Sentio Recruit are working with Clients in The UK who are recruiting Qualified Social Workers and Allied Health Professionals for Temporary and Permanent positions. We have a range of opportunities in Metropolitan and regional areas. Opportunities in The Following areasChildren and Families - Child Protection or Out of Home Care. Adult ServicesMental HealthAged CareHospital based Allied HealthCommunity based Allied Health. Temporary and Permanent roles you will need:The right to live and work in The UK ( see below)**Qualification in Social Work or Allied Health and eligibility to register with The HCPC.At least 2 years post qualifying experience in your chosen area of Professional PracticeCurrent Driving LicenceNational Police Clearance Certificate3 years of professional references. Sentio can assist you with setting up a bank account and a National Insurance number before you depart for The UK. *Sentio currently offers an introduction bonus scheme for working in The UK. We offer a $500 bonus to all Social Workers and Allied Health Professionals who are employed in The UK through Sentio Recruit, and they remain in the position for a minimum of 8 weeks. ** Do you qualify to work in The UK? If you have or are eligible for the following you may be eligible to work in The UK. If you are unsure please get in touch with us to discuss. 1) UK, Irish or other EU passport.2) Are you an Australian or New Zealand Citizen under 30 years of age? You may be eligible for a Tier 5 visa ( Youth mobility scheme.)3) Do you have a parent or grandparent who was born in The UK or . If so you may be eligible for an ancestry visa.  Please forward your resume to us at Sentio Recruit  outlining your UK visa status, your preferred location to work, and your time frame to arrive in The UK. alliedhealth@sentiorecruit.com.au  Nation - Other - Overseas Europe & Russia

Social Work Opportunities in The UK

  • Temporary and Permanent Opportunities in The UK
  • Assistance to relocate to UK.
  • $500 Introduction Bonus *

Sentio Recruit are working with Clients in The UK who are recruiting Qualified Social Workers and Allied Health Professionals for Temporary and Permanent positions. We have a range of opportunities in Metropolitan and regional areas. 

Opportunities in The Following areas

  • Children and Families - Child Protection or Out of Home Care. 
  • Adult Services
  • Mental Health
  • Aged Care
  • Hospital based Allied Health
  • Community based Allied Health. 

Temporary and Permanent roles you will need:

  • The right to live and work in The UK ( see below)**
  • Qualification in Social Work or Allied Health and eligibility to register with The HCPC.
  • At least 2 years post qualifying experience in your chosen area of Professional Practice
  • Current Driving Licence
  • National Police Clearance Certificate
  • 3 years of professional references. 

Sentio can assist you with setting up a bank account and a National Insurance number before you depart for The UK. 

*Sentio currently offers an introduction bonus scheme for working in The UK. We offer a $500 bonus to all Social Workers and Allied Health Professionals who are employed in The UK through Sentio Recruit, and they remain in the position for a minimum of 8 weeks. 

** Do you qualify to work in The UK? 

If you have or are eligible for the following you may be eligible to work in The UK. If you are unsure please get in touch with us to discuss. 

1) UK, Irish or other EU passport.

2) Are you an Australian or New Zealand Citizen under 30 years of age? You may be eligible for a Tier 5 visa ( Youth mobility scheme.)

3) Do you have a parent or grandparent who was born in The UK or . If so you may be eligible for an ancestry visa.  

Please forward your resume to us at Sentio Recruit  outlining your UK visa status, your preferred location to work, and your time frame to arrive in The UK. 

alliedhealth@sentiorecruit.com.au 

 

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Caron at paul@sentiorecruit.com.au , quoting Ref No.Sen 229 .