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French Speaking Recruitment Consultant (no experience needed)
Are you looking for a career where you can directly influence your income and your progression? Do you want an exciting career with regular business trips? Are you interested in excelling sales and interpersonal skills? Do you want to work and build relationships with some of the biggest brands in the world?
Then apply now for our Recruitment consultant position! We are a multiple award winning, global, multilingual, market leading Recruitment company. We have successful offices in London, New York, San Francisco and Berlin and looking for French speakers to join our team.
The Perks of working at Harnham
Great earning potential - £20,000 basic salary plus commission and bonus - First year: £35,000 OTE - Second year: £60,000 - 80,000 OTE - Third year: £80,000 - 100,000 OTE
Training and Development- we invest in you and your goals and will support you from day one with award-winning in-house trainer
Career Progression - it is not about how long you've been with us, it all comes down to how hard you work and your performance. We will support you as good as possible. Within 10 Months you will be promoted to Senior Recruitment Consultant doubling your income over night.
Management - within two years of starting here at Harnham you will be able to lead your own team of 4!
Great Incentives & Benefits - free breakfast every day, free fruit every day, casual Fridays and Beer fridge, Lunch Clubs, Rolex or Designer Bag prizes, discounted gym, fully-paid trips to the Caribbean, Las Vegas or Ibiza
Our Culture - Football Teams, Netball Teams, Food&Wine Club, Sport Days, Weekly after work drinks, charity fundraising, tough mudder, Summer Parties, Christmas Parties, Team night outs Our Instagram: @harnhamlife
Well-knows companies as clients - We are the world's leading recruitment agency in Data&Analytics and work with impressive brands, such as football clubs, interior companies, fashion brands.
Regular fully paid business trips - meet your clients and candidates. We pay the bill for flight, accommodation, dinner etc.
What does a Recruitment Consultant do?
As a recruitment you will be responsible for building long lasting relationships with impressive, multinational Brands, recruiting for positions on their behalf. Through regular business trips you will be able to develop more and more clients.
You will identify suitable candidates through headhunting and job adverts, interviewing, preparing and advising candidates. One of your responsibility will be negotiation with candidates and clients to get the best deal possible for both sides.
Throughout the whole end-to-end recruitment process, you will be the first point for contact as you will be a respected market expert.
Through classic business development you will identify potential new clients and will be contacting them to start building a fruitful relationship.
What do you have to bring to be a successful Recruitment Consultant?
Recruitment is an exciting but also very challenging, fast paced career. To be a successful Recruitment Consultant you need to be resilient, competitive, confident and able to work well under pressure and towards targets/goals.
No Experience needed! Our in-house trainer will teach you everything you need to know!
Fluency in French.
How to apply
Are you ready for this exciting career? Are you ready to put in the effort, time and work? Do you want to earn more money than in any other non-sale relative role?
Press the now apply button and send Cassandra Pick your CV!
£20000 - £45000 per annum + commission + benefits + bonus
South West London, London
Ready for your career in recruitment? We're Harnham, specialists in Data & Analytics recruitment and are looking for the final few candidates to join us.
£20000 - £40000 per annum + commission + bonus + benefits
City of London, London
Great Opportunity to join our EU contract team - focussing on the Netherlands! Focussing on the dutch market with regular business trips
With over 10 years experience working solely in the Data & Analytics sector our consultants are able to offer detailed insights into the industry.
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For our latest LinkedIn Live, we spoke to Alex Kudelka, VP of Revenue at Doodle, Sarah Ogorevc, National Manager, Campus Recruitment at Deloitte Canada, and Nahal Mustafa, Senior Org Development Specialist at Klarna, as well as our own Head of IR, Charlie Waterman. Discussing how tech can support businesses during COVID-19, what this means for hiring and those just joining the workforce, and how you can support and retain your teams during lockdown, this fascinating conversation is well worth a watch for anyone looking to recruit or onboard remotely. Here's what they had to say:
13. May 2020
Large parts of the world may have moved to working remotely for the foreseeable future, but that doesn’t mean that their projects have ground to a halt. And, with Data & Analytics at the forefront of many businesses ongoing strategies, their Data teams are continuing to grow regardless. As a result, we’ve seen a huge increase in the number of video interviews taking place as companies look to continue hiring and meet their growth and business goals. For many, however, video interviewing will be an entirely new experience, one that throws a number of complications into the mix during an already unusual situation. With that in mind, we’ve put together our ten top tips for acing a video interview: UNDERSTAND THE TYPE OF VIDEO INTERVIEW “Live” interviews are ones where you’ll see another person on the end of the connection. These are typically conducted using Skype, Zoom or Google Hangout. For some interviews you’ll be recording your answers, expect these to be done using sites like Sparkhire. Ask your recruiter or contact with the business in advance so you know what type of video interview to expect. TEST YOUR INTERNET CONNECTION AND WEBCAM Test your connection for Skype, Zoom Google Hangout, or whichever interview platform you are specifically using. Do a test run to see how fast/slow your connection is to see if you will have any problems with the video that you may need to resolve beforehand. SOUND CHECK Equally as important is how you sound. Having to repeat your answer because the interviewer couldn’t hear you will not only annoy the interviewer, it may disrupt your flow and throw you off guard. If possible, try not to use headphones, as they may make you look less professional (video interview or otherwise!), but audio quality is more important than appearance here, so check the audio in advance to be sure. CONNECT WITH YOUR INTERVIEWER IN ADVANCE If you know who you’re interviewing with connect with them on LinkedIn beforehand or get their phone information. This is so you have a backup in case the video platform isn’t working and will save any last-minute panicking if the platform isn’t working. DRESS THE PART Just because the interview is over video doesn’t mean you don’t get dressed up for it. Dress how you would if you were having the interview face to face – first impressions count! Plus if you’re dressed smartly from head to toe it’ll help you feel best set up for success. LOOK BEHIND YOU Interviewers can easily be distracted by what is happening behind you. If you don’t have a home office, use a room where you’ll have a wall or bookcase behind you which will look professional. REMOVE DISTRACTIONS Noise, music, children and pets can all be distractions to you and your interviewer. Be prepared to continue through the interview if your pet makes noise or your child barges in. Ideally if you can find a quiet space away from these distractions you won’t be interrupted. MAKE EYE CONTACT Interviews over video won’t replicate a live meeting. You have to proactively make sure you smile, make eye contact and speak clearly. Don’t fidget or make a lot of movement – if the connection is slow, you’ll appear fuzzy and out of focus. DON'T PREPARE AT THE LAST MINUTE You wouldn’t leave preparing to the last minute if you were meeting face to face so a video interview shouldn’t be different. Prepare your answers, questions to ask the interviewer and use post it notes if you need helpful reminders for video-specific tips (Look at the webcam! Smile! Speak clearly!). KEEP A GLASS OF WATER NEXT TO YOU It’s an ideal prop if you do need to take a couple of seconds to collect your thoughts before answering a question. Don’t substitute for a hot beverage (tea or coffee for example) as if you do spill you don’t want to be distracted by a burn or stain. If you are looking for your next role, we may be able to help. Take a look at our latest jobs, where you will find a number of remote working opportunities. Or, if you are looking to make a remote hire, get in touch with one of our expert consultants and we can help you manage the process.
31. March 2020