive or Management Professionals will usually command a salary of 40K+ per annum.
Qualifications for the job
Due to the nature of the industry, personality is often valued more highly than credentials, and so qualifications aren't necessarily required for entry-level jobs. NVQs and university degrees will be thought of highly, but employers and recruitment agencies will also seek out candidates with relevant work experience. As many positions require employees to work closely with vulnerable individuals, such as children and the elderly, all such candidates will also be subjected to necessary DBS checks.
A Suffolk Social Care recruitment agency will have the experience and knowledge necessary to effectively supply staff to the local industry. As well as working with clients within this UK county of East Anglia, many recruiters will also look to fill vacancies in neighbouring Norfolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire.