Chinite Resourcing specialises in the supply of high calibre care professionals for charities, public sector organisations, Children Services, private care providers and not-for-profit organisations in and around Greater London, Essex and the Home Counties.
Combining our years of experience in social care and training, including direct line service management, gives us the background, knowledge and connections to supply high calibre health, housing and social care professionals to cover staff shortages, even at short notice.
Our skilled and reliable candidates are available at short notice to cover staff shortages, including evening and weekend shifts.
We can supply qualified GN nurses, qualified specialist nurses and trained healthcare assistants for NHS and private organisations in and around Greater London, Essex and the home counties. Our clients include:
- GP surgeries
- Nursing homes
- Residential homes
- Domiciliary care providers
- Personal budget holders
- Housing providers, including homeless shelters
- Supported housing and floating support providers
With our specialist expertise and resources, we can help you recruit the right people with the right skills. We understand the challenges when it comes to staffing in the health and social care industry and we provide up-to-date, sector specific recruitment solutions. Our specialist recruitment service can save you resources, reducing your hire cost per staff member and allowing you to focus on your core services and, ultimately, the care of your patients or residents. More information for clients seeking care staff »
At Chinite Resourcing we take time and effort to get to know our candidates and determine their career path. For our clients, our unique competency-based recruitment and selection process means the temporary care workers we supply are all reliable, skilled and competent. It also means our candidates receive a role that is appropriate for them, their requirements and their career, resulting in higher job satisfaction and happier staff. More information for care staff seeking work »