We support organisations and fantastic candidates to ensure placement of the highest quality interim, permanent and senior professionals in the health and social care sectors, throughout the UK and internationally.
Our well-established networks and in-depth knowledge of the health and social care sectors provide complete confidence that we will deliver an end-to-end service resulting in great customer satisfaction.
Channel 3 Resourcing is a member of REC,
The Recruitment and Employment Confederation.
We work for you and with you in a collaborative way.
We work with a variety of organisations both large and small to provide the best quality service at all times…CASE STUDIES
I was really pleased with the service received from Channel 3 Resourcing. Channel 3 Resourcing has an extensive database of candidates and a well-established network. The consultants understand the healthcare market in the UK, and I was confident in their appreciation of our business needs – they ask the right questions and they listen. We had a dedicated delivery lead and she shortlisted a number of candidates who were all of a high quality, meaning that we were able to make a confident decision about the successful candidate…
“We use external resources sparingly and only where they bring skills and capabilities over and above those we are able to resource internally, and demand high standards as a result. Channel 3 Resourcing has worked with us to place a number of talented individuals quickly, enabling us to grow our UK business and deliver the highest quality results for our clients. Channel 3 Resourcing’s team understands the market, understands the skills and capabilities we need across clinical systems used and has an extensive candidate base, one in which they have earned our confidence from the capability, professionalism and ability of their candidate pool to “fit” with how we deliver client engagements Channel 3 Resourcing’s robust screening process enabled us to confidently plan deployment of resource across a number of different organisations.”