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Integra People is a national recruitment consultancy, providing quality contract, temporary, and permanent staffing solutions to clients from our wide network of UK offices.

Back in 2008 when our business was established, we wanted a name that revolved around our fundamental values of ‘integrity’ and ‘people’, and from this Integra people was born.

People are the biggest assets to our business, therefore we only hire the best, to ensure we deliver an outstanding level of client and candidate service. From our consultants to our administrators, our team is professional, always ready to listen, and will go the extra mile.

We are one of the fastest growing recruitment companies in the UK, and as a corporate member of the Recruitment & Employment Confederation Ltd (REC), we are committed to upholding the excellent standards of practice set by the REC.

Partnering with the right recruitment specialist can add value to your business, and as a dynamic recruitment agency, we possess the right skills, experience, and knowledge to match your recruitment requirements.

Combining our deep industry knowledge and an unmatched understanding of human potential, we provide professional talent resourcing in the areas of construction, engineering, manufacturing & industrial, IT & telecoms, commercial & business support, healthcare and education.

In 2014, we invested £750,000 into a brand new head office based in Birchwood, Warrington.  The business was originally established in Birchwood and we are delighted to continue investment in the area with the acquisition of our new property and an ongoing commitment to creating more jobs for local people. With this move we were able to create 20 new jobs in the following 2 years.

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Warehouse Supervisor

£14.69 - £14.69 per hour

Integra People are recruiting for an experience Warehouse Supervisor to join the team at a well established pharmaceutical company based in Glasgow.

Applicants will need a team leader and / or supervisory background and be able to provide previous work related references.

You will be managing a team of stores person's and forklift operators within the warehouse, undertaking stock and goods out as well as goods in and orders being despatched.

Contract length: 12 weeks contract with a view to being taken on a permanent basis.

Contract length: 12 weeks

Expected start date: 24/01/2022

Job Types: Full-time, Temp to perm

Salary: £14.69 per hour

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift

Work remotely:

  • No
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Support Worker

£9 - £13.5 per hour

Main responsibilities:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to

  • Supporting individuals to increase independent living skills around the home (cleaning, cooking, personal care, laundry/ironing, budgeting/paying bills, meal planning/shopping)
  • Supporting individuals with the administration of medication
  • Supporting individuals to arrange & attend all appointments
  • Supporting individuals to access the community to participate in activities of their choosing such as leisure, education, or employment
  • Providing detailed reports within supported individuals personal plans including outcomes, risk assessments, ELP's and Health Action Plans
  • Ensuring finances are protected in relation to supported individuals
  • Ensuring support is person centred and recorded & monitored appropriately to realise achievements for supported individuals
  • Working with families to foster open, honest communication and promoting a willingness to continuously improve the service their family member receives

Skills and Experience:

  • Passionate, caring, fun.
  • Person centred.
  • Able to work as part of a team.
  • A good knowledge base of the needs of the people with disability.
  • 6 months previous experience in a similar role
  • DBS dated within last 12 months
  • Relevant certifications and qualifications and mandatory training e.g. safeguarding, basic life support
  • Right to work in the UK

Immediate starts are available once clearance is completed, long term bookings and flexible hours to suit you.

If you are interested in this role and have the relevant experience, please contact Liv on 01925 839 823 or email

Main responsibilities:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to

  • Supporting individuals to increase independent living skills around the home (cleaning, cooking, personal care, laundry/ironing, budgeting/paying bills, meal planning/shopping)
  • Supporting individuals with the administration of medication
  • Supporting individuals to arrange & attend all appointments
  • Supporting individuals to access the community to participate in activities of their choosing such as leisure, education, or employment
  • Providing detailed reports within supported individuals personal plans including outcomes, risk assessments, ELP's and Health Action Plans
  • Ensuring finances are protected in relation to supported individuals
  • Ensuring support is person centred and recorded & monitored appropriately to realise achievements for supported individuals
  • Working with families to foster open, honest communication and promoting a willingness to continuously improve the service their family member receives

Skills and Experience:

  • Passionate, caring, fun.
  • Person centred.
  • Able to work as part of a team.
  • A good knowledge base of the needs of the people with disability.
  • 6 months previous experience in a similar role
  • DBS dated within last 12 months
  • Relevant certifications and qualifications and mandatory training e.g. safeguarding, basic life support
  • Right to work in the UK

Immediate starts are available once clearance is completed, long term bookings and flexible hours to suit you.

