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Graduate Job Graduates looking to earn £££'s future career in the public sector recruitment

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Sharp Recruitment
Reference: EW4
Salary: 17,000 - 19,000  

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Public Sector Recruitment

Without doubt one of the UK?s leading Public Sector recruitment firms.  The  were founded in 1994. Initially the firm?s focus was on senior level recruitment in the City and in Eastern Europe with an office in Moscow since 1995. In June 2001 they started a new division providing temporary and contract recruitment services into the Public Sector. The initial focus was on Social Housing, but quickly expanded into Finance; Regeneration and Development, and more recently Policy and Strategy. This business has achieved spectacular growth over a period when the recruitment sector has been broadly flat. With a turnover of over £30 million they  employ over 110 people. In May 2004 they also opened Manchester office. They are looking for people who respond to the values, and who want to participate in what they believe is a very exciting future. You should be ambitious, keen to learn, and eager to get on. You should be money motivated, while recognising that this will naturally follow your involvement with and contribution towards a successful business. You should be a strong marketer, but also have a natural empathy with people. You should be someone who thrives in a pressurised environment, and who needs to succeed to fulfill your personal ambitions. You should be a rounded personality who will, in time, be able to compliment and add value to our business in a range of different ways.

Location: London (inner and outer)

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