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Graduate Job Marketing Recruitment Consultant – Graduate/Trainee

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Spencer Harrington
Reference: HSHTVR3
Salary: Basic Salary £18-20K + uncapped commission  

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Fantastic opportunity to join the UK’s market leading Marketing and Senior Sales Recruitment Consultancy. Working in close partnership with the Marketing departments of some of the country’s top 200 brands (Coca Cola, Nike, SKY etc), you will have high levels of client exposure from day one.

The company is enjoying a sustained period of growth, and as a result is looking for talent at all levels to join their London office. Bright, high-achieving, confident, professional graduates will be put on an intensive 6 month training programme encompassing all areas of the industry & role.

The role itself is hugely diverse, with responsibilities ranging from managing & developing key accounts and attending client sales meetings, through to devising advertising campaigns (to maximise candidate response) and business development.

 

Person required:

    • Strong communication skills
    • Outgoing personality
    • Motivated by Money
    • Drive
    • Confidence
    • An ability to work well in a team
    • Natural energy/enthusiasm.
    • Previous sales experience is preferred but not essential.

Due to the company’s focus on organic growth, a structured & accelerated career path will be laid out for top performers, with all Managing Consultants and Directors of the business having joined as graduate trainees. Financial rewards, coupled with high basic salaries, are second-to-none; in addition to fantastic incentives.

Location: Any Location, London (inner and outer), South East England, UK locations

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