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Trainee Recruitment Consultant

Job Title: Trainee Recruitment Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: City of London, London
Industry:
Salary: £20000 - £25000 per annum + 35-45k OTE
REF: TRC
Contact Name: Usha Tyagi
Contact Email: usha@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 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 Old Street in Shoreditch, London. We specialise following: Architecture, SAP, BI, DATA, Information Security & Energy Technology.

 

Training

Our initial training programme consists of classroom and live coaching over your first 3 months. There is then a further 9 months of coaching, supporting you with the best tools to ensure success.

 

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 £20k-25k
  • 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 Management

  • 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 to usha@montash.com or call Usha on 0207 014 0232

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