Ever thought about becoming a Recruitment Consultant?
Recruitment Panda are building a new tribe of trainee's under one of our most long-standing and successful team members. He's a bit of a celebrity in Health and Social Care in the North West and across Wales and he's a thoroughly nice bloke.
If you might like to train under an expert, joining a growing boutique recruitment consultancy with a phenomenal track record and an exciting new business plan (in brand new offices in the fabulous town of Altrincham), here's what you should know before applying...
1. It's a fantastic thrill when your client hires your candidate, everyone is happy and you earn a ££££ fee.
2. A career as a Recruitment Consultant comes with other perks. All expenses paid trips at home and abroad are commonplace, as are weekly and monthly competitions for other rewards, such as bonus holiday days and other nice little prizes.
3. To create interviews that earn fees you will need to persuade companies to let you work for them and people to let you represent them as candidates. Most will not succeed. You need several candidates for each vacancy.
4. You need to face that reality every day to organise enough interviews to hit your targets.
5. These things make it quite 'salesey'. Not everyone finds the targets easy and not everyone is comfortable with the 'pressure' of this reality.
If you understand the above and still think being a Recruitment Consultant may be for you, the next indicator of success is your professionalism. How professional are you? How professional can you be and how adaptable are you?
These are just a few of the questions we'd like to know the answer to and if you are prepared to answer them here's what you can expect in terms of reward.
With a few exceptions, where a sales track record exists and personal circumstances allow high degrees of dedication to the work, in your first year, you will likely earn a modest amount. Not much more than a basic salary.
Typical clients want recruitment consultants who know what they're doing, which can make it hard for new consultants to win the best vacancies and earn the biggest fees.
In your second year, you'll probably earn about the same as the UK's average wage (£29.6k, not bad for a trainee).
In your third year, if you have continued to improve your practice, taken all the lessons on board, overcome your doubts about your ability and the job itself, you are likely to earn 50% more than the UK's average wage. You will also have clients who come to you as a first choice and candidates who know who you are before you know who they are. You will also have competitors who want to steal your clients and also your candidates.
We will train you to and help you on the job to overcome the challenges, to maximise the opportunities, and to do so consistently.
After that, we can help you achieve double the national average on your own or treble the national average and beyond, by taking on new markets and building a team around you.
That's about all you need to know.
Everything else is about whether you like us, we like you, whether we can reach an agreement about pay, if our office location suits you and if the realities of the above suit your lifestyle and ambitions.
Please apply for more info. We'd love to tell you more about our business plan at interview.
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