Trainee Recruitment Consultant
Think IT are recruiting Trainee Recruitment Consultants to fill a number of vacancies in our already busy office in the heart of Epsom.
There's money to be made, and with the right skills and know how, you can go far.
A career in recruitment is challenging but it is also fun and very rewarding. Sales environments can be loud with people chatting on the phone, walking around the office with Bluetooth headsets, house music playing, and a load of banter. We offer great rewards like days out karting, top London restaurants and trips to Las Vegas/New York. But it's not just work hard/play hard - we offer real progression opportunities into senior and management positions and a personal approach to your career development with training and development.
As a Trainee Recruitment Consultant/Trainee Sales Person, you will initially be responsible for sourcing candidates for active IT vacancies, then you will move on to working with clients, taking down their job specifications and generating new business utilising different sales techniques. Throughout your initial employment, you will receive classroom and hands-on training in all aspects of recruitment, which will provide you with all the skills necessary to be successful in your career.
If you think you can work hard in a sales/target driven environment, have good communication abilities (written/verbal) and have good computer literacy including MS Word, then being a Trainee Recruitment Consultant could be the right career move for you.
Would you like to find out more?
We would be happy to give you more information on this Trainee Recruitment Consultant position including a detailed job specification and company profile brochure. Please apply directly to this advert in the first instance and we can start that process for you.
Think IT is an equal opportunities employer and are a member of Think Act Report, promoting gender equality in the workplace.
Think IT Recruitment is acting as an employment agency for this vacancy under UK Government regulations CEAEBR 2003