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Trainee Recruitment Consultant

Job Title: Trainee Recruitment Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: United Kingdom,City of London
Industry:
Salary: £20000 - £25000 per annum + 60k OTE + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: SPTR_22599
Contact Name: Usha Tyagi
Contact Email: usha@montash.com
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Job Description

Do these words apply to you?

Entrepreneurial, articulate, dedicated, driven, ethical, resilient, reliable, professional,

self-motivated, ambitious, charismatic, adaptable, team player, open-minded,

hard-working, confident, honest, determined, enthusiastic, tenacious, proactive.

Company

Montash is an award winning search and selection consultancy based in Shoreditch, London. We specialise following: Architecture, SAP, BI, DATA and Information Security.

Training

3 months is the length of the training programme and it consists of classroom training with our in house Talent Manager, Usha; our in house technology manager, as well as live coaching on the job. Montash is hands-on and it is our aim to give you the tools, the training and the support to succeed.

What We Offer

Alongside a structured growth & development plan for every employee there are also many other benefits Montash offer for delivery and account management employee's:

·Competitive salaries

·A commission structure of up 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!

Competencies:

·Strong sales ability (ideal not essential)

·Confident

·Ambitious

·Influencing and Negotiation skills

·Be able to think outside of the box

·Excellent communication skills both written and oral

·Target driven and able to achieve and exceed targets

·Ability to work well under pressure

·The ability to focus on end results and be able to be self-motivated

·Problem Solver

·Pro-active approach

·Flexible approach

Role:

You will be expected to generate new business and deliver high quality candidates to existing clients.

Business Development responsibilities/skills:

·Generate and Pitch leads

·Canvass existing and new clients

·Create new business opportunities

·Build relationships

Candidate Generation and

·Meet set targets

·Deliver on requirements

·Book meetings

·Source active and passive candidates globally using all resources

·Headhunting a range of profiles

·Set own goals/self-analysis

·High level of commitment to tasks

To apply please send a copy of your cv before the closing date of 8th August 2014, to usha@montash.com or call Usha or Stephen on 0207 014 0232

The next stage will be a pre-screen questionnaire sent via email and then a telephone interview conducted by the management.

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