If you are interested in this role and have the relevant experience, please contact Liv on 01925 839 823 or email

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Residential Children's Worker

£18616 - £196522 per annum

Location: Stoke

Hourly rate: £8.95 / £18,616

Shift patterns: 2 on 4 off shift pattern - paid as a salary of £18,616-£19,522 or 5/2 pattern -8.95/9.60ph

Main responsibilities:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to

  • To work in a positive, respectful, and empowering way with all young people in order to promote good relationships and encourage achievemen
  • To ensure the therapeutic care of young people consistently and proactively.
  • To act, where appropriate, as key worker to a particular young person to provide support and ensure the implementation of their individual care plan.
  • To interact on an individual and group basis with all young peop
  • To actively participate in social, recreational, and educational activities with the young peop
  • To participate in and encourage the participation of the young people in the domestic tasks of the home in order to develop the self-care skil
  • To take an active interest in each young person's educational development and achievements.
  • To maintain, where appropriate, all necessary records in a timely manner and to a high standa
  • To liaise and collaborate positively with parents and partner agencies to ensure that the best interests of the young people are respected and promoted at all time
  • To remain well informed about latest practice, research policy and legislative developments in relation to childcare.

Skills and Experience:

  • Drivers Licence is necessary
  • Organisational skills to plan workload, good written/verbal communication skills
  • Able to work as part of a team.
  • A good knowledge base of the needs of the people with disability.
  • A non-discriminatory approach.
  • DBS Update service registered
  • Relevant certifications and qualifications and mandatory training e.g. safeguarding, basic life support
  • Right to work in the UK

If you are interested in this role and have the relevant experience, please contact Liv on 01925 839 823 or email

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Dual Care Manager Level 3

£26970 - £26970 per annum

Integra Healthcare is currently looking for Team Manager for our client. The role will entail providing support to young people aged 8-18 with Emotional Behavioural Difficulties. The children and young people we care for have a wide variety of needs; you will therefore work in conjunction with a wide range of professionals to meet the needs and achieve positive outcomes for our young people.

Main responsibilities:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to

  • Ensure that each young person has a plan which reflects his/her care, education, social, emotional, cultural, and therapeutic and health needs.
  • To ensure that the placement plan is regularly reviewed
  • Allocate a Key Worker for each young person with the principal responsibility of implementing the childcare plan
  • Assist the manager in developing a management style which balances the need to exercise control and give direction with the need to offer staff the opportunity to contribute to decision making
  • Ensure that all new staff receive a proper induction to the home in line with Crystal Care's policy.
  • Ensure that each member of staff has a personal develop plan
  • Ensure the budgets are managed effectively and the use of all finances are properly monitored
  • Develop consultation with young people and staff routines in relation to all aspects of child care
  • Clarify expectations in relation to maintain the home in a clean and orderly condition
  • To receive training appropriate to role and maintain an up to date training profile

Skills and Experience:

  • Drivers Licence is necessary
  • The post requires the holder to work on a shift pattern as part of a rota. Sleep in duties will be included, as well as working weekends and bank holidays when required.
  • The post requires the holder to always have a satisfactory Disclosure & Barring Service check.
  • On occasion you may be required to change your rota at a given notice as per your contract. This is to ensure the contingencies of the service are covered. This may also include covering additional shifts as emergency cover.
  • A non-discriminatory approach.
  • Relevant certifications and qualifications and mandatory training e.g. safeguarding, basic life support
  • Right to work in the UK

If you are interested in this role and have the relevant experience, please contact Liv on 01925 839 823 or email

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Residential Children's Worker

