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Hays Public Services has strong relationships with public sector employers such as being the largest supplier of non-clinical staff to the NHS. This allows us to offer a range of jobs which include Finance Director, Head of Financial Planning & Analysis, Finance Manager, Management Accountant, Financial Accountant and Internal Audit.
Our consultants will work as true partners and will support you throughout the entire process. From going through the various application procedures, to preparing you for the common panel interviews and gaining insight into an organisation, our experts will be there to assist.
To gain access to our various partnerships with membership organisations as well as a job which is desirable for you, get in contact with your local office today. We have over 100 offices across the UK which includes London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Edinburgh and Glasgow so you can be sure to find an office near to you.
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