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  • 1. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs User Profile Survey 2012The Latest research from our online audience
  • 2. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care JobsAudience Profiling 2
  • 3. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs 58% of respondents are actively looking for a job I am a jobseeker, actively looking for a job 58% I am a browser. I look at jobs, but Im not actively 42% Potential job seekers applying I am an employer / recruiter looking for candidates Excluded from subsequent analysis Q. Which of the following best describes your job seeking status?Base: all respondents (419) 3
  • 4. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs Over half are currently in permanent roles, while 17% are unemployed Permanent - working full time (30+ hrs per week) 50% Unemployed 17% Temporary / Contractor 11% 59% are in permanent roles Permanent- working part time (less than 30 hrs per week) 9% Student / Recent graduate 9% Retired 1% Other 2% Q. What is your current working status?Base: all respondents (419) 4
  • 5. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs Almost half work for Local Authorities Local Authority 44% Private sector organisation 16% Voluntary organisation 10% Health authority/NHS/PCT Trust 5% Local Education Authority 2% Housing association 2% Justice system (probation, youth justice, police, CAFCASS 2% Central government 1% Other 16% Q. Which of the following best describes the organisation you are employed by?Base: all respondents (401) 5
  • 6. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs Service/project/area team office is the most common establishment type Service/project/area team office 30% Organisation headquarters 12% Residential unit 8% Supported housing 6% Sure start / Childrens centres / Family support 5% Hospital 5% University / college 3% Day care centre 2% Health centre 2% School (inc extended school) 2% Connexions / Youth work 1% Educational social work development 1% Youth justice unit 1% Hospice 0% Training department 0% Other 20% Q. Which of the following best describes the establishment that you work at?Base: all respondents (401) 6
  • 7. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs Respondents most commonly work with Adults Adults 43% Children and families 40% Both 10% Neither/not applicable 7% Q. Which of the following client groups do you primarily work with?Base: all respondents (405) 7
  • 8. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs Mental health is the most common area respondents work in Mental health 40% Young people 11-25 36% Learning difficulties 36% Older people 29% Physical disabilities 28% Children 5-10 26% Families/parenting 25% Drug related/Substance abuse… 22% Early years 0-4 21% Physical health 21% Alcohol related problems 21% Fostering/Adoption 16% Sensory impaired 16% Homeless 16% Young offenders/Anti-social behaviour 15% Special educational needs 13% Terminal illness 11% The unemployed 10% Youth work 9% School attendance/behaviour 9% Schedule one offenders 7% Asylum seekers 7% HIV/AIDS 6% No direct client contact 5% Other 11% Q. Which of the following areas do you work in?Base: all respondents (406) 8
  • 9. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs Around a quarter of respondents are social workers Director/Deputy Director/Assistant Director 2% Area/District/Regional Manager 3% Head of department/Home/Centre/Unit or Agency 5% Project/Programme/Team Manager or Leader 9% Other Manager 7% Senior practitioner 10% Practitioner 7% Senior social worker 5% Social worker/Key worker/Outreach worker 25% Youth work/Personal adviser/YOT practitioner 3% Occupational therapist 1% Other 25% Q. Which of the following best describes your current job function?Base: all respondents (395) 9
  • 10. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs 30% have been working in social care for 20 years or more Less than 1 year 4% 15 years on average 1 year - less than 3 years 8% 3 years - less than 6 years 14% 6 years - less than 9 years 13% 9 years - less than 12 years 9% 12 years - less than 20 years 22% 20 years - less than 30 years 21% 30 years or more 9% Q. How many years have you been working in the social care sector?Base: all respondents (292) 10
  • 11. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs 50% have been in their current role for less than 3 years Less than 1 year 19% 1 year - less than 3 years 31% 3 years - less than 6 years 23% 6 years - less than 9 years 13% 5 years on average 9 years - less than 12 years 8% 12 years - less than 20 years 4% 20 years - less than 30 years 2% 30 years or more 0% Q. And how many years have you been in your current role?Base: all respondents (293) 11
