Council looks down under to fill social work posts

first_img Comments are closed. Social workers from Australia and New Zealand are beingtargeted to fill vacancies in the UK. “Consequently, 95 per cent of those interviewed were offeredand accepted social work positions within Newham.” Now, Capita is preparing to introduce an internationalcampaign to target suitable candidates in Australia and New Zealand to helpfill remaining vacancies at Newham. Rashid Patel, principal HR officer for London Borough ofNewham, said, “Suitable candidates were pre-selected and screened by Capita,saving us valuable time and resources and ensuring that only appropriatecandidates were invited to attend panel interviews. Previous Article Next Article By Lisa Bratby Council looks down under to fill social work postsOn 9 Nov 2000 in Personnel Today The London Borough of Newham has recruited nine qualifiedsocial worker within the UK in the first six weeks of a recruitment campaign beingrun with the help of a dedicated team from professional support serviceorganisation Capita. Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

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