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Search Health & Social welcome new members to the team in Scotland

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Search’s Health and Social division is excited to announce multiple senior hires across Scotland, to support a continued growth in healthcare recruitment.

Last year, Search acquired dedicated healthcare recruiter, SCP Aberdeen. This not only increased our Scottish recruitment network, including Glasgow and Edinburgh, but also bolstered the professional team, with an aim to broaden our existing healthcare offering.

First in Aberdeen, the team are joined by Iona Currie and Emma Linton.

Iona Currie, formerly of Global Resources Network, joins as a managing consultant, while Emma Linton, who joined some time before from Pin Point Recruitment, has been appointed as a recruitment consultant.

And in Edinburgh, we welcome Emma Macnamara and Lindsey Buchan.

Emma Macnamara joins from Robinson Medical Recruitment as a Healthcare Consultant, while Lindsay Buchan, who joined some months before also from Robinson Medical Recruitment, has been appointed as a Senior Recruitment Consultant.

All of the recent appointments are seen as critical to increase the business’ focus on care and support, and nursing arena, as well as expanding Search’s healthcare recruitment teams across the North East of Scotland. The new consultants will also maintain and grow the placement of both temporary and permanent staff to the NHS, local authorities, and the charity sector.

Craig McEwan, Senior Divisional Manager of Search Health & Social Care in Scotland, said: “We have expanded our senior team and it is ready to deliver on our ambitious expansion plans in Scotland. Our new senior starters all join us boasting impressive track records within the health care sector and will prove invaluable additions to our senior team.”

With ambitious plans in place for next year, Craig added, “We’re looking forward to taking the business more even further in 2021 and we believe that with this extra tenacity and passion for the healthcare sector within our team, we can achieve that.”

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