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In House IT Recruiter - London and Sout East - £225 Per Day

Job Title: In House IT Recruiter - London and Sout East - £225 Per Day
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Salary: £200 - £225 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3-6 Months
REF: J6422_1487183250
Contact Name: Martin Rennison
Contact Email:
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

A retail client with over 200 branches is looking for a recruiter to work in house for them on an initial 3-6 month contract focussing on IT roles.

Typical roles will be PM's, BA's, Developers, Scrum Masters, Infrastructure engineers etc.

The client has requested that you do have in-house/internal experience.

You will have line manager engagement and be expected to deliver on your roles. Direct fill expectations are 70%, and there will be sporadic engagements with 3rd party suppliers.

The role will be based in London, with some travel to some of the regional offices.

If you are interested and want to learn more please submit your CV today.

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