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Nursing Recruitment Agency Wales

Find the latest Hoop Nursing job below, click on see all nursing jobs to see all the latest advertised Nursing jobs from Hoop Recruitment. Don’t see what you want? Call us on 02922 400519 and speak with one of our professional consultants.”

Job TitleTypeAreaSalary Package Details
Qualified Social Worker
Senior Social Worker - Leaving Care Yate, South Gloucestershire ContractSouth West£35 + Per Hour View/Apply
Deputy Manager
Hoop Nursing are seeking a passionate and experienced Deputy Manager to join a reputable service in Permanent - Full timeCardiff£40,001 - £45,000 Per Annum View/Apply
Part time Learning Disabilities Social Worker
Part time Social Worker Adults with Learning Disabilities ContractCardiff£17.51 - £20.00 Per Hour View/Apply
Independent Reviewing Officer (IRO)
Independent Reviewing Officer North Powys Pay ContractPowys£35 + Per Hour View/Apply

Social Care Recruitment Agency Wales

Find the latest Hoop Social Care jobs below, click on see all Social Care jobs to see all the latest advertised Social Care jobs from Hoop Recruitment. Don’t see what you want? Call us on 02922 400519 and speak with one of our professional consultants.

Job TitleTypeAreaSalary Package Details
Hospital Director
Hospital Director Ebbw Vale £60,000+ Hoop Nursing are looking Permanent - Full timeBlaenau Gwent£60,000 + Per Annum View/Apply
Staff Nurse
Staff Nurse (RGN/RMN/RNLD) (DAYS) Exmouth £3 Permanent - Full timeSouth West£30,001 - £35,000 Per Annum View/Apply
Registered General Nurse
Hoop Nursing have an exciting opportunity available! We are actively seeking a Registered Nurse to j Permanent - Full timeCardiff£15.01 - £17.50 Per Hour View/Apply
Night Nurse
Staff Nurse (RGN, RMN)Newport£17.50 per hour + allow Permanent - Full timeNewport£15.01 - £17.50 Per Hour View/Apply

Education Recruitment Agency Wales

Find the latest Hoop Education jobs below, click on see all Education jobs to see all the latest advertised Education jobs from Hoop Recruitment. Don’t see what you want? Call us on 02922 400519 and speak with one of our professional consultants.

HR Recruitment Agency Wales

Find the latest Hoop HR jobs below, click on see all HR jobs to see all the latest advertised HR jobs from Hoop Recruitment. Don’t see what you want? Call us on 02922 400519 and speak with one of our professional consultants.

Social Work Recruitment Agency Wales

Find the latest Hoop Social Work jobs below, click on see all Social Work jobs to see all the latest advertised Social Work jobs from Hoop Recruitment. Don’t see what you want? Call us on 02922 400519 and speak with one of our professional consultants.

Job TitleTypeAreaSalary Package Details
Hospital Director
Hospital Director Ebbw Vale £60,000+ Hoop Nursing are looking Permanent - Full timeBlaenau Gwent£60,000 + Per Annum View/Apply
Staff Nurse
Staff Nurse (RGN/RMN/RNLD) (DAYS) Exmouth £3 Permanent - Full timeSouth West£30,001 - £35,000 Per Annum View/Apply
Registered General Nurse
Hoop Nursing have an exciting opportunity available! We are actively seeking a Registered Nurse to j Permanent - Full timeCardiff£15.01 - £17.50 Per Hour View/Apply
Night Nurse
Staff Nurse (RGN, RMN)Newport£17.50 per hour + allow Permanent - Full timeNewport£15.01 - £17.50 Per Hour View/Apply

