Skip to content

Recruitment Coordinator (F/T)

Please Note: The application deadline for this job has now passed.

Job Introduction

Are you a people person with a proactive approach to recruiting and building working
relationships? Are you caring, organised and have great communication & IT skills? If so,
we would love to hear from you! Abicare is expanding and looking for a full-time Recruiter to be part of a new care team working within the area of Powys. 
You will work collaboratively with the Care Operations team on a daily basis to understand upcoming staffing requirements for the service and to ensure there is a good pipeline of applicants.

Main Responsibility

  • Liaising with Head Office recruitment & marketing team regarding vacancies to be advertised
  • Promote job vacancies via social media and LinkedIn Campaigns
  •  Attending external recruitment events promoting Abicare within Job Centres, job fairs, exhibitions and local events
  • Conduct face-to-face or video interviews, following a values-based interview
  • Tracking and recording using our ATS (Application Tracking System)
  • Ensuring all successful candidates have been onboarded with DBS, RTW and full compliance
  • Assist with initial onboarding inductions and ensure necessary training is booked with the Abicare Training team
  • Attend twice-weekly HR/recruitment meetings, sharing best practice, updating on targets reached and receiving updates of legal requirements
  • Maintain contact with successful candidates until they go into post and throughout that initial settling in period
  • Build relationships with the carers in order to build up the matching process between carers and clients (know the carers' specific skills e.g. driver, speaking a particular language, experience in caring for people with specific medical conditions etc)
  • Promote and participate in Wellbeing activities and events for the carers
  • Promoting the Abicare brand on a daily basis

The Ideal Candidate

Must have:

  • Experience in recruiting and knowledge of recruitment processes and RTW, DBS etc
  • Previous experience working within the social care sector/knowledge of Social Care Wales (SCW)
  • Excellent administrative, organisational and IT skills
  • Must be proactive and have the confidence to build new relationships
  • Assertive, but personable - a definite people person, organised and able to manage high volumes of carer applications
  • Motivated by targets
  • Possess excellent analytical and communication skills
  • The ability to work alone and as part of a team
  • Full UK driving licence and a car

You will be expected to exhibit Abicare’s 5 core values (C.H.E.C.K): C- Committed H - Honest E - Empowering C- Collaborative K - Kind

Please note that we are unable to provide visa sponsorship at this time, you will need to have permission to work in the UK.

Package Description

Position:  Recruitment Coordinator (full-time)
Location:  Powys

We offer:

  • Salary £23,000 - £25,000 per annum plus commission
  • Mileage
  • Annual leave (28 days annual leave inclusive of 8 bank holidays)
  • Ongoing training and career development (funded)
  • Pension scheme
  • Laptop & mobile phone
  • Blue Light Discount Card to be used in high street stores and online 
  • Welcome bonus £400*
  • Refer a Friend Scheme £200*
  • Birthday Day Off
  • Hybrid working considered after the probationary period*
  • Wellness Hub/Mental Health First Aiders
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Recognition and Service Awards

*(T&C's apply)


About the Company

Abicare Services is part of the Health & Social care sector where we provide daily and live-in care to our clients. We are part of a fast-growing industry that also relies heavily on technology to manage the delivery of great service to its clients. Abicare is committed to integrating innovative care technology, which can assist and complement the daily or live-in care that is delivered to our clients by our carers. We are always looking at new ways to deliver care in the community. Abicare is registered with CQC (Care Quality Commission) and CIW (Care Inspectorate Wales) and works closely with local health authorities and NHS commissioners.


This website is using cookies to improve your browsing experience and to enable social media functionality. By clicking “Turn cookies on”, you agree to such purposes. Read more about cookies.