Jark named ‘master vendor’ for Four Seasons in Northern Ireland


Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Jark Healthcare, part of the Jark Recruitment group has been named ‘master vendor’ for Northern Ireland by major care home provider Four Seasons Health Care in a deal worth £6 million over three years.

The contract will see Jark Healthcare’s Downpatrick, Lisburn and soon to be opened Belfast offices supplying care staff for all 65 of Four Seasons’ Northern Ireland care homes, as well as the creation of eight new permanent jobs at the Jark branches to help service the account.

Jark pays in the region of 7000 temporary staff per week across five specialist divisions and has 50 permanent staff at its head office in Norfolk.

The agreement marks yet another major success for the group this year. In April the firm announced the acquisition of the Aptus Group, putting it in the top 40 recruitment companies in the UK and increasing its annual turnover to £105 million.  In June, Jark joined forces with USG People subsidiary, Start People, to strengthen its European





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