Recruitment Trainer (part time)

Location
London
Salary
£40k - 45k per year + £40K + Bonus + Benefits
Posted
09 Feb 2018
Closes
09 Mar 2018
Ref
3204
Contact
Richard Lescott
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

One of London's most successful and entrepreneurial built environment recruitment agencies now seek a Recruiter Trainer to join their growing team. Having doubled in size over the last three years, the time is right to build an internal training & development function - which is where you come in. 

With specialist divisions spanning Construction, Engineering & Property, their success to date has been based on providing clients across London & South East with an incredibly proactive service underpinned with first-class technical knowledge. Up until now this has been embedded in the business by the leaders who believe in a hands-on management style and leading by example. But as the teams have grown it is not longer feasible to deliver this in the same way.

They seek an experienced senior built environment recruiter with a proven ability to coach and mentor consultants that perhaps wants to step away from billings and focus as a trainer. Does that sound like you? You don't have to have an existing training qualification, instead you need to be able to lead the way in terms of best practice - spanning desk management, technical knowledge building and negotiation skills. If this sounds like you then the Directors of this firm would like to meet you.

While your initial task will be to build a foundation of training modules over time your role will evolve to cover the changing needs of the business so an ability to adapt and change is essential.

If you have a strong technical knowledge of the built environment, experience of managing and coaching consultants and seek a role that offers more flexible working on a part-time basis (3-4 days a week), you can expect to achieve:

 

  • Pro-rata salary of £40,000
  • Bonus
  • Pension
  • Health Insurance
  • Mobile
  • Laptop
  • Staff perks

 

For an initial confidential discussion please contact Richard Lescott.