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Head of SAP - Recruitment Team Lead

Job Title: Head of SAP - Recruitment Team Lead
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £35000 - £45000 per annum + 100k OTE- Team override+ Benefits
REF: HOSAP
Contact Name: Usha Tyagi
Contact Email: usha@montash.com
Job Published: 12 months ago

Job Description

Role:

You will focus on a our SAP practice in a full cycle capacity while mentoring and developing consultants across different levels.

You will continue to grow your own accounts and generate new business, while managing a team of 5.

What we offer:

  • Competitive salaries - 35-45k
  • A commission structure of 12.5 to 30% that has NO Threshold & No Upper Limit!
  • 6 monthly Holiday targets, (2 holidays per year)
  • Quarterly Prizes (iPads, Tv's etc)
  • Work Phone
  • Rolex Incentives
  • Monthly Lunch Clubs
  • Free Friday Breakfasts - (every Friday!!!)
  • Sports days,
  • Team nights out and much much more!

To apply or find out more please email usha at usha@ montash.com

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