Frequently asked questions

Sometimes we all need a little help, so we've put together a list of the top questions we get asked. If you still can't find what you're looking for in this section, contact us with your enquiry.

  1. What benefits do you offer?

    Apart from the number of exclusive social work opportunities, we offer competitive pay rates and a premium bonus schemes. We also give expert advice and support.

  2. What areas do you cover?

    Our Social Work division covers CAMHS specialists.

  3. When do I get paid?

    Payroll is run once a day and payment will reach your account two working days after your timesheet has been processed. Any timesheets submitted after 12pm fall into the next day.

  4. How will I know my timesheets been processed?

    Within a few minutes of your timesheet being processed you will receive an automated text message to confirm the amount and date the payment will reach your account. 

  5. I haven’t received a text from payroll, does this mean my timesheet hasn’t been added?

    No, not necessarily. If you haven't receive a text by 4:30pm on the day you submitted your timesheet contact our payroll department on 01992 474970 and they'll be able to provide you with an update.

  6. What's the rate of pay? 

    It depends on the authority or trust, post qualified experience, relevant experience to the position i.e. CAMHS practitioner required but has to have CBT experience - if a candidate is an exact match we can usually get a better rate.

  7. Will they offer condensed hours i.e. - 37 hours over four days?

    This depends on the manager, authority or trust. If it involves a candidate staying away from home then they are more likely to offer condensed hours.

  8. How long is the contract - will it roll on after three months?

    If budgets allow and both the candidate and client are happy with the work being done it's likely that the contract will roll on. This however is not guaranteed.

  9. Do they have accommodation on site for candidates staying away from home?

    This depends on the trust or authority. NHS hospitals and private hospitals sometimes have onsite accommodation charged out at a subsidised rate.