Legal Trainee Recruitment Consultant

Posted 2 June by Spark
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Legal Trainee Recruitment Consultant

Work in one of the most lucrative recruitment markets as a Legal Recruitment Consultant.

The legal market has shown no signs of slowing for the past few years despite alot of markets struggling.

This means you are coming into a market in which people are consistently taking £4k a month commission home on top of their basic.

What we need from you:

We aren't asking for the world here, we have placed people from industries such as sales, retail, hospitality, customer service and sport amongst others.

You must have:

  • A growth mindset
  • Good energy
  • A determination to be successful
  • A "can do" attitude
  • A track record of success in a commercial environment or position of responsibility

What you'll be doing:

  • Building strong business relationships with clients
  • Using sales techniques to build a pipeline of vacancies
  • Using the phone, email and social media to build a reputation in your market
  • Writing job advertisements
  • Sourcing the best candidates in the market for your vacancies

What's in it for you?

  • Up to £24k basic salary
  • Realistic OTE of £35k - £40k first year
  • Fantastic progression opportunity with recent Trainees hitting two promotions in the first 12 months
  • Industry leading training programme
  • Team based meritocratic environment

No recruitment experience is necessary, so if this sounds interesting, please apply today.

Required skills

  • Account Manager
  • Business Development
  • Recruitment
  • Hunger
  • sales

Reference: 52299034

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