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Current Vacancies

All vacancies will be posted on this page.  If you have any general enquiries regarding recruitment at ABHSC, please email HRconsultant@abhsc.co.uk

By focusing on a local-first employment and supplier policy, we intend to become a central pillar of future local economic growth.

We believe that local-first investment is more environmentally, socially, operationally and economically sustainable, and extends benefits further into the community by having a wider impact on the need for highly qualified experts able to develop, implement and evaluate the healthcare industry of the future.

Current Vacancies

Residential Coordinator Crewe £18,018.00 (31.5 part-time hours per week)

Residential Coordinator Crewe £18,018.00 (31.5 part-time hours per week)

Residential Coordinator Crewe £18,018.00 (31.5 part-time hours per week)

Start Date: ASAP

These roles provide cover 365 days per year so some shifts will fall on Bank Holiday Weekends and may include Christmas/New Year depending on the calendar year.

Part-Time Shift Pattern
31.5 hours per week over a rolling “4 on 4 off” shift pattern 1000hrs-1930hrs.

ABHSC is developing a hub for professional healthcare in the region in addition to partnering with education and training providers to meet with the changing requirements and challenges of healthcare in the UK and globally.

We have a new opportunity for a Residential Coordinator to be based at Booth Hall which is an 800 room accommodation facility for Nurses, Doctors, medical professionals and medical students.


We are committed to equality of opportunity for everyone. To assess whether our Diversity policy is effective, we need to monitor it and to do this we need the information requested below. We can then compare the success rates of different groups at both the shortlisting and appointment stages to ensure that unfair discrimination is not taking place. This will also enable us to comply with our obligations under current legislation.

Data Protection Act

Information from this form will be processed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations. In signing it you agree to this data being held and processed and if appointed to the job you also agree to further personal information, including sensitive data (e.g. bank details, medicals, etc) being held and processed by us in accordance with the Act.


The Disability Discrimination Act of 1995 made it unlawful for employers to discriminate against their employees who are disabled and places a duty on the employer to make reasonable adjustments to enable the employee to undertake the work. The definition in the Act is “People with disabilities are individuals who have, or have had, a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long term effect on his or her ability to carry out normal day to day activities”.

If you do consider yourself to be disabled under the definition in the Act, please indicate this, even if you do not currently need any adjustments to undertake your job.

Please tell us about any adjustments we may need to make to assist you at interview.