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Phil Garcia


Phil Garcia


Healthcare, Social Care & Housing

About Me:


With over 8 years’ experience in both Healthcare & Social Care recruitment, Phil began his recruitment career placing Nurses, Midwives and Healthcare Assistants into the NHS. Using his experience, Phil currently recruits for mid to long-term contracts and permanent positions, for specialist Health, Social Care & Housing roles. Phil prides himself in developing rapports with clients and candidates alike.

Latest Jobs

    Family Engagement Worker - Leading Sight Loss Charity

    Family Engagement Worker £33,500 per annum Permanent, Full Time Manchester TPP are working in partnership with RSBC - Royal Society for Blind Children, who have a mission to change the lives of every single blind child and to make sure they have the self-belief and skills to fulfil their p...

    Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester | Salary £33500 per annum + Travel expenses
    Ref: J61543PG_1499424715 | Published: 07 Jul 2017

    Children's Service Manager - Leading Childrens Charity

    Children's Service Manager £33,423.93 - £41,421.11 per annum plus Outer London Weighting £1,848 per annum 6 Months Fixed Term Contract with potential for extension East London IG3 TPP's client is a leading National Childrens charity who aim to make a real difference to the lives of the most vul...

    Location: Ilford, Essex | Salary £33423.93 - £41421.11 per annum + £1,848 pa Outer London Weighting
    Ref: J61554PG_1499417581 | Published: 07 Jul 2017

    Mobility & Habilitation Specialist - Leading Sight Loss Charity

    Mobility and Habilitation Specialist Circa £26,082 per annum Permanent, 37.5 hours per week, weekend work (negotiable) 25 days holiday Bromley, South East London (with some travel requirements) TPP are working in partnership with RSBC - Royal Society for Blind Children, who have a m...

    Location: Bromley, Kent | Salary £26082 per annum
    Ref: J61180PG_1499078867 | Published: 03 Jul 2017

Phil Garcia's Blog Posts

Supporting carers in the workplace

According to employers for carers, 1 in 9 people in your workforce will be caring for someone who is older, disabled or seriously ill and with an ageing population and people living longer, more people in the workplace are going to have caring responsibilities. Yet the CIPD reported that only a third of employers currently support working carers.  Clearly showing you support carers can help attract staff that may not have otherwise applied and will benefit retention. It can also reduce stre...

Author: Phil Garcia
Published: 14 Jun 2017