Welcome to 4RecruitmentServices
4Recruitment Services is an award winning staffing solutions organisation, consisting of a group of individually driven specialist divisions operating in the Healthcare, Social Care, IT & Telecoms, Admin/Non Clinical & Non Medical and Building Sectors. Our dynamic company structure with centralised corporate services as its engine ensures both candidates and clients get access to the best opportunities available. We are committed to the highest standards of service and this, along with our numerous industry accreditations has shaped our reputation with both candidates and clients alike.
Targeted planning has seen us awarded on to various national frameworks and public sector contracts, allowing us to offer unparalleled opportunities for both clients and candidates. We believe that our strategy of corporate stability along with a tailored approach to service makes us the clear modern recruitment partner of choice.
- Social care on its knees and government must act on funding and staff this year, MPs warn
Promotional advertising campaign needed to attract social care workers driven out by low pay, low morale and Brexit The government must announce and implement a credible solution to address the lon...Read article
- 'I feel like I'm drowning': healthcare inspector faces deportation by Home Office
Officials brand skilled worker and mother of three ‘risk to national security’ after minor tax amendment At least 1,000 highly skilled migrants wrongly face deportation, experts reveal A former ins...Read article
- NHS: How much does it spend on the private sector?
Health and Social Care Secretary Jeremy Hunt has written to private health companies following a report by the regulator the Care Quality Commission (CQC). It found that while most private hospital...Read article
- 'Farming Out' Children In Care Is Creating A Perfect Storm For Abuse
Soaring numbers of very vulnerable children are being “farmed out” to live in children’s homes vast distances from where they live Soaring numbers of very vulnerable children are being “farmed out”...Read article
- NHS in ‘relegation zone’: Britain hit by staff crisis in the health sector
BRITAIN has fewer doctors, nurses and hospital beds per person than almost any country in the western world. STAFF CRISIS: Numbers compare badly Only Poland has fewer medical staff, research on 21 ...Read article
- Improved mental health care funding for new mums
New and expectant mothers in England will be able to access help with mental health problems more easily within the next year, according to NHS England. More than £20m will be spent on services in ...Read article
- Child mortality rate 'one and a half times higher in England than in Sweden'
More than 6,000 fewer children would have died between 2003 and 2012 if England’s rate had been the same as Sweden’s, researchers said Deaths in children under five occur one and half times more of...Read article
- NHS England in biggest challenge tackling diabetes in the UK
NHS England is looking ahead to a better NHS with a Five Year Forward View, aiming to deliver a better and more responsive NHS in England. Diabetes has become a priority because it is estimated tha...Read article
- Social work’s future lies in specialisation
Scotland’s former chief inspector of social work Angus Skinner says that for the profession to survive it needs to work with others Louise Tickle deserves support for her brave piece (Stop the stat...Read article
- Breast cancer screening scandal: How many women have been affected by NHS 'failure'?
A BREAST cancer screening failure was revealed to the House of Commons by Jeremy Hunt today. The failure means up to 270 women have had their lives ‘shortened’ after they did not receive an invitat...Read article
- The state has a terrible secret: it kidnaps our children
Councils are keeping children in care against their parents’ wishes. Until family courts are opened up, these human rights abuses will continue to be hidden from view Imagine you’re a single mother...Read article
- NHS board finances to be published monthly
The health secretary has agreed to publish the finances of NHS boards every month in the wake of the financial crisis at NHS Tayside. Shona Robison said the move would provide "greater transparency...Read article
"I have found 4Social Work to be different to other agencies - they treat me as an individual. They have worked with me to agree an appropriate strategy for presenting my skills and experience to employers, and they’ve offered encouragement and support when needed. I am now happily working in an ideal placement and I continue to receive emails and phone calls of support from my 4Social Work consultant. When the time comes for me to move to another position I will feel confident that 4Social Work will find me another great position."
Tim – Social Worker
"After 11 years working for local authorities I have finally taken 'the plunge' and become a self-employed social worker. 4Social Work immediately found me a perfect job with good communication, negotiation, information and a feeling of support. Thank you!"
Katie – Social Worker
"On the day I registered with 4Social Work, on the internet, I had a phone call and I believe within two days they had arranged an interview with a local authority where I was successful. I have found this service to be very professional and I would have recommended this company to other professionals."
Nichala – Social Worker
"I cannot thank you enough for all the help you have given me.
It was thanks to your excitement about this role which made me go meet them last week! So pleased you swayed me into going, as they completely changed the offer and the role to suit my skill set. You have been amazing and very supportive to me, I really do appreciate it. You made a normally difficult and lengthy process a breeze! Thank you! I promise to stay in touch and keep you posted on how things map out, so watch this space."
Emma – Head of Care
"I have worked with Taz for approximately five years, the reasons I have stuck with her as my consultant are for the following; I have always found her hard working, open and honest, she has worked hard finding me the positions I want in the location I wanted to work, she has always delivered what she has said she is going to do for me in terms of positions. This is why I will continue working with Taz."
"Luke is a highly personable individual. He is respectful of my requirements and has ensured my preferences are considered in identifying suitable roles for me.
He has also encouraged me to think outside the box in order to develop my experience in roles I may not have otherwise considered. If I have any problems I do not hesitate to contact Luke who is always responsive."
Karen – Learning Disabilities Team
"Luke, my account manager has been supportive and consistent throughout. I guess at times I can be quite difficult and demanding, but Luke has remained professional and made every effort to resolve any issue arising at that time. Luke is available to discuss any matter at any time, and even at weekends. Luke has a very proactive approach to his work, and in seeking work for me. Luke has a very friendly and approachable manner and I am very happy to have him as my account manager."
I am absolutely delighted that I have been offered the role. Once again Luke, I want to thank you for all your hard work, effort and the amount of time you have spent helping me to get my new exciting role. I am really looking forward to working with yourselves at 4Social Work, as you all have a brilliant reputation there.
Anon – Social Worker
I have been with 4Social Work for almost two years. During this time I have found the organisation to be very professional, friendly and helpful. In addition, I have found my personal consultant Jordan Morrissey to be particularly supportive. If there is an issue, which is rare, he will resolve it quickly and is always on the end of the telephone or email. I would have no hesitation in recommending this agency.
Rachel - Advanced Social Worker
- £10 - £15 per hour
- High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
- £16000 - £19500 per annum
- Battersea, London
- £31000 - £35000 per annum
- Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset
- £17000 - £22000 per annum + Commision
- Ilford, Essex
- £10 - £15 per hour
- High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
- East London, London
- Taunton, Somerset
- Chelmsford, Essex
- £14900 - £16000 per annum
- Harlow, Essex
- £10 - £15 per hour
- Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
- Up to £419 per day
- West London, London
- £8.00 - £8.40 per hour
- Northumberland, England
- £35000 - £38000 per annum
- Bedfordshire, England
Some Of Our Accreditations
See some of our accreditations and clients we work with