Meet Jack and Keely

The city’s new dedicated Health and Care Coordinators, Jack Davies and Keely Burch-Havers (pictured) are here to help you find your perfect job.
Jack has a wealth of knowledge and experiences developed in a wide range of Health & Care settings, from working in maternity care to dementia care in both residential and nursing environments, as well as his time working in post 16 education, where he was involved in the teaching and assessing learners studying Health and Social Care.
“I am passionate about ensuring individuals are fully equipped with the skills and knowledge to prepare them for the sector and the challenges within it”.
Keely has worked in the health and care sector for 30 years. Her experience ranges from leadership roles within nursery and children centres to managing residential care for those with complex needs and dementia care, as well as community project management. Most recently, Keely has been working in post-16 education and teaching university-level provision.
“A role in health and care can effect positive change and advance outcomes for both staff and service users”.
Local people are invited to drop in to meet Jack and Keely every Thursday at the pop up Health and Care Job Shop, 12noon-2pm at Skills Launchpad Plymouth, hosted by Barclay’s Bank on Armada Way in the city centre. The team are also regularly working from the local job centres at Old Tree Court on Exeter Street, Bretonside and Devonport. JCP Work coaches can book appointments or just pop by to access this free impartial help and support.
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