A for Appointments are launching their new specialised Health, Social Care and Criminal Justice recruitment team!

26th July 2012

A for Appointments are pleased to announce that from Monday the 30th of July 2012 a section of its business will bededicated to providing staffing solutions to the care, support, recovery and rehabilitation servicesthroughout the Yorkshire, Humberside and East Midlands regions.

Based in Sheffield, A for Appointments is a privately owned company that has been successfully supporting commercial and industrial businesses of all sizes with their interim, contract and permanent recruitment needs since 2001. The new 'A for Appointments: Health, Social Care and Criminal Justice'team will be enhancing the services already provided by A for Appointments by proactively searching for outstanding candidates with the specialist skills and experience needed to work effectively in unqualified and qualified roles within the care, support, recovery and rehabilitation services. With over 12 years' experience of delivering and managing services, in roles ranging from Support Worker to Operations Manager, Kerry Grundy joins the A for Appointments team as a specialist recruitment consultant. Kerry has vast experience in supporting individuals with issues relating to housing, homelessness, benefits, immigration / asylum, physical / mental health, dual diagnosis, substance misuse, offending behaviour, domestic abuse, rape / sexual assault, safeguarding adults / children, young people leaving care and as an experienced manager of social care services is well practiced in the recruitment, selection, retention and development of staff. A for Appointments understand that recent public spending cuts pose significant challenges for services striving to deliver effective interventions in an uncertain and every changing climate. In acknowledgement of this, A for Appointments are able to offer employers affordable bespoke recruitment packages that help services within the health, social care and criminal justice sectorsto prosper.It does not cost anything to register a vacancy with A for Appointmentsand to celebrate the launch of the new team a special introductory offer of a 5% discount on feeswill be available to all new clients who go onto appoint a candidate recommended by the 'A for Appointments: Health, Social Care and Criminal Justice'team before the 30th of September 2012. Margaret Haywood, Managing Director of A for Appointments, has over 25 years' experience within the recruitment industry; coupled with Kerry's experience, this has resulted in an extensive network of contacts and combined wealth of knowledge of the recruitment industry, health, social care and criminal justice sectors.Candidates registering with 'A for Appointments: Health, Social Care and Criminal Justice'do so as they trust and value the fact that A for Appointments has a real understanding of the recruitment process and culture of the care, support, recovery and rehabilitation services, and is why A for Appointments has a database of comprehensively referenced and carefully selected candidates ready for interim, contract or permanent work. The team at A for Appointments are passionate about the quality of service they provide to clients and candidates and are proud of the reputation they have of being a company with strong values, solid experience and for providing the highest standard of staffing solutions. Further details can be found by visiting the A for Appointments website www.aforappointments.com or by calling the A for Appointments team on 0114 2757744.

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