Senior Recruitment Consultant - HR into NFP
Are you a Senior Recruitment Consultant with experience recruiting into the Not- For- Profit and Charity secrtor? Would you like to work for an industry leader in HR Recruitment?
An opportunity has arisen for a Senior Consultant to join a high performing division of an established and award-winning specialist HR Recruitment firm , where you will focus on placing interim HR professionals into the not-for-profit sector (charities, trade associations, arts and institution). This large team focus their teams and desks in a specialist way, breaking down key areas of the market by discipline and seniority - their ability to work at a senior level with high profile brands allows them to keep segmenting their markets and immerse themselves deeper into the HR space.
Working from their fantastic offices in London, you will be fully supported in your first few months as you adapt to your new desk and team, as while this is a well established desk you may not have previously specialised in HR recruitment. This is a great opportunity to work within a team of HR Recruitment specialists who are not job fillers but are true Consultants who like to blog, network, attend events, host forums and produce marketing content to truly engage with their candidates and clients. If you are a modern day recruiter you will really enjoy this working environment.
Senior Consultants with a proven track record of managing and developing a perm desk, in any professional sector, will be offered an immediate exploratory meeting and can expect to achieve:
- Salary £40,000 - £55,000 (depending on level of experience and results)
- Commission starting at 25%
- Annual and quarterly bonuses topping up commission to 35%
- Regular incentives and rewards (Restaurants, holidays, day at the races, experience days and more)
- Life Assurance
- Health Insurance
- Retail vouchers and employee benefits scheme
For more information or to arrange an initial confidential chat about this opportunity please contact Tara Lescott today