WE PUT
YOU FIRST
Whether you are a candidate or client
we promise to put you first. That means
giving you our undivided attention,
listening to your needs and ambitions
and being on hand to support and guide
you.
WE'RE ON CALL
TO HELP YOU
Once we've found you the job you want we
remain available to help you in any way we can.
Our priority is to make sure it's everything you
want it to be and more.
BUILDING
PARTNERSHIPS
ON TRUST
AND CARE
Patient safety and quality of care remain
crucial to building long term relationships
with our clients and staff.
WORK WITH
US. YOU'LL BE
IN EXCELLENT
COMPANY
The high calibre of our staff make us one of
the leading trusted specialist suppliers to
the Mental Health and Social Care sector.

ABOUT US

Westmeria Recruitment provides specialist Mental Health and Social Care staff. We recruit and place professionals such as Community Psychiatric Nurses (CPN's), Social Workers, Approved Mental Health Practitioners (AMHP's), Occupational Therapists and Support Workers. Our staff are highly experienced and meet all NHS recruitment standards, including employment screening checks. We provide staff to all community Mental Health settings and age groups, including CAMHS, adult, older adults, acute and forensic health services.


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LATEST JOBS

Older Adults Inpatient Ward, Band 5 RMN
Home Counties
Excellent rates
Long Term
Assessment and Treatment Team, Band 6 CPN
Home Counties
Excellent rates
Long Term

LOOKING FOR A
NEW CHALLENGE?

Are you a Mental Health or Social Care professional looking for locum contract work with an agency that offers a rewarding career path? If so, we are actively recruiting and in need of your skills for a number of current vacancies. Please register today.



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LOOKING FOR THE
RIGHT CANDIDATE?

Are you a Mental Health service that is looking for fully screened, NHS compliant staff who are experienced, honest, dependable and skilled for short, long term or permanent roles. Then contact us. We guarantee to find and place the ideal staff within your organisation.



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