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Home Schooling - The new normal by Ryan Jones
  Home Schooling – The new normal The decision to close schools on 20 th March immediately threw family life into chaos for family acrossthe UK. The routine of getting the kids dress for school and waving them off for the day disappeared,and was replaced by uncertainty, confusion, and dread for many families. As a teacher, I placed a high degree of expectation on myself that I would now become my children’steacher and take on full responsibility for their education, all the while continuing to do my ‘normal’job from home. It quickly became apparent that my expectations were wildly optimistic and, ifanything, were having a detrimental impact on both my work, and the standard of learning that mychildren were receiving. So I decided to cut myself (and my children) a bit of slack, and focus on creating an environmentwhere there was no pressure the do a certain amount of work in a day, or to make sure that certaintasks were completed within a certain timeframe. As much as this is a difficult time for us as parents,it is equally, or even more challenging for our children. Their whole lives have been turned upsidedown. They can’t see their friends, their teachers, or their grandparents, aunties, uncles, cousins,etc., and are having to cope with their daily routine being completely different to what they are usedto. So, I donned my teacher hat and came at the issue from a different angle and set to creating aproductive working environment for both myself and my children. The first step was preparation – planning what activities we were going to attempt for that day (I’vepurposely used the work attempt here!) My first port of call was looking at what their class teachershad provided to make sure that we were able to do them at home. My children’s teachers arefantastic and have provided a stream of activities and resources that we can do at home, so I havebeen very fortunate in this area. I also tried to plan activities that my children would enjoy and wantto do. As an example, I have started giving my daughter piano lessons twice a week, and (so far) sheloves going to practice in between our lessons and is excited to learn new things each lesson.The next step was to set a routine. This included ‘wake-up’ times, breaks, set lunchtimes, and a‘normal’ bedtime. Children are used to having routines and I think this has made the transition tohome-schooling a lot easier. Next, I decided to set up a ‘classroom’. It’s important to distinguish between working and relaxationspaces, so my dining table then became ‘Mr Jones’ Classroom’. For my children, this has workedreally well. The are no distractions for them and they know that when they are sat at the table, it istime for them to do school work. We are now fully into our new working week and home-schooling has become the new norm. I amnot going to tell you that it has been easy, because it hasn’t. I won’t say that there haven’t beendifficulties (and arguments!), because there have been. I won’t even say that I have given mychildren the same education they would have had in school, because I know that I haven’t. Mychildren are dying to go back to school, and when it is safe for schools to re-open, they will be therewith their uniforms on and their school bags packed. But until then, I’ll continue to do my best tomake sure that they have some semblance of normality. It goes without saying, but I’m going to say it anyway - I am immensely proud of my children, as I know all parents are, and they way the are coping with the current situation, and if there is one thing I want them to remember when all this blows over; it doesn’t matter have many maths questions they have answered, and how many books they’ve read. All that matters is that they know how proud of them my wife and I are and that welove them with all of our being.  
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Home Schooling - The new normal by Ryan Jones
Home Schooling – The new normal The decision to close schools on 20 th March immediately threw family life into chaos for family acrossthe UK. The routine of getting the kids dress for school and waving them off for the day disappeared,and was replaced by uncertainty, confusion, and dread for many families. As a teacher, I placed a high degree of expectation on myself that I would now become my children’steacher and take on full responsibility for their education, all the while continuing to do my ‘normal’job from home. It quickly became apparent that my expectations were wildly optimistic and, ifanything, were having a detrimental impact on both my work, and the standard of learning that mychildren were receiving. So I decided to cut myself (and my children) a bit of slack, and focus on creating an environmentwhere there was no pressure the do a certain amount of work in a day, or to make sure that certaintasks were completed within a certain timeframe. As much as this is a difficult time for us as parents,it is equally, or even more challenging for our children. Their whole lives have been turned upsidedown. They can’t see their friends, their teachers, or their grandparents, aunties, uncles, cousins,etc., and are having to cope with their daily routine being completely different to what they are usedto. So, I donned my teacher hat and came at the issue from a different angle and set to creating aproductive working environment for both myself and my children. The first step was preparation – planning what activities we were going to attempt for that day (I’vepurposely used the work attempt here!) My first port of call was looking at what their class teachershad provided to make sure that we were able to do them at home. My children’s teachers arefantastic and have provided a stream of activities and resources that we can do at home, so I havebeen very fortunate in this area. I also tried to plan activities that my children would enjoy and wantto do. As an example, I have started giving my daughter piano lessons twice a week, and (so far) sheloves going to practice in between our lessons and is excited to learn new things each lesson.The next step was to set a routine. This included ‘wake-up’ times, breaks, set lunchtimes, and a‘normal’ bedtime. Children are used to having routines and I think this has made the transition tohome-schooling a lot easier. Next, I decided to set up a ‘classroom’. It’s important to distinguish between working and relaxationspaces, so my dining table then became ‘Mr Jones’ Classroom’. For my children, this has workedreally well. The are no distractions for them and they know that when they are sat at the table, it istime for them to do school work. We are now fully into our new working week and home-schooling has become the new norm. I amnot going to tell you that it has been easy, because it hasn’t. I won’t say that there haven’t beendifficulties (and arguments!), because there have been. I won’t even say that I have given mychildren the same education they would have had in school, because I know that I haven’t. Mychildren are dying to go back to school, and when it is safe for schools to re-open, they will be therewith their uniforms on and their school bags packed. But until then, I’ll continue to do my best tomake sure that they have some semblance of normality. It goes without saying, but I’m going to say it anyway - I am immensely proud of my children, as I know all parents are, and they way the are coping with the current situation, and if there is one thing I want them to remember when all this blows over; it doesn’t matter have many maths questions they have answered, and how many books they’ve read. All that matters is that they know how proud of them my wife and I are and that welove them with all of our being.
