Resourcing Consultant - Permanent
Permanent Recruitment Division
Salary £20,00 - 22,000
Capita Education Recruitment, part of the Capita Group are looking for a hungry, determined resourcing consultant with a results-focused mentality and exceptional personality to join our expanding permanent recruitment team. Opportunities to progress are endless with a tailored 3-year career plan to Senior Business Development Manager level.
The permanent team is based in the London office and due to consistent success and expansion an opportunity has arisen for an additional resourcing consultant to join the team. This is an exciting time for our business, and for you to join a prize winning team guided by a supportive management and to work in a collaborative environment.
To become part of the Capita Permanent Education Team in London you will be;-
* Motivated by results and have the vision and desire to succeed
* A big personality able to communicate effectively with clients, candidates and colleagues
* Self motivated with a winning attitude
* Ruthlessly organised and totally committed
* Great face to face for both client meetings and candidates interviews
* Genuinely looking for a career in education recruitment and be committed to working 9.00am - 5.30pm.
- Excellent organisational skills due to high level of compliance
Some of the award winning benefits that come with being a Capita Education Recruitment Consultant include:
* Market leading basic salary and uncapped commission
* Induction and ongoing training modules
* 25 days annual leave plus your birthday off
* Breakfast daily and fruit in all of our offices
* Team and individual incentives and competitions
* Pension Scheme, Share Scheme, Dental Scheme, Childcare Vouchers, Cycle to Work Scheme & other great schemes
* Access to "Capita Value" giving discounts on shopping, gym memberships, vouchers, etc.
* Changing hours in the school holidays
* Paid car hire for visits
* Superb support from our Marketing department
* Promotional opportunities with Capita Education Resourcing and the Capita Group