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It's great that you are considering a position at Sanctuary Personnel.

If you are a social work, criminal justice or healthcare professional looking to work with us, you can register on our website here: https://www.sanctuarypersonnel.com/users/register/new/registration. In doing this, you will be able to set up job alerts and apply for live jobs. Once you have applied for your first role, you will be assigned a specialist consultant who will support you through both the process and your employment.

Alternatively, if you are looking to work internally at Sanctuary Personnel, you can see any vacancies on our website here: https://www.sanctuarypersonnel.com/jobs/internal.

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The interview process depends on the client and the job role that you are applying for. Please get in touch with your consultant and they will be able to advise you.

We have also created a number of blogs and free resources to support your interview preparation, which are available for download from our careers hub pages on our website.

Social Care:
https://www.sanctuarypersonnel.com/sanctuary-social-care/social-care-candidates/social-care-careers

Health:
https://www.sanctuarypersonnel.com/sanctuary-health/health-candidates/health-careers-hub

Criminal Justice:
https://www.sanctuarypersonnel.com/sanctuary-criminal-justice/criminal-justice-candidates/criminal-justice-careers.

Good luck!

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We are thrilled that you have been offered an interview. Our advice would be to make sure you are prepared ahead of the day and review relevant legislation. We have a number of free downloads on the careers hub pages on our website which look at questions you may be asked in your interview and how to answer them effectively. If you have any specific concerns though, please get in touch with your consultant.

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Whether you are working as a locum or permanent candidate through Sanctuary Personnel, our website is a great resource, offering free downloadable career guides and useful blogs to help develop your career. You will have access to thousands of jobs and will benefit from ongoing support and advice from a specialist consultant, who will assist with your career progression. Further benefits for permanent candidates will be set by the client. Locum candidates will have a company pension through Sanctuary.

For internal staff, you will benefit from the following:

• A competitive salary
• Attractive commission structure (for consultants)
• Discounts at retail stores, restaurants and cinemas
• Life assurance
• Monthly and quarterly 'employee of the month/quarter' prizes which include £500 holiday vouchers or weekend prestige car access
• Team-building and staff social events
• Company pension

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It's great that you are thinking of working for Sanctuary Personnel.

If you know what type of role you are looking for, you can begin by registering on our website here: https://www.sanctuarypersonnel.com/users/register/new/registration.

Once you are registered, you can set up job alerts, upload your up-to-date CV and apply for roles online.

Alternatively, you can contact us on 0333 7000 020 and we will be able to assist in finding a role that meets your requirements.

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Your career is important to us and we work hard to understand your needs and place you into roles which we think are a good fit. However, if you are unhappy in your current position, please make contact with your consultant. We have locum and permanent positions available at all different levels and are able to assist with developing your career.

If you work internally and are unhappy in your role, please speak to your line manager or the HR team.

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It's great that you are considering a position at Sanctuary Personnel.

If you are a social work, criminal justice or healthcare professional looking to work with us, you can register on our website here: https://www.sanctuarypersonnel.com/users/register/new/registration. In doing this, you will be able to set up job alerts and apply for live jobs. Once you have applied for your first role, you will be assigned a specialist consultant who will support you through both the process and your employment.

Alternatively, if you are looking to work internally at Sanctuary Personnel, you can see any vacancies on our website here: https://www.sanctuarypersonnel.com/jobs/internal.

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We have won awards such as Best Candidate Care and Best Public/Third Sector Agency at the Recruiter Awards and work hard each day to ensure that our candidates and employees feel proud to work with us. There is no limit to what you can achieve.

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It is great that you want to prepare for your interview with Sanctuary.

For social work, criminal justice and healthcare professionals, we have created some useful guides which can be downloaded for free on our careers hub pages below. It's also a good idea to brush up on the latest legislations as this may come up in your interview...

Social Care:
https://www.sanctuarypersonnel.com/sanctuary-social-care/social-care-candidates/social-care-careers

Health:
https://www.sanctuarypersonnel.com/sanctuary-health/health-candidates/health-careers-hub

Criminal Justice:
https://www.sanctuarypersonnel.com/sanctuary-criminal-justice/criminal-justice-candidates/criminal-justice-careers.

If you have any specific concerns or questions regarding your upcoming interview, please get in touch with your consultant and they will be able to help.

For internal staff, the questions will depend entirely on the type of position. You are likely to be asked what you know about Sanctuary Personnel. You should also expect to talk about your past experience and what you think you can bring to the role; it's a good idea to read through the essential and desirable criteria before your interview.

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