Recruiter - Entry Level w/ Full Training

Manhattan, New York
US$50000 - US$85000 per annum + commission + benefits + bonus

Recruiter - Entry Level w/ Full Training

Location: Financial District, New York City

Salary: You will make a basic salary + uncapped commission + bonuses. Realistic first-year earning is around $65-70k, with earning going to the $120-150k mark year two and increasing each year.

Start dates: May, June, July and August options

We are looking for a talented entry level Recruiters looking for a rewarding recruitment career in a fun environment where your career and earning potential will be competitive.

Harnham's development scheme is unparalleled in the market and lasts the first two years of your career. Our consultants join us as graduates and within two years are managing teams.

Why Harnham?

  • We're a leading recruitment consultancy but we're not like the rest - we invest in your career from day one with a significant training programme, there are opportunities for you to move around the world and upwards within our business - plus we have fun doing it!
  • At Harnham we really value a team environment where employees feel a strong sense of importance within the company. We're a very social office with regular incentives including Lunch Clubs & an annual Winner's Trip
  • We offer full training both when you start as a trainee recruitment consultant and throughout your career with us and the support here is endless.

Benefits & Incentives for Trainee Recruitment Consultant at Harnham:

  • Company Holidays: Each year our top billers across the Globe make their way to a high-flying location for an all-expenses paid trip of a life time. Last year it was pool parties in the top venues of Vegas and this year our winners were sipping cocktails in the Caribbean, next year they're of to Ibiza!
  • Is fine dining your thing? We love to get ourselves suited and booted once in a while and experience the finer things in life. We have outstanding lunch club trips each quarter to some of the top Michelin Starred restaurants in New York - and it's all paid for!
  • Uncapped Commission: The sky is the limit with our incredible commission structure
  • Dress down Fridays: No explanation needed… it's all in the name
  • Training: You would have never guessed how fun training could be until you meet our in-house trainer. The exceptional programme will include one-to-one, group sessions and practical training to guide you throughout your recruitment journey
  • Other great perks include… Free breakfast, free fruit, discounted gym membership, charity days, sports teams

We are looking for competitive, hardworking, resilient individuals who are ready for a challenging but rewarding career in recruitment. Apply now or contact Charlie Waterman at Harnham for further information.

I am looking for candidates that are looking for a career as the following:

Recruitment Consultant, Trainee Recruitment Consultant, Graduate Recruitment Consultant, Senior Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment Account Manager, Recruitment Manager, Recruitment Administrator, Recruitment Resourcer, Sales, Business Development

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