£18616 - £19522 per annum

Main responsibilities:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to

  • To work in a positive, respectful, and empowering way with all young people in order to promote good relationships and encourage achievemen
  • To ensure the therapeutic care of young people consistently and proactively.
  • To act, where appropriate, as key worker to a particular young person to provide support and ensure the implementation of their individual care plan.
  • To interact on an individual and group basis with all young peop
  • To actively participate in social, recreational, and educational activities with the young peop
  • To participate in and encourage the participation of the young people in the domestic tasks of the home in order to develop the self-care skil
  • To take an active interest in each young person's educational development and achievements.
  • To maintain, where appropriate, all necessary records in a timely manner and to a high standa
  • To liaise and collaborate positively with parents and partner agencies to ensure that the best interests of the young people are respected and promoted at all time
  • To remain well informed about latest practice, research policy and legislative developments in relation to childcare.

Skills and Experience:

  • Drivers Licence is necessary
  • Organisational skills to plan workload, good written/verbal communication skills
  • Able to work as part of a team.
  • A good knowledge base of the needs of the people with disability.
  • A non-discriminatory approach.
  • DBS Update service registered
  • Relevant certifications and qualifications and mandatory training e.g. safeguarding, basic life support
  • Right to work in the UK

If you are interested in this role and have the relevant experience, please contact Liv on 01925 839 823 or email

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Team Leader - Healthcare

£25722.62 - £25722.67 per annum

Integra Healthcare is currently looking for an experienced Team Leader for our client. The role will entail leading the home in the absence of the Deputy Manager and to ensure that Young People have their needs met and the home meets the standards set in the Statement of Purpose in a registered children's home with child aged 8-18 with Emotional Behavioural Difficulties.

Main responsibilities:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to

  • Ensure that each young person has a plan which reflects his/her care, education, social, emotional, cultural, and therapeutic and health needs.
  • Allocate a Key Worker for each young person with the principal responsibility of implementing the childcare plan
  • Maintain monitoring systems in which the young people are consulted about the quality of care they receive
  • Attend and contribute to childcare planning and review meetings as appropriate
  • Assist the manager in developing a management style which balances the need to exercise control and give direction with the need to offer staff the opportunity to contribute to decision making
  • Ensure that all new staff receive a proper induction to the home in line with our clients policy.
  • Ensure the budgets are managed effectively and the use of all finances are properly monitored
  • To receive training appropriate to role and maintain an up to date training profile
  • To maintain up to date knowledge of the statutory and procedural frame-work for residential care and communicate this to staff as appropriate
  • Undertake other duties appropriate to the post and the needs of the organisation in order to develop and maintain quality service

Skills and Experience:

  • The post requires the holder to work on a shift pattern as part of a rota. Sleep in duties will be included, as well as working weekends and bank holidays when required.
  • The post requires the holder to have a satisfactory Disclosure & Barring Service check at all times.
  • On occasion you may be requested to change your rota at a given notice as per your contract. This is to ensure the contingencies of the service are covered. This may also include covering additional shifts as emergency cover.
  • Organisational skills to plan workload, good written/verbal communication skills
  • Able to work as part of a team.
  • A good knowledge base of the needs of the people with disability.
  • A non-discriminatory approach.
  • Relevant certifications and qualifications and mandatory training e.g. safeguarding, basic life support
  • Right to work in the UK

If you are interested in this role and have the relevant experience, please contact Liv on 01925 839 823 or email

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Residential Children's Worker

£18616 - £19522 per annum

Main responsibilities:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to

  • To work in a positive, respectful, and empowering way with all young people in order to promote good relationships and encourage achievemen
  • To ensure the therapeutic care of young people consistently and proactively.
  • To act, where appropriate, as key worker to a particular young person to provide support and ensure the implementation of their individual care plan.
  • To interact on an individual and group basis with all young peop
  • To actively participate in social, recreational, and educational activities with the young peop
  • To participate in and encourage the participation of the young people in the domestic tasks of the home in order to develop the self-care skil
  • To take an active interest in each young person's educational development and achievements.
  • To maintain, where appropriate, all necessary records in a timely manner and to a high standa
  • To liaise and collaborate positively with parents and partner agencies to ensure that the best interests of the young people are respected and promoted at all time
  • To remain well informed about latest practice, research policy and legislative developments in relation to childcare.

