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Jessica Marshall

Talent Acquisition Delivery Manager
Jess has extensive resourcing experience gained from 12 years of working in both the private recruitment sector and from within our operational recruitment team. Jess leads and develops our strategic approach for recruitment campaigns which includes corporate, specialised and high volume positions and manages our recruitment hub, leading our resourcing approaches in the health and social care sector. Jess was involved from the concept of the recruitment hub, so has worked directly with care providers to identify their needs and plan and develop how the service can support these requirements.
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Shelby Young

Resourcing Partner
Shelby joined the Recruitment Hub team in 2020, where she brings her experience in recruitment from both the public and private sectors to manage the Make Care Matter team. She leads the delivery of resourcing solutions to our health and adult services. Some of her main focuses include; overcoming specific recruitment challenges, delivering an effective strategy for staff resourcing and fulfilling staff resource requirements. Shelby works hard with our services to provide future workforce planning and to facilitate the need for staffing solutions in times of crisis.

Kimberley Holden

Resourcing Partner
Kim joined the Resourcing team in 2024, where she brings her experience in Recruitment and Employer engagement. Leading the provision of Resourcing Solutions for our health and Social services. Her role involves helping Health Care providers within the North Yorkshire area with their recruitment and supporting candidates find the best role for them. Kim dedicates herself to addressing key areas such as tackling unique recruitment obstacles, devising efficient strategies for staff resourcing, and ensuring the fulfilment of staffing requirements.

Kayleigh Stewart

Resourcing Officer
Kayleigh joined the Make Care Matter team in 2023 as a Resourcing Officer, bringing with her a wealth of knowledge from her previous role working with a recruitment agency, specialising in the Life Science sector. Prior to pursuing a career in recruitment, Kayleigh worked as care assistant meaning she is well equipped to effectively resource candidates within the Health and Social care sector.