Hayes looks to growth at Care UK

Melanie Hayes, one of the inaugural batch of Recruiter’s 11 Most Influential In-House Recruiters, is to become head of resourcing for the healthcare division of Care UK.

September 2013

Melanie Hayes, one of the inaugural batch of Recruiter’s 11 Most Influential In-House Recruiters, is to become head of resourcing for the healthcare division of Care UK.

She takes up the role at the care and healthcare provider on 1 October, leaving her current position as head of resourcing and talent, at on-site services group Sodexo UK & Ireland.

Hayes told Recruiter she is excited to take on “something very new”. She added that after three years with Sodexo she had initially not expected to start job hunting until the end of the year, but said: “I heard of this through an agency and went to interview and decided ‘this is the job I want’.”

She added: "I would hope I can bring something that would support growth [at Care UK]. It’s exactly what I wanted — I’m not going into a steady state role, it’s a company that’s growing."

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