Skills and Experience:

  • Drivers Licence is necessary
  • Organisational skills to plan workload, good written/verbal communication skills
  • Able to work as part of a team.
  • A good knowledge base of the needs of the people with disability.
  • A non-discriminatory approach.
  • DBS Update service registered
  • Relevant certifications and qualifications and mandatory training e.g. safeguarding, basic life support
  • Right to work in the UK

If you are interested in this role and have the relevant experience, please contact Liv on 01925 839 823 or email

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Residential Children's Worker

£18616 - £19522 per annum

Main responsibilities:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to

  • To work in a positive, respectful, and empowering way with all young people in order to promote good relationships and encourage achievemen
  • To ensure the therapeutic care of young people consistently and proactively.
  • To act, where appropriate, as key worker to a particular young person to provide support and ensure the implementation of their individual care plan.
  • To interact on an individual and group basis with all young peop
  • To actively participate in social, recreational, and educational activities with the young peop
  • To participate in and encourage the participation of the young people in the domestic tasks of the home in order to develop the self-care skil
  • To take an active interest in each young person's educational development and achievements.
  • To maintain, where appropriate, all necessary records in a timely manner and to a high standa
  • To liaise and collaborate positively with parents and partner agencies to ensure that the best interests of the young people are respected and promoted at all time
  • To remain well informed about latest practice, research policy and legislative developments in relation to childcare.

Skills and Experience:

  • Drivers Licence is necessary
  • Organisational skills to plan workload, good written/verbal communication skills
  • Able to work as part of a team.
  • A good knowledge base of the needs of the people with disability.
  • A non-discriminatory approach.
  • DBS Update service registered
  • Relevant certifications and qualifications and mandatory training e.g. safeguarding, basic life support
  • Right to work in the UK

If you are interested in this role and have the relevant experience, please contact Liv on 01925 839 823 or email

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Residential Children's Worker

£18616 - £19522 per annum

Main responsibilities:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to

  • To work in a positive, respectful, and empowering way with all young people in order to promote good relationships and encourage achievemen
  • To ensure the therapeutic care of young people consistently and proactively.
  • To act, where appropriate, as key worker to a particular young person to provide support and ensure the implementation of their individual care plan.
  • To interact on an individual and group basis with all young peop
  • To actively participate in social, recreational, and educational activities with the young peop
  • To participate in and encourage the participation of the young people in the domestic tasks of the home in order to develop the self-care skil
  • To take an active interest in each young person's educational development and achievements.
  • To maintain, where appropriate, all necessary records in a timely manner and to a high standa
  • To liaise and collaborate positively with parents and partner agencies to ensure that the best interests of the young people are respected and promoted at all time
  • To remain well informed about latest practice, research policy and legislative developments in relation to childcare.

Skills and Experience:

  • Drivers Licence is necessary
  • Organisational skills to plan workload, good written/verbal communication skills
  • Able to work as part of a team.
  • A good knowledge base of the needs of the people with disability.
  • A non-discriminatory approach.
  • DBS Update service registered
  • Relevant certifications and qualifications and mandatory training e.g. safeguarding, basic life support
  • Right to work in the UK

If you are interested in this role and have the relevant experience, please contact Liv on 01925 839 823 or email

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Support Worker

£8.91 - £9 per hour

Main responsibilities:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to

  • Create a caring and understanding relationship with service users.
  • To promote effective communication and relationships with Service users.
  • Manual handline
  • Personal care
  • Community support for service users

Skills and Experience:

  • Caring, hardworking, reliable, and flexible approach.
  • Good level of literacy and communication skills.
  • Able to undertake and benefit from training.
  • Able to work as part of a team.
  • A good knowledge base of the needs of the people with disability.
  • 6 months previous experience in a similar role
  • DBS Update service registered
  • Relevant certifications and qualifications and mandatory training e.g. safeguarding, basic life support
  • Right to work in the UK

Immediate starts are available once clearance is completed, long term bookings and flexible hours to suit you.

If you are interested in this role and have the relevant experience, please contact Liv on 01925 839 823 or email

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