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As support to the principal recruitment consultant you will be; gathering candidate names, interviews, candidate management, database maintenance and ensuring quality assurance compliance.
Liaising with a large number of people, you will be charged with collating as much information as possible to get the perfect candidate. As a resourcer you'll have two main routes; firstly within an employment agency (specialising in recruiting for an industry) or you could work in-house for a HR department and recruit for internal positions. This route means you deal with both permanent, contract and temporary positions to find suitable candidates at a range of different levels.
The role is 9-5pm, and with thousands of recruitment agencies in the UK, you can specialise in any industry you choose. Transferring your skills across various fields is a great chance to keep your work fresh. With increased experience within a bigger company you will find yourself moving up the career ladder and promotion into a consultancy, business development or management role is possibility. You will always find success if you're consistent in delivering or exceeding your targets and making a big impression on clients.
In terms of a salary, you will be looking at an average of £17,500 a year, but once you've gained more experience you should find that your salary can increase to £20,000 - 40,000 (plus commision).
To excel as a Resourcer you should:
Hold good communication skills.
Gain people's confidence, be persuasive, persistent and patient.
Work under pressure, be flexible and adaptable.
Good organisational and administrative skills.
Good IT skills and work to deadlines.
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