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Health & Social Care
Top Job Recruitment as an Independent Recruitment Agency based in Colchester Essex with 45 years' experience recruiting staff for Warehousing, Driving and Office.
We have set a new challenge and brought in the Health and Social Care Division to provide the best solutions available in the recruitment industry with knowledge of what is required and years of experience.
Top Job will be offering Permanent Recruitment Solutions for all areas of the Care Industry and working closely with local authorities to provide Care in the Community packages.
Specialist in Health & Social Care
Jack Brownsdon - Health & Social Care Recruitment Consultant
Jack has been working in healthcare recruitment for about a year and a half now recruiting across multiple sectors within healthcare across London, Essex, and Suffolk.
Jack is passionate about creating strong relationships with his candidates and clients to ensure that all parties are satisfied. There’s no better feeling than matching somebody up with their dream role, and jack loves to do that. Working within a strong team who communicate well and work hard is really important to Jack as it creates the best experience for the candidate and the client.
Why businesses choose us...
We believe recruitment should be personal and bespoke to each clients strict requirements. Why do we stand out from other recruitment agencies?
Industry Specialists on specifically Health & Social Care
We go that extra mile to fulfill our clients needs
Pre interview qualification with each candidate to make sure they are suitable for the role
Why candidates choose us...
We individually get to know our candidates and understand their needs and wants from their next career move. This is how we support our candidates and provide them with continuous support from interview to start of employment.
We will help you fulfill your Career Ambitions
Interview Tips and Advice to make sure you shine at your interview
Aftercare service once placed into your new role to make sure you are happy and enjoying every day
Support / Care Workers
The definition of Support/ Care Worker is someone who looks after the well-being of vulnerable people. They help people to live their lives as independently as possible and support them in reaching their potential, through both practical and emotional support.
The type of care you provide will be tailored to the needs of the individual. It is an incredibly varied and rewarding role as you will be helping vulnerable people to improve their quality of life, achieve their goals and make a very real and positive difference to their lives.
You could work both independently and as part of a team, in a variety of different settings, such as in the individual’s home, a care home or a day centre.
A Support/Care Worker role will vary depending on the person you’re supporting, as well as seniority and specialism, but generally speaking...
...you will be supporting vulnerable people with many aspects of their day-to-day living, helping them to take care of themselves and live a fulfilled life. Different people will need support for different reasons. For instance, they may have mental health needs, learning disabilities, medical conditions or physical disabilities.
As a Support/Care Worker, you could be working in people's homes, in the community or in health and social care settings, and may help them with tasks such as mobility, eating and drinking, or personal care. There are many different types of support worker roles available, including Family support workers, Mental health support workers and Community support workers.
The career prospects are good too, with lots of opportunities to progress your career into more senior roles, such as team leader or service manager, or a different specialism, such as mental health or dementia.
Seniors / Deputies / Managers
The Senior/Deputy and Registered Home Manager will provide management and leadership to a team of Support/Care Workers and Support Practitioners.
They will be responsible for ensuring all current and newly referred individuals are properly assessed and that high quality, person-centred support is provided for all supported individuals. They will ensure support teams have the skills and competences required and will provide a developmental focus for practice.
The Senior/Deputy/Registered Home Manager will ensure that all regulatory and contractual standards are met and exceeded.
They will be responsible for ensuring good communication channels are established and maintained to facilitate new referrals and joint working.
The Senior/Deputy/Residential Home Manager will be responsible for managing staff and delegated budgets in accordance to the Policies and Procedures.
Key to the job is adopting a proactive approach to achieving a positive, engaging, promotional and relationship building role with Local Authorities and all other stakeholders.