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Graduate Job New Year, New Job, Trainee Recruitment London

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Vantage Jones
Reference: AA
Salary: 18-25K Basic plus commission  

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The role of a recruitment consultant is fast paced, demanding and diverse. It is also very challenging and exciting and no two days are ever the same. The role involves attracting business from client companies by using sales, business development and marketing techniques. This includes building relationships with clients over the telephone, face to face and also in writing. It involves getting to know the client companies, what they do, how they operate and the general culture or atmosphere of the workplace. An important attribute for a recruitment consultant is the confidence to contact prospective clients and win their business.

Our consultants are also required to attract candidates by drafting advertising copy and using a wide range of media. It also involves screening candidates, interviewing them and selecting suitable candidates to put forward to client companies. Recruitment consultants are also involved in negotiating pay and salary rates and finalising arrangements between client and candidate. The sense of satisfaction you receive from placing the right candidate in the right job can be very rewarding

Key responsibilities of the role will include:

Excellent verbal and written communication skills (well spoken, highly articulate, friendly and polite).
Microsoft Word and database literate
Able to work using own initiative.
Able to work as part of a team.
Professional and responsible attitude.
Achieving monthly targets
Ad hoc Duties

Location: London (inner and outer)

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