Recruitment Consultant - Graduate Scheme

London
£20000 - £25000 per annum + uncapped OTE, holidays, bonuses

Recruitment Consultant - Graduate Scheme

Offices in South West London

Start dates: June/July

£20k + uncapped commission with no thresholds

About Harnham

Harnham is a global leading recruitment agency specialising in data & analytics. Because this is all we recruit for, it means we have built a solid presence within the market and have established strong relationships with our clients. We pride ourselves on never having lost a client, being an award-winning company and being innovative to keep us ahead of our competitors. Our clients include the Big 4 consultancies, premiership football teams and popular fashion brands. If you are looking for a forward-thinking company which gives you exposure to working with high end clients…this could be the dream graduate job for you!

About the programme

We have put together a detailed 2-year training programme which essentially takes you from a recruitment rookie to a recruitment master. Whilst learning you will also be doing the job, so our training involves interactive class-based sessions and on the desk training as well as our online learning platform.

Your training will be delivered by our 2 impressive in-house trainers who together have trained over 10,000 sales people, over 15 years' experience in recruitment and consequently been top billers.

How will your career progress?

Your progression here can be as quick as you make it! We have a meritocratic structure set out which outlines from day 1 what you need to achieve to get you next 8 promotions. We aim for you to get your 1st promotion within 12 months, with our previous graduates achieving it in 10 months. And by 24 months we aim for you to be progressing into management.

Earning potential

Because recruitment is a sales-based career you will be working within a meritocratic environment where what you put in you will get out. This also means you'll be working with uncapped commission so for every candidate you place, you will get commission from placing them.

Based on our commission structure and your targets you should be expecting to be earning £30-35k in year 1, £60k in year 2 and potentially £100k + in year 3 of your career here at Harnham.

About you

No previous recruitment experience is needed to join our programme as we provide full training. However, we do look for the following attributes in graduates who apply.

  • Degree of any discipline 2:1 or above
  • Competitive attitude
  • Ability to communicate in an articulate and professional manner
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Like working towards targets or goals
  • Quick thinking and adaptable

To apply send your CV across to Emma Way @ Harnham to submit your application. If successful you will hear back within 48 hours.

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