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Exciting new vacancy for Recruitment Co-ordinator in Sale, Manchester

Recruitment Co-ordinator Vacancy

Location:                              Sale Office

Hours:                                   35

Benefits:                              34 days annual leave per annum, 10 days sick leave (after qualification period)

Routes Healthcare is looking to appoint a Staffing and Recruitment Co-ordinator for a fast paced health, social and child care provider.  Based in the Sale office you will have excellent time management and administrations skills.  Matching skills and juggling priorities of a busy workload will be the base of this energetic and fun role. 

Working a 35 hours week with 34 days annual leave the environment is an enjoyable and progressive one.  Opportunities exist for personal development and career progression should you so wish. 

If you are looking to work for a professional and caring employer,  and a Recruitment Co-ordinator job is one in which you have experience, please contact Yvonne Barlow on 0161 359 3342 or e-mail yvonnebarlow@routeshealthcare.com direct with your CV.

Posted by: Andrew Healing on March 5th, 2013 @ 1:24 PM

What a shock!

I delivered an eventful Manual Handling Course on Friday – Let’s just say it was a shocking experience! A combination of an airbed, slide sheets and a polyester shirt certainly woke us up! Putting aside the static shocks it was a great course – We looked at some alternative methods of assisting our clients up the bed.

I’m off to Sale today to deliver Medication Awareness training- Let’s hope this course is pain free!

 

Posted In : Training
Posted by: Abby Hough on March 25th, 2013 @ 10:00 AM

Routes Healthcare Branch Manager helps school in Zimbabwe

Yvonne Barlow, Routes Branch Manager in Sale, has kindly donated books and clothes to Guni Secondary School in Zimbabwe.

Below is an extract from the thank you received from the Chairman of the school.

"The donation came at the right time when we, through the Guni Old Students Association, are pushing for a revamp of the system at the schools, seeking to improve performance in both curricular and extracurricular activities. The current state of the schools and the educational system needs review and we are engaging all stakeholders for support. For the Primary school, reconstruction in required (see attached photos), while at the secondary school, it is a matter of adding educational resources and reviewing the system. We envisage transforming Guni Schools into model schools, centres of excellence in core and non-core curricular activities, and schools which upholds highest levels of discipline, integrity and professionalism. To achieve this, involvement of the community, former students, and other interested stakeholders is of paramount importance. As such, we are actively pushing for increased and committed participation of these stakeholders in the development of the school. We are striving to inculcate a sense of social responsibility in the former students so that they come on board to assist the schools and the community at large with similar if not better donations. 

A selection of books kindly donated by Yvonne and friends.

Current State of the School

Lastly, kindly express our gratitude to the people who enabled this donation to be a reality success. Special mention goes to Yvonne Barlow who provided some of the books and Mr Magada who assisted with the logistical arrangements for shipment of the books. Indeed, these are our partners and true Friends of Guni Schools!!! We would be glad to receive more donations from you."

 

Posted by: on May 16th, 2013 @ 09:03 AM

Always nice to receive a compliment.......

This was a compliment for Leanne Burke, who works from our Sale Office of Routes Healthcare.

"Just wanted to let you know mum passed away this afternoon. Thank you so much for looking after her and the family. It made things so much easier to know there was some body there who truly cared. Thank you. xx"


Well done Leanne!

Posted by: on July 3rd, 2013 @ 4:10 PM

Congratulations to Paul Farnell and Miriam Masocha for completing their NVQ’s in record time.

Yvonne Barlow (Branch Manager Routes Healthcare Sale), has just awarded certificates to Paul Farnell and Miriam Masocha.  Well done to both of you for completing your NVQ's in record time with CATS as the training provider.

 

Posted by: on November 18th, 2013 @ 08:44 AM

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