Do you wish you could leave behind the micro-management and red-tape of your corporate firm without losing the benefits, support and career path? If If you are an experienced Recrutiment Consultant - this new opportunity in London could be perfect for you!
Joining a large but independent recruitment brand you will enjoy the advantages of a larger business (leads, systems, back office support, career progress) but gain the rewards, flexibility and autonomy of an independent brand. No KPI bashing, no red tape, no managing by fear or "control freakery". Just high-quality recruitment focused on first-class customer service.
Based in a large, friendly and supportive team in Central London you will be taking over a well-established Perm Desk that already bills £150K + per year and is only available due to imminent maternity leave. Taking over this well developed and managed portfolio of clients (who tend to work with this firm on an exclusive / sole agency basis) who span professional services, creative and technology markets you will be placing all types of Office Support, Office Management, EA and PA type roles.
90% of this role will be servicing existing accounts and filling roles using the existing candidate database - so no cold calling!. You will be busy with live roles and candidates from day one - so this role will suit an experienced Recruitment Consultant (probably Senior or Principal level) who can work independently and already understands the Office Support market.
Working here will see you gain great support, training and career development with mentoring and leadership that is relaxed and friendly. If you have ideas they will be welcomed and if you want to host events for clients and candidates support and budget will be made available.
If you're a proven Perm Recruiter in Office Support that simply wants a more supportive environment, a bigger desk and less business development focus you must get in touch! If successful you can expect to achieve:
For an initial confidential discussion please contact Tara Lescott today.