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Group GTI works with NHS in drive to recruit social care staff during pandemic 

06 / 05 / 2020Fiona Doherty


TARGETjobs are proud to partner with the NHS and other major careers platforms to help the drive to recruit people to work in the area of adult social care. The ‘Care for others. Make a difference’ campaign   was launched on April 23rd to support the NHS aim of highlighting the vital role of social care during the pandemic and how rewarding a career in the sector can be.

The campaign was launched on the website  www.everydayisdifferent.com. 

Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock said that the UK was extremely grateful for the tireless work of the nation’s 1.5 million social care workers.


“We are all grateful to the huge number of social care workers working night and day to provide quality care to the most vulnerable in our society. I want this campaign to reignite the search for people with a zest for caring and protecting our most vulnerable to step forward to join them,” he said.


TARGETjobs, one of the UK’s leading jobs and careers advice sites are working with the NHS and other sites such as Indeed and Monster to ensure that opportunities in the sector are highlighted in terms of both advertising and job vacancies.

TARGETjobs is published by Group GTI, the UK and Ireland’s leading provider of graduate jobs and careers advice, and also works with employers looking to attract and recruit the most talented and engaged students.

Group GTI recently launched a support  site for students about their career options and choices during the coronavirus pandemic. NextStepSupport.org is a partnership to assist Irish and UK students at this challenging time.