Delanie Heyes
Delanie Heyes
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Delanie Heyes

Team Leader

About Delanie

​Give us a brief overview of your professional background...

I have always worked within customer service, which eventually lead me into recruitment, and I have now been at Service Care Solutions for over 7 years.

​What roles do you recruit for and in which areas?

I recruit within the Social Work sector for both Temporary and Permanent positions across East/South London.

​What's your favourite quote/piece of advice you've ever been given?

Be kind always.

If you wasn't working in recruitment, what would you be doing?

I've always wanted to be a professional runner and compete in the Olympics.

Lastly, when you're not in work, where can we find you?

I enjoy spending time with my 3 children.

Jobs by Delanie

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Team Manager
BromleyNegotiable

Team Manager- Children's Disability Team Bromley Council Salary up to £55,890 dependant on experience + £2,000 Golden Hello + £2,000 Annual Retention Allowance There are excellent staff benefits in...

Team Manager
BromleyNegotiable

Team Manager- Children's Disability Team Bromley Council Salary up to £55,890 dependant on experience + £2,000 Golden Hello + £2,000 Annual Retention Allowance There are excellent staff benefits in...

Social worker
ChathamUp to £41567 per annum

Medway Council are recruiting for a Children in care Social worker Salary Up to £41,567 + £5,500 market premia + £3,000 annual retention payment after 1 years' service As a Children in care Social ...

Team Manager
Chatham£48658 - £49658 per annum

Medway Council are recruiting for a Team Manager for the Children in Care Team. To lead, manage and coach a team of newly qualified, experienced social workers and family support workers responsibl...

Social worker
Bromley32k

We are offering Sponsorship to Join Bromley council childrens Social work Teams You must be on Social worker England Register Looking for your next exciting adventure in social work? Look no furthe...

Social worker
Barking and Dagenham£33 - £42 per annum + £33,000 up to £42,684

Service Care Solutions are recruiting for a permanent Social Worker for the Assessment Team for London Borough of Barking & Dagenham. You must have experience of working with children & Family's an...

Social worker
ChathamUp to £41567 per annum

Medway Council are recruiting for a Children's Social worker Salary Up to £41,567 + £5,500 market premia + £3,000 annual retention payment after 1 years' service As a Childrens Social Worker you wi...

Social worker
Kent43,643

Medway Council are recruiting for an Adoption Social worker Part time Purpose of the Job: Manage a caseload of various levels of complexity, involving the assessment, planning, implementation and e...

Team Manager
KentNegotiable

Medway Council are recruiting for a Team manager for the Leaving Care Team 16+ To lead, manage and coach a team of newly qualified and experienced social workers and personal advisors responsible f...

Family Support Worker
Croydon20LTD

Croydon Council are looking for a Family support worker to join them The Post holder will deliver an intensive, targeted and high quality whole family service for Croydon families who are identifie...

Social worker
Barking and Dagenham£33 - £42 per annum + £33,000 up to £42,684

Service Care Solutions are recruiting for a permanent Social Worker for the Assessment Team for London Borough of Barking & Dagenham. You must have experience of working with children & Family's an...

Social worker
Bromley32k

We are offering Sponsorship to Join Bromley council childrens Social work Teams You must be on Social worker England Register Looking for your next exciting adventure in social work? Look no furthe...

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