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Case Study | Interim Social Housing Recruitment

Posted on January 2024

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​Talent on recommendation

Our client places its tenants at the heart of everything it does. When a policy change in work rostering created a staffing gap for an interim Housing Support Worker, an immediate solution was required that would match on both skills and values.


Priorities supported:

  • Retain an interim professional who was passionate about and committed to helping the most vulnerable people in society

  • Partner with a consultancy that understood their business and the importance of culture fit

  • Solve the staffing gap as quickly as possible

Experience applied:

  • Having successfully worked with this organisation on many occasions, when the requisition was made in a face-to-face meeting we were able to fully debrief the client and confidently assume responsibility for its placement

  • Utilising our team based approach enabled a far-reaching and immediate search to commence

Outcomes delivered:

  • Contacting approximately 80 candidates, we secured a candidate who matched on skills, outlook and, importantly, availability

  • Having confidence in our ability as a trusted recruitment partner and our commitment to the success of their placement, the client made an offer to our selected candidate on recommendation

  • By empowering us to solve their requirement, our client could focus on their dedication to delivering a high-quality service to their tenants


“Excellent communication and support.”

Discuss your Social Housing recruitment requirements with:

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Matt Dodds

Senior Consultant

0161 830 1830