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Recruitment Consultant

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Recruiter Name Quest Search & Selection
Job Title Recruitment Consultant
Job Type Permanent
Industry
Job Functions
Recruitment
Salary £18000 - £30000 per annum + BONUS+BENEFITS
Start Date ASAP
Our Reference Q95710
Job Advertised 9 months ago

Job Description

Established in 1994, Quest Search & Selection is an award-winning business and an international specialist recruitment consultancy. With a reputation of finding and placing the very best talents for some of the most successful blue chip and SME businesses worldwide, Quest Search and Selection is continuously aiming to improve its excellent and top of the line recruitment service.

We now seek to hire dynamic and proactive Recruitment Consultants to be based in our new Marble Arch office, Central London, to join us on the next stage of our exciting journey.

We are looking for either established Recruiters or industry professionals with at least 12 months of experience within Retail or FMCG, at any level, or alternatively you may be a recent graduate looking to begin a successful in a challenging and rewarding industry.

This opportunity will best fit an individual with an outgoing personality and excellent interpersonal communication skills.

As the Recruitment Consultant, your main responsibilities are as follows:

  • Place middle to senior level candidates into management positions
  • Screen candidates, conduct interviews, write advertisements, brief Resourcers on a daily basis and match candidates to the clients
  • Establish and maintain good working relationships with client companies to ensure that they are provided with the highest standards of recruitment service
  • Use sales and business development techniques to attract clients and grow your sector
  • Identify and headhunt key people within your sector

Take advantage of the opportunities that come with this new and exciting career.

  • Growing international markets in rapidly developing sectors
  • An established commission structure and good basic salary
  • An entrepreneurial environment to grow and develop
  • A team of Resources to assist you in successfully filling roles

The London office has very recently moved to Marble Arch in Central London and it's a great time to join an already established team. We can offer support, training and personal growth whilst working with you to carve out your own niche in an exciting sector.

This role offers very rewarding career prospects for the successful candidate. If you think that you have the right skills and experience for this role and are looking forward to boost your career furthermore, send us an up to date CV today.

We request that candidates send their CV as a Microsoft Word document where possible.

Quest Search and Selection is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Ref: Q95710

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