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Start a career in recruitment
You’re about to finish University, no more student discounts, ready meals or assignment deadlines. Things are about to get real! Why not join a business that will help you transition from student to professional in a fun, collaborative environment?
32 days paid holiday (including bank holidays) increasing with your length of service
Recharge areas for unwinding, socialising and even a quick nap if you feel you need one
Onsite pool table, foosball and ping-pong tables to unleash your competitive edge
Themed meeting rooms to inspire creativity
Monthly fully expensed lunch clubs at local restaurants
Company milestone celebration events in the office
Dogs at work days
Quarterly incentives that include international weekend trips away
Beauty treatments available onsite on your breaks
Target led monthly cash allowances to boost your salary
Structured career development paths
MediCash health plan (after 1 years’ service)
Company mobile phone (after 3 months of service)
Dedicated onsite Learning and Development department
Fully expensed Christmas party with +1 for your partner
Annual summer party at seasonal locations
Onsite charity committee that organises 4 internal and external events throughout the year to support local charities
‘Employee Wellbeing’ programme
Enhanced parental leave
Free fresh fruit, tea and coffee
What you’ll be doing
Your new Graduate Recruitment job will require you to build long lasting client and candidate relationships. With market leading training you will learn how to source new business, arrange interviews, find great candidates and manage the offer process. It will be like building your own small business within our business.
What will I learn?
Just because you have finished Uni doesn’t mean the learning stops there. You will be taught objection handling, questioning techniques, negotiation and influencing. You will also develop your resilience, communication skills, ability to work under pressure and how to manage your time effectively (those assignment deadlines will come in handy here.)
What do I need to be successful for this opportunity?
Personality and personal attributes are more important than experience for this job. We pride ourselves on our diverse workforce and we have very successful Consultants who have joined us from all walks of life.
We work with some of the biggest and best-known companies in the world. We’re recognised by the Sunday Times 100 as the 24th ‘Best Small Company to Work For’ (5th in the East of England) and rated ‘3 stars, extraordinary’ by Best Companies.