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Nursing - HOW THE JOB MARKET HAS BEEN IMPACTED BY COVID-19 BY Rhian Smith
I still can’t quite comprehend what is going on in the world right now, although I am doing my best to make sure I am moving along with it and implementing anything I can to safeguard my agency nurses. The way we are looking at things is that people take precedence over profit, without doubt. I would like to think this is how every agency is feeling, but I have heard a few horror stories. I understand the need to maintain business, but there are lives at stake. Our approach to recruitment, at this very moment, is to focus on ensuring the incredible nurses that are working through Hoop are safe and know that we sincerely care about their well-being. We of course, need more nurses to support the homes and are actively, yet sensitively recruiting. In terms of changes, we have noticed a massive influx in nursing services across the private sector reaching out and needing support of agency staff, but as quickly as their own staff are isolating, we naturally are experiencing the same issue, and it is completely understandable as to why the nurses are isolating. They are following government guidance and being responsible. Hoop work with some wonderful services and are completely humbled by what they are doing to make sure the residents in their care continue to receive the care and social interactions that they need, despite working on skeletal staff numbers. We are recruiting to increase our capacity to support them and help them in the fight against this pandemic.    Thanks,   Rhi
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Education - How the job market has been impacted by COVID-19 by Blair Driscoll
As you can all imagine as soon as the closure of schools was announced the immediate day-to-day supply market came to a grinding halt, initially our immediate concern was securing pay for out teaching and support staff who had been booked on long term contracts, which we have been very successful in doing so. It was then a case of actively trying to find our staff alternate work, with Hoop having a Health & Social Care division we immediately contacted Children's Residential Homes, Care Homes etc and transferred a large number of staff across from schools into immediate placements.   After the initial settling down period, we continued speaking to the Key Decision-makers within schools on a regular basis and have picked up a number of September vacancies that we are working on and we have secured positions for some of our candidates already. Head Teachers who we have worked with over a long period of time and who trust our judgement and value our honesty have already said to expect an increase in the number of September vacancies they give to us as they still do not know whether they will personally be able to interview candidates in the same way as they would normally would.   At present we are all working form home and using this time to register new candidates so we are primed ready to fill all schools requirements when they do re-open which will hopefully be before the end of the Summer term. We have already registered a large number of PGCE students who would be normally at this time of year be in the middle of their 2nd school placement, Olivia our NQT Mentor has recently written a training package to help the them through their NQT year and the new Professional Development Passport.    If you are a PGCE Student, an NQT, possibly a Teacher or Teaching Assistant whose current position has ended or you are just looking for a new agency who care about their staff then please give us a ring. One of the team will talk you through our current vacancies,  the online registration process and will arrange a Zoom/Whatsapp call  for a face to face registration and to verify your documents.  
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Social work - How the job market has been impacted by COVID-19 by Sarah Leigh
Since lockdown we have experienced a lot of our clients putting their vacancies on-hold until further notice. One of the main reasons behind this is due to the challenges of on-boarding agency social workers when offices are closed and the expectation is to work solely from home. We are still speaking to our clients regularly, and they have confirmed they are still wanting to move forward with these vacancies once in a better position to determine what the future is going to look like. Most are aware that potentially the future will still mean a considerable amount of home working and online meetings.  We are in talks with some clients re future positions also, i.e they are forward planning more. Such as where permanent staff are working their notice we have had contracts come up for in 2 months' time where people are leaving to go elsewhere / retire. There will forever be a need for locum social workers so do not worry that the market is "drying up". This is just for the immediate period and ourselves as well as our clients anticipate an influx of roles post lockdown. We are using this time internally to register those candidates who are possibly not happy in their roles/contract coming to an end / looking for a change of agency etc. If you are interested in registering with Hoop Social Work, now is the best time to do this. We can get you compliant and ready for work in advance of roles coming through. This means there will be no delay other than your potential notice period, as your DBS and references and all other documentation will be in place already. If you want to register with myself at Hoop I am setting up Zoom calls for the next 2 weeks to do face to face registrations and verify documents. If you would like me to arrange this please get in touch and i will allocate a slot, and work to your availability around your current commitments i.e homeschooling / workload / house chores etc   Thank you for taking the time to read. Sarah Leigh - 02922 400519 sarah.leigh@hooprecruitment.co.uk
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