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SAP Recruitment Consultant - Permanent Division

Job Title: SAP Recruitment Consultant - Permanent Division
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
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Contact Name: Usha Tyagi
Contact Email: talent@montash.com
Job Published: almost 3 years ago

Job Description

Location: Old Street - Central London
Salary: Negotiable
Benefits: Commission upto 30% - Uncapped and NO Threshold!!! 120k OTE
 

Montash

Established in 2004, Montash is an award winning global IT recruitment firm. From our HQ in London we partner with clients across the UK, Europe, ASIA, Africa, North and South Americas and APAC. 

This is a great time to join Montash. As a true market contender in all our core technologies, we have been enjoying sustained double digit growth year on year and now with rapid growth plans for the next 36 months in and outside of the UK.

It’s a great place for you as there will be increasing responsibility based on individual achievements accompanied by internal and external coaching on management programmes.

 As a specialist niche agency we focus on the core areas of SAP.
 

What We Offer 

Alongside a structured growth & development plan for every employee there are also many other benefits Montash offer: 

  • Competitive salaries 
  • 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! 

 

Role

You will be required generate new business and the emphasis is to grow your clients into key accounts, with the opportunity to grow in to a mentor/ team lead. 

You will be reporting directly into the CEO.
 

Individual Responsibilities/skills

  • Meet individual and team revenue targets 
  • Canvas new clients and build desk
  • Competitor analysis
  • Generate a high quality talent pool
  • Set own goals/self-analysis 
  • Have a flexible approach and effectively problem solve

 

Competencies

  • Market/sector Knowledge, reflecting trends and Market initiatives
  • Negotiation skills 
  • Resilient, Financially aware and driven
  • Personable and Approachable
  • Organised and can build rapport at all levels

 

If you have no previous management experience, we will develop you around the below skill set where needed:

Mentoring Responsibilities/Skills

  • Achieve targeted sales figures
  • Manage own / team KPI's (Kpi’s are not generic they are individually set, based on workload and focus of each individual in the business)
  • Coaching and mentoring your team – candidate/client activities and Identify further development needs
  • Provide regular feedback to your team and manager 
  • Show ability of thinking and acting strategically 
  • Generating reports 
  • Perform reviews 

 

Montash have extremely ambitious plans over the next 3 years, if you feel you have the key attributes above want a structured and supportive growth plan within a successful business then Montash could be the place that ensures your development to the next level in your career.

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