Trainee Recruitment Consultant - Immediate start

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

Trainee Recruitment Consultant - Immediate start

South West London

£20k+ Uncapped Commission (Year 1 OTE 35k, Year 2 60k-80k, Year 3 100k+)

Starting in November

Are you looking for a career that is challenging and exciting? Want something different to the normal 9-5? Want to be in control of your earning potential?

Then Harnham need money motivated and competitive individuals to join us. We specialise in data & analytics, which is a booming industry and we have plans to double in size to 300 across offices in Wimbledon, Berlin, New York and San Francisco. Recruitment is a popular career choice it offers you the opportunity to be in control of your earning potential, progress to management quickly and work within a socially active environment.

Harnham is a fast growing and forward-thinking recruitment agency. Starting in 2006 with the 3 co-founders and has now grown to a globally leading recruitment agency and we're energetic, ambitious and competitive - we need like minded individuals to join us to keep up!

What does the role of a recruitment consultant involve at Harnham?

  • Business development - generating new clients
  • Account management for new and existing clients
  • Sourcing candidates
  • Screening and meeting candidates to prepare them for interviews
  • Meeting clients and negotiating fees
  • Influencing candidates and client's decisions
  • Handling rejection and feedback
  • Working towards KPIs and targets

What we are offering:

  • Two year training programme - fast track from trainee to management
  • A great commission structure - no thresholds, earn as much as you want!
  • Social and friendly culture: regular events and activities, weekly drinks after work, beers at 4pm on Fridays, early finishes twice a week, sports teams, celebrations for closing deals
  • Great incentive and benefits including: free breakfast and fruit, gym membership, all expenses paid holidays, lunch clubs, office bar, bonuses, winner's prizes such as Rolex's and designer handbags, tickets to football matches and music events!
  • Fast progression:

The ideal candidate:

  • Energetic
  • Money motivated
  • Driven and determined
  • Degree educated 2:1 or above
  • Or at least 6 months sales experience

How to apply - please submit your profile via the APPLY NOW button to send your application to Emma Way @ Harnham

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