To coincide with Employability Day, 17 June, The Growth Company have launched a new Working in Health and Social Care brochure to help people interested in working in this sector.
Would you like to work in a job role where you have the capacity to change lives for the better?
GC Employment has launched our Working in Health and Social Care brochure. In the Health and Social Care sector, you can work in a fast-paced environment where no two days are the same. Over 1.6 million people are employed within the sector with an additional 500,000 jobs, in over 80 different roles, to become available by 2030.
Our working brochure will cover how to get started, what training and qualifications you’ll need (and how to get them), job progression opportunities, and how to ‘step up’ into a senior role.
Employability Day (Friday 17th June) is an opportunity for employment support organisations and employers to celebrate their hard work in supporting people to enter/progress in employment. This blog looks at our Sales Team, and how they’ve been filling vacancies within the team and our partners.
Step into Work
Colin, one of our participants on the Restart Scheme, was booked in by his advisor Rayna to meet EEC’s Amy and Seb at our ‘Step into Work’ Eccles centre, for a face-to-face meeting aiming to support Colin in finding the right job opportunity. After their meeting with Colin, Amy and Seb recognised that he would make a great asset to the GC family within the EEC team. After passing his CV onto HR, Colin was quickly interviewed by Fern and Ronnie who agreed he was the right fit for this role within the team. Colin has been with GC for over month now and has settled in easily, building relationships with colleagues, finding suitable employers, and securing interviews for the caseloads the team supports. If you have customers like Colin who are ready to progress into employment, book them into a meeting with the Step into Work team.
Carlisle Support Services have been working with GC Employment for over 10 years now, supporting hundreds of candidates into sustainable employment opportunities through regular and varied activities hosted at Lee House. Carlisle recruit Revenue Protection, Revenue Enforcement Officers and Security Officers to work across Greater Manchester train stations. The role of their staff is to provide a highly visible presence at locations, supporting strategies aimed at reducing tickles travel by ensuring customers possess valid tickets. Currently, they are recruiting a large volume of roles an are looking for people who have good communication skills and are well presented. Candidates do not need to have any previous experience, as full training will be provided. Click here to find out more about what it’s like to work for Carlisle Support Services.
United for Ukraine
United for Ukraine is a support initiative which aims to help Ukrainian refugees by finding sustainable employment alongside other support, The Tourism & Hospitality Talent hub have been working closely with various employers from the sector to create suitable job opportunities and working environments for the people accessing the service. The Lowry Hotel, an employer GC Employment have worked with for several years, has successfully supported a refugee into employment with the assistance of Margaret Bartnikiewicz and Marianna Vaszilyiv. The Lowry Hotel are an excellent, supportive employer in Salford – they are keen to engage with a diverse range of talent and work hard to retain that talent through support and further training. If you have a customer looking for roles within Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism please speak to your local EEC.
If you’re an employer looking at recruiting for your team, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.