​What is Recruitment Consultant?

A Recruitment Consultant is a professional responsible for attracting candidates for job opportunities and matching them to freelance and permanent position with clients. At this level you may also have responsibilities with clients, depending on your ability and experience. 

What skills do I need to succeed as a Recruitment Consultant?

  • Good communications skills

  • Excellent written skills

  • Be persuasive, patient and persistent

  • Be flexible and have the ability to adapt

  • Ability to prioritise

  • Ability to work to deadlines and under pressure

What are the typical duties and activities for a Recruitment Consultant?

Typical duties and activities undertaken by Recruitment Consultants include:

  • Advertising job vacancies across multiple channels, including job boards, email marketing and social media

  • Researching companies, professions and specific sectors

  • Maintaining and updating the company database

  • Obtaining references

  • Networking with candidates via phone, email and face to face meetings

What can you earn as a Recruitment Consultant?

We offer Recruitment Consultants a basic salary of £20,000 to £23,000 per annum, dependant on experience. On top of this your on-target earnings (OTE) offers you the ability to earn a lot more, which for successful Trainee Recruitment Consultants can be anything up to £80,000+ on top of you basic salary. Our on-target earnings (OTE) are uncapped meaning you really are in control of what you are able to earn. 

What rewards and benefits will you receive as a Recruitment Consultant?

We offer some of the best rewards, incentives and benefits in the recruitment industry. Due to our flexible benefit scheme you can tailor your benefits to fir with your lifestyle and needs. This can be anything from cash alternatives, medical insurance too vouchers to spend on yourself.

As for rewards, we offer four quarterly trips away to a European destination, past trips have included Barcelona, Paris, Nice, Berlin and Copenhagen. We offer a yearly super trip to a world destination, past trips have included Las Vega, Cancun and New York. We offer two lunch targets per year, which is always at a prestigious location plus loads of other weekly and monthly incentives. 

What training is offered to Recruitment Consultants?

We believe for you to be the best Recruitment Consultant you need to work with and be helped by the best! With this in mind all of our sales training is mentor based and “in” the business, with an experienced colleague who has “been there and done it and is still doing it”.

We have a great support network too with access to colleagues across the company from day one. You will be working with real clients and candidates from the outset and as a result you can earn real commission whilst learning.

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​Located on the River Inn, Innsbruck is the fifth largest city in Austria with an estimated population of 132,493 in 2018. The name Innsbruck means ‘bridge over the inn’. Innsbruck is also officially one of six Early Adopter Cities of the Build-in-Wood project. Innbruck has seen numerous large scale construction projects over the past couple of years and has multiple large constructions projects in the pipeline, including;

House of Music

Covering an area of 7900 metres squared this project, which is located in the cultural centre of Innsbruck will see a new building built offering multiple musical institutions, concert halls, administration, dining, and adjoining rooms and a national music library. The outdoor terraces will also offer visitors spectacular views of the Alps and the city of Innsbruck.

House for Psychosocial Care and Living

This new build will see a new building consisting of 14 small apartments distributed over four floors, providing a temporary home for people with chronic mental illnesses. This building is being monitored by the University of Innsbruck due to its innovative energy technology with all-electric heating and hot water, supplied by full-surface frameless photovoltaic facade.

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