Senior Recruitment Consultant

22000.00 - 25000.00 GBP Annual + £22000 - £25000/annum
17 Jan 2019
14 Feb 2019
Job Function
Recruitment Consultant
Contract Type
Full Time
Boden Resource was founded in 2012 with a clear vision of becoming the leading recruiter to the UK Facilities Management Industry. We are a modern, vibrant and successful recruitment business in Birmingham, that has grown 50% year on year.

We are looking for friendly, team orientated and ambitious individuals who are interested in a career with huge earning potentials and excellent development opportunities. Our culture is based around our core value of one team, which sees us working together to achieve both personal and company goals, here at Boden we love to reward success.

As a Senior Consultant you will be a specialist within either our permanent or interim divisions with a great focus on developing new business opportunities. You will work closely with your team to act as a mentor and guide, ensuring best practice is adhered to.

You will be required to deliver a 360 degree service by winning business, sourcing candidates, developing and servicing clients, fillings vacancies, negotiating fees and strategically planning your business.

What you'll need to succeed:

* Be team orientated

* Money Motivated and driven

* Ability to demonstrate a proven track record

* Will be a target driven individual with a competitive nature

* Will be ambitious to achieve significant income and fast career progression

* Will live in commutable distances to our offices in Birmingham

What you'll get in return:

* Career progression, training and professional development

* Bonus scheme of up to 35%, year 1 OTE ??45,000

* Annual incentive trips to Barcelona, Paris, Skiing and Dubai

* Early finishes and dress down Fridays

* Quarterly High Flyer lunch reward

* Free parking

To apply for this fantastic opportunity, please do so through this advert. For a confidential discussion, call Katie O'Cleary at Boden Resource on (phone number removed) / (phone number removed)