Priority Professional Placements works with candidates ranging from executives, managers and senior staff in the fields of information technology, healthcare, teaching, office and administration. Our expert recruiters will help you find the job and culture fit you are seeking. The recruiting process enables clients to see beyond your resume. We get to know you and your strengths, and make sure that you are ready when the right job comes along. Through our networking and years of experience we have the business relationships to get you the best opportunity.
I applied for a job through priority professional placement approximately a year ago. And I was then contacted by Janet from Priority professional placement regarding this application. She has been very helpful throughout the whole process from getting the application off to getting an interview, to being offered the job. Janet is very efficient and gets back to you very quickly. I appreciate all the help that she has given me throughout the process and I will be sure to contact Priority professional placement in the future if any friends or family are looking at working with adults or children with learning disabilities Many thanks
Nursing jobs in the UK are a great way to further your career, gain invaluable experience in a progressive health care systems, expand your nursing skills, immerse yourself in a new culture, and face new challenges and opportunities. A nursing job in The UK gives you the chance to fulfill your career goals and much more.
Social Workers offer counselling and advocacy to individuals and families, and intervene when vulnerable people need safeguarding. As a social worker you may be required to support lots of people including older people, those with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and mental health conditions such as people with depression, anxiety, schizophrenia and personality disorders.
We are looking for a compassionate, caring and dedicated individual. You should be good at using your initiative and working well under pressure. To you, it's more than just a job. It's a role where you happily go the extra mile to make a difference to those in need of assistance. In return, you get excellent support and quality training.
Working with people with learning disabilities is one of the most rewarding jobs you can do.
As a Support Worker you are in a position to make a genuine positive difference: whether you work with someone who needs round-the-clock support, or someone who is living independently, your input will help them to live the best life possible.
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