Recruiter - We Will Train

New York
US$40000 - US$48000 per annum + OTE $80,000+

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Recruitment Consultant
Financial District, Manhattan - by Wall Street.

$48,000 Guaranteed Salary with an OTE of $80,000+ in year one
Immediate start

Do you want a secure role with high earnings? Is your pay the same no matter how hard you work? Or maybe your commission plan is not paying you the earnings you need? Here at Harnham, we feel we have the best commi$$ion plan in the industry.


The Company:
Harnham has seen huge growth since being established in 2006. Due to experiencing 50% year on year headcount growth, we have offices in London, England (HQ), New York City and San Francisco, CA. This has led us to be classed as the leading and largest Data and Analytics staffing firm globally. Given our position in the market, it has allowed us to work with some of the best talent and leading organizations worldwide. The benefit to you, is that we are not focused on one specific industry so whether you'd like to work with cutting edge AI startups, marketing agencies or the big four financial institutions, we've got you covered!

The Role:
This is a very target driven role, you'll be competing with your co-workers to meet and exceed office targets. You'll do this through networking with hiring managers or candidates and negotiating terms of business or candidate offers. Hustling on the phone, sending engaging messages, wine and dining candidates and clients will all be all in days work to win. Accompany that with team socials in the evening and you'll a very busy person.

Your Skills and Experience:
We are looking for candidates that have at least one-year professional work experience. We don't mind what industry you come from so long as you are prepared to offer top notch customer service skills and feel you'll thrive in a target driven environment. Ultimately you need to have a strong passion for being a people person. If you often find that people buy into you and the way you work, you'll succeed in this role. We'll give you the full training and support needed for you to turn this into a lucrative career.

The Benefits:
Harnham offers a competitive base salary, unlimited commission, a bonus structure, 401k, health benefits and travel perks. Top performing consultants are rewarded with lunches at Michelin rated restaurants, all- inclusive weekends away (2020's destination is Ibiza) as well as Rolex and handbag giveaways.

How to Apply:
If you're excited by what you have read, please register your interest by sending your resume via the Apply link on this page.

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