Entry Level Recruitment Consultant - Immediate Start

South West London, London
£22000 - £37000 per annum + commission, bonuses

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Entry Level Recruitment Consultant

Office in Wimbledon, South West London

£22k + uncapped commission (Realistic 1st year OTE £37k, 2nd year £70k, 3rd year on wards £100k+)

Immediate start dates available

Who are we?
We are a privately-owned recruitment company employing over 130 consultants across offices in London, New York, Berlin and San Francisco. Plus our growth plans aren't stopping there, with plans to double in size over the next couple of years we are still growing rapidly!
Establishing ourselves in the Data & Analytics market in 2006, we are now global leaders in the industry for Data & Analytics recruitment services - meaning we are the largest and best at what we do. If you're looking for a forward thinking and ambitious company to work for then read on...

Why should you work here?

  • Unbeatable training: from day 1 of our 2-year training programme you'll be receiving marketing leading training from our 2 in-house trainers who have both had impressive careers - one of which has billed £1million in her career
  • Fantastic Culture - it's rare you find a business where the people actually enjoy spending time with each other outside of working hours. We are all very ambitious and competitive but can have a laugh and take our competitive nature outside of the office e.g. 5 a side football teams, weekly netball teams, sales competitions and social drinks weekly
  • Incredible earning potential - we have uncapped commission so the sky really is the limit with what money you can make. Realistic OTE in year 3 onwards is £100k+.
  • Long term career prospects - we look to hire future leaders into the business and promote within. We offer ongoing training and development throughout your career here and at management level you'll be entitled to profit, and equity shares too!
  • We value our people - from our Diversity Committee to our Corporate Responsibility Committee we listen to our employees to ensure it's always a great place to work

Who are we looking for?

Recruitment is a complex, challenging and fast paced sales role where you'll be managing the full 360 recruitment cycle from bringing on clients through lead generation to sourcing candidates. You'll be working towards KPIs and targets to generate revenue for yourself!

Therefore, we look for the following:

  • Competitive attitude
  • Resilience
  • Tenacious work ethic
  • Switched on - you need to be proactive and assertive
  • Energy and positive attitude
  • Self-motivation
  • Drive to work in sales

We're currently interviewing for our next start dates so apply today!

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