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Trainee Recruitment Consultant

Job Title: Trainee Recruitment Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Industry:
Salary: 20,000 to 40,000
Duration: ASAP
REF: MontashAssessmentAug2017
Contact Name: Robert Moore
Contact Email: robertm@montash.com
Job Published: 2 months ago

Job Description

At Montash, our people are recognised as our most important asset. Due to continued growth, we are pleased to be running our 2nd Academy day in just as many months. Are you ambitious, enthusiastic and keen to get a foothold on the career ladder? Then Montash is the right company for you. We searching for competitive, resilient, confident and career-driven candidates who thrive on success and are keen to learn about the world of sales, tech and recruitment.

Montash

Established in 2004, Montash is an award-winning IT search and selection recruitment specialist based in London with worldwide clients and a market-leading training academy. Montash is a leading, global technology recruitment partner that has placed IT professionals across 30 countries. We are dedicated to providing top tier talent across a range of industries. Our market knowledge allows us to recruit the very best talent within Digital, Information Security, DevOps, Cloud SAP, and other IT specialisms to support SME’s and large corporate organisations with their transformation projects and recruitment needs.

 

Training & Development

We offer an extensive 12-month training programme – The Academy is the initial three months of classroom and live training; there onwards is nine months of ongoing coaching. We regularly recruit and train trainees and provide a detailed onboarding process. The Montash training programme provides both desk and one to one coaching to ensure that trainees are developed to the highest, professional standard.

 

About the role:

  • Negotiation
  • Meeting candidates and setting up client meetings
  • Building a client base
  • Cold calling
  • Business development
  • Preparing candidates for interview
  • Head hunting, using LinkedIn and job forums
  • Heavily sales-based          

 

About you:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Sales/ negotiation/ customer service experience
  • Entrepreneurial spirit
  • Ambitious candidates

 

Montash rewards:

  • Bi-annual holidays
  • Monthly lunch clubs
  • Rolex incentives
  • Free breakfast every Friday morning
  • Fresh fruit daily

Salary

1st year Basic,£20,000 and increased to £25,000 over 12 months (based on targets) – £35,000 - £40,000 OTE

2nd year– £55,000 - £60,000 OTE

3rd year– £70,000 - £100,000 OTE

 

To apply, please send your CV to RobertM@montash.com.

 

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