Business Support Recruitment Consultant

Posted By: Greg Phipps
Salary: Competitive based on experience
Location: Newcastle upon Tyne
Job Type: Permanent
Category: Internal

Central Employment’s Commercial team are expanding and require a driven and enthusiastic Business Support Recruitment Consultant, joining an already established and successful department of talented recruiters who specialise in Marketing, Sales and Technology.

Duties of the Business Support Recruitment Consultant:

Working with the Commercial Manager, depending on experience, the successful candidate will have full recruitment life cycle responsibilities and will be hands on with clients and candidates. You will be required to contribute to developing business from existing clients using your experience and market knowledge. You will have access to a supportive team environment, internal and external databases, as well as a host of generalist and specialist recruitment resources.

Geographical and vertical sector restrictions do not exist, giving entrepreneurial consultants the opportunity to develop their market without inhibitors. With the guidance of Company Directors and colleagues you will be fully supported in developing existing and new markets and provided with unique skills to help differentiate Central Employment and yourself.

Successful candidates will have the following:

  • Previous recruitment experience would be advantageous, but not essential
  • A background from the services industry, ideally within a client facing role
  • Proven track record in achieving and exceeding targets
  • Excellent communication, negation skills and commercial awareness within a fast paced environment
  • Consideration will be given to candidates that do not have a recruitment background assuming they can demonstrate a passion or genuine interest in the sector.

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