Entry Level Recruitment Consultant - June start

London
£22000 - £35000 per annum + uncapped commission, bonuses, holidays

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Entry Level Recruitment Consultant

Wimbledon, South West London

£22k basic + uncapped commission

(Realistic year 1 OTE £35k, year 2 £60k, year 3 £100k+)

Starting in June

Harnham is the Global Leader in the highly lucrative & niche Data & Analytics industry. Since our beginnings in 2006 we have experienced unparalleled global success which has led to year on year growth across all our offices in London, New York, San Francisco and most recently Berlin.

We're currenty growing across the business globally and looking for future leaders to join the business.

What does a Recruitment Consultant do?

With the help of our dynamic training team and our industry leading training programme you'll develop into a highly skilled and professional recruiter. Day to day you can expect to:

  • Business development - good old fashioned cold calling, lead generation and establishing new client relationships
  • Account management with existing clients
  • Proactive sales - hitting KPIs, negotiating, working towards targets
  • Co-ordination of the recruitment process from start to finish
  • Handling rejections - candidate feedback as well as pushbacks from clients
  • Provide candidates and clients with high levels of service at all times

What do we look for in a Recruitment Consultant?

  • Bachelor's degree would be desirable
  • Relevant sales experience (e.g. lettings/b2b/cold calling/field sales/door to door sales)
  • Goal-driven and task-orientated mentality
  • Resilience, perseverance and positivity
  • A desire to succeed

What benefits are on offer?

  • Uncapped commission - in 3 years you can be earning £100k+
  • Fast track training programme to success - we have an unbeatable Training Academy delivered by our specialist trainers and successful consultants
  • Structured career progression plan - be a senior recruitment consultant within 12 months!
  • Annual bonuses - you can see you hard work rewarded with even MORE money on top of commission and incentives!

If this role sounds like something you would be interested in or if you would like any more information do not hesitate to contact me at or apply today to be interviewing next week!

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