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Athona has scored platinum in this year’s Health Trust Europe (HTE) framework audit for nursing. The team received a final score of 99.47% platinum and 188 out of 189 requirements were successfully evidenced. This is the division’s first audit against the HTE framework for nursing since securing a place earlier this year.
Paul Springall, operations director for Health and Nursing, said, “Once again our results are testament to the importance that Athona places on quality. With so much changing over the past 12 months such as price caps and new frameworks, I’m confident that Trusts will be reassured to see that Athona’s standards remain at an industry leading level. Coupled with the record growth of our Nursing division, this puts us in an excellent position to continue improving our levels of supply to both new and existing Trusts.”
HealthTrust Europe is a leading UK group purchasing organisation. It supports hundreds of public and private sector organisations throughout the UK to deliver procurement solutions.
Consilium Recruit has been appointed by The London Taxi Company as one of its recruitment partners for its new multi-million factory being built near Coventry.
Consilium director, Steve Doyle, commented, “We are delighted to be involved in such an important project for the region, and for automotive manufacture in Britain. The work will involve recruiting for some challenging positions, but we have a track record of recruiting a wide spread of engineering talent with the advanced skill-sets required for the engineering and manufacturing technologies of tomorrow.”
Gattaca has signed a two year deal with NATS to source and recruit specialist engineering, technology and business support contractors in key roles across the UK.
Working with Gattaca’s specialist recruitment brands, Matchtech and Networkers, the Group will work in partnership with NATS to place business analysts, project managers, systems engineers, installation engineers and software developers.
Gattaca’s client solutions director, Matthew Wragg, said, “We are placing individuals who will play a vital role in supporting air traffic controllers and keeping our skies safe. The people we are placing will be highly experienced professionals working on a number of exciting new projects, including the airspace modernisation programme, and will be part of the teams deploying the Single European Sky Air Traffic Management Research (SESAR) and the Future Airspace Strategy.”
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