Trainee Recruitment Consultant
5 days left
- Full Time
Morgan McKinley is a global recruitment consultancy which connects talented professionals with leading employers across a range of disciplines and industries. I am currently looking for a trainee recruiter to join the Sales recruitment team specialising in placing candidates in the Fintech, Payments and Financial Services Industries. Please keep reading to find out more!
Job Title: Trainee Recruitment Consultant
Package: ??20K - ??23K base + double OTE
Your role will be to source talented candidates for sales roles with clients in the fintech, payments and financial services industries. You will use various methods to identify the right candidates, such as LinkedIn, Morgan McKinley's database and online job boards. You will be qualifying candidates over the phone to establish their suitability, briefing them on relevant job opportunities, preparing them for interviews and coaching them through the recruitment process. You will also be meeting with candidates face to face. There is a structured training programme in place as well as quick progression available for top performers to more client facing senior recruitment roles including management.
Sixth months to one year's sales experience would be beneficial, however not essential. Personality is key for this role: You must be ambitious, resilient and not afraid to pick up the phone. You will be spending a lot of time speaking with and meeting senior sales professionals, therefore excellent communication skills and a confident telephone manner are a must. A keen interest in finance and / or technology would also be a bonus.
The basic salary of offer is between ??20K - ??23K plus double OTE. We have already begun short listing for this position so if you feel you are a fit then please get in touch.
Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.