Orbis Education and Care has strengthened its management team with the appointment of a new Recruitment Manager. Tracey Brown joins the Cardiff-based UK education and care provider as it continues to hire into permanent opportunities across all of its services in Wales and England.
Tracey brings a wealth of recruitment experience from a wide range of roles, having worked previously as a Recruitment Partner with motor finance specialist Moto Novo, among others.
Her role with Orbis will see her support the organisation in ensuring that quality care for its staff, pupils and residents continues in the current climate and beyond as the business grows, through leading the strategy for attracting and recruiting the right talent for the long term.
Tracey said: “I am delighted to be able to put my expertise to use at a time when Orbis Education and Care continues to grow, even during these difficult times.
“To have joined the company at such a pivotal moment, and be in a position to make such a difference so early on in my new role, is hugely satisfying and I’m truly delighted to be a part of the Orbis team, who are dedicated to ensuring they are providing the best possible care for the amazing young people and adults they support.”
“We’re on the lookout for individuals with a strong work ethic, who share Orbis’ values to be empathetic, caring and be a passionate advocate for providing quality care. We can offer a rewarding and fulfilling career path as well as being part of a company that truly invests in its people. “ Tracey added.
Orbis Education and Care now runs 16 schools, residential homes and day services for children and adults around Wales which support people with complex needs associated with autism, with a further service in England, and employs around 750 people.
The company has been successfully recruiting for permanent opportunities to ensure the quality of its services continues throughout the Coronavirus pandemic for the sake of those within its care, their families and its staff alike.
HR Director at Orbis Education and Care, Linda Bridge, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Tracey at what is a crucial time for the care market both here in Wales and across the UK.
“We are committed to ensuring that, as we move through these challenging times and beyond, the quality of our care is maintained and that recruitment for key roles continues as normal, and Tracey is already playing a vital role in ensuring this happens.”