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Graduate Job Trainee Recruitment Consultant – Retail / FMCG

Vacancy Type: Graduate Job
Employer: Ruella James plc
Reference: GP/GRDAS/1830
Salary: Basic c. £18 – 20k, OTE £35k  

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re you a self-motivated graduate with sales experience??

Trainee Recruitment Consultant – Retail / FMCG
Basic c. £18 – 20k, OTE £35k
Based West London

The Person:
Our client is looking for Trainee Recruitment Consultants of Graduate calibre with the ability to demonstrate achievement & drive for results. A dynamic, energetic approach and financial motivation are also essential as is the desire to surpass all targets set.

Our client is looking for individuals with previous sales or commercial experience and who are competitive by nature and who can work under their own initiative but who can also be effective team players.

The Company:
Established in 1980, this exciting and tremendously successful recruitment consultancy are one of the most recognised recruitment brands in the UK, under the umbrella of one of the worlds largest staffing agencies. Our client is a meritocratic and non political environment which invests in all Consultants’ training and development, to the extend of being recognised as the best in the industry for Training and Development at the recent Recruiter Awards for Excellence.
Their ambition to grow internationally as a brand offers Graduates a genuine opportunity to excel. Their organic growth has been given testimony as their Chief Executive Officer began as a Graduate Trainee 15 years ago.
This recruitment consultancy prides itself on its drive and determination at work coupled with their social and fun out of work environment, and as a testament to their success, is now one on the top 15 best companies to work for in the UK, according to a recent Sunday Times awardop of being ranked 11th in their 100 Best Companies To Work For 2005 list.

The Role:
The role of a Trainee Recruitment Consultant is tremendously fast-paced and sales driven. There is never time to get bored or feel that you are a wasted resource; there is constant change with new clients and candidates every day and new challenges to be met maintaining existing relationships and building new ones.
You need your wits about you as soon as you walk in the door until the end of the day. The phones ring constantly with people’s careers and business needs on the end of the line. If that sounds challenging and hectic, it can be. However our client operates a very supportive environment and the company operates on a team basis – shared workload for shared rewards. From day one, you will be given training at a professional and personal level, developing the skills and expertise that every one of their consultants has. An exciting and structured career path exists for those who have the beliefs and abilities to succeed.
This Trainee Recruitment Consultant role will give you the opportunity to work with a huge diversity of clients from small boutique businesses to large multinationals. Each Consultant on this team is a sector specialist and is responsible for the development of their own portfolio of clients. Sectors covered include FMCG, Retail, Services, Construction & Property and Engineering. The team recruit for a broad spectrum of roles encompassing senior and junior finance positions as well as many systems and project based roles.

This is a hugely untapped market where the potential for development is enormous. Career opportunities exist to move into management, business development or specialist consulting for those who succeed.

Call us now and speak to one of our recruitment consultants to discuss this and many other recruitment vacancies on 020 7025 5757.


Location: London (inner and outer)

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