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With over thirteen years specialist experience, Network Health and Social Care provides total solutions for the provision of temporary/locum and permanent staff to the healthcare sector. We deliver a high quality service to a wide range of local authorities, voluntary and private sector organisations throughout the UK. 

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We are committed to placing social care professionals in every specialism, including qualified social worknursingearly yearscommunity support and residential work in both the public and private sectors. We have the broadest selection of full-time and part-time, temporary and permanent employment opportunities.

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Hot Jobs

Qualified Social Worker - Worcestershire

Network Healthcare is recruiting for a qualified Social Worker to work in Children's Services Safeguarding Team, within the Worcestershire area. View More

Community Carer / Domiciliary Care - Liverpool

Must have at least 6 months recent experience working with adults with disabilities. Car driver or local to the Everton (L5 area) are is essential due to the nature of the role. View More

Nursery Nurse/Creche Worker - Plymouth

We are able to offer various flexible hours in various childcare settings in Plymouth - from £7.50 - £8.50 per hour depending on qualifications. View More

Care Assistant - Sandwell, West Midlands

Care Assistant roles available now in the Sandwell area - up to £11 per hour View More

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