  • 12. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs The average salary amongst respondents is just over £28k Under £10,000 7% £10,000 - £14,999 8% £15,000 - £19,999 6% Mean average = £28,127 2010 average = £28K £20,000 - £24,999 8% £25,000 - £29,999 13% £30,000 - £39,999 34% £40,000 - £49,999 12% £50,000 - £59,999 3% £60,000 - £69,999 1% 17% earn £40k or more £70,000 - £79,999 1% £80,000 - £99,999 0% £100,000 or more 0% Id rather not say 7% Q. What is your approximate current annual income?Base: all respondents (295) 12
  • 13. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs Around 1 in 5 have a professional qualification 28% 26% 19% 16% 4% 4% 3% Q. What is your highest qualification?Base: all respondents (417) 13
  • 14. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care JobsRespondents are 46 years Almost three quarters areold on average female 18-24 25-34 17% Male 26% 35-44 20% Female 45-54 38% 74% 55-64 21% 65 or 1% Average age= 46 years old over Q. How old are you? Q. Are you …?Base: all respondents (415) Base: all respondents (409) 14
  • 15. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs Just under half are from the South Greater London 22% South East 17% Midlands 14% South= 45% North West 12% Yorkshire & Humberside 10% South West 6% East Anglia 6% Wales 5% Outside UK (Rest of the world) 3% North East 3% Outside UK (Europe) 1% Scotland 1% Q. Which region are you based in?Base: all respondents (418) 15
  • 16. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care JobsHow users rate our job site 16
  • 17. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs Around two thirds visit the site at least once a week More than once a day 5% Once a day 14% 65% visit the site at least once a week Once every 2-3 days 22% Once a week 24% Once every 2 weeks 10% Once a month 15% Less often 9% Never 0% Q. How often do you visit Community Care Jobs?Base: all respondents (418) 17
  • 18. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs Social care jobs sites are considered the most useful source for looking for a job Internet - Social care sector job websites (e.g. Community Care 35% Jobs) Internet - Social care sector specific websites (e.g. communitycare.co.uk) 13% Internet - General job websites (e.g. Totaljobs.com, Monster.co.uk 11% Internet - Employer websites 11% Recruitment consultancies 6% Word of mouth/contacts 5% Internet - Other 4% National newspapers 4% Local/Regional newspapers 4% Job Centres 4% Networking/events 2% Internet - Social Media websites (e.g. LinkedIn) 1% Other 1% Social care sector magazines 0% Other business magazines 0% Q. Which ONE of the following sources is the most useful to you when looking for a job?Base: all respondents (419) 18
  • 19. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs Almost half of respondents think Community Care Job is the best site overall Community Care Jobs 49% Jobs.guardian.co.uk 19% Totaljobs.com 6% Reed.co.uk 4% Socialcare.co.uk/social-work-jobs 3% Jobsite.co.uk 3% Jobsgopublic.com 3% Monster.co.uk 1% Greatsocialcare.co.uk 1% Allcarejobs.co.uk 1% Britishsocialworkjobs.com 0% Cypnow.co.uk 0% Other 9% Q. Which website do you think is best overall when looking for a job?Base: all respondents (406) 19
  • 20. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs 79% of respondents rate the ease of use of the site as excellent or good The ease of use of the site 29% 50% 16% 2%3% The speed of the site 25% 51% 19% 2%3% The design/appearance of the site 21% 53% 19% 3%3% The relevance of jobs on the site 21% 45% 22% 8% 4% The number of jobs on the site 22% 49% 21% 5% 3% The accuracy of the search results 18% 45% 25% 8% 4% Excellent Good Fair Poor Dont know Q. How would you rate Community Care Jobs for each of the following factors?Base: all respondents (various) 20
  • 21. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs 81% of respondents rate the site as excellent or good overall Excellent 23% 81% excellent or good Good 58% Fair 16% Poor 4% Q. What is your overall opinion of Community Care Jobs?Base: all respondents (417) 21
  • 22. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: Community Care Jobs 81% of respondents feel the new site is better than the previous version of Community Care Jobs Much better than the previous site 35% 81% improved A little better than the previous site 46% About the same as the previous site 18% A little worse than the previous site 1% A lot worse than the previous site 2% Q. And, overall how would you rate the new Community Care Jobs site compared to the previous site?Base: all respondents able to compare the new and previous sites (318) 22