I am going to start learning how to drive soon but want to apply for a recruitment consultant job. I know they have to meet people for interviews outside the office but does this mean you need to know how to drive?
I wonder what to write as job description.for a recruitment consultant i guess he should be the one writing it to get the job but i have to write it now to get him/her into the company. please some points job description for a recruitment consultant in health sector
I've been approached by recruitment consultants in the past and never got the job I was after. Am I missing something here or do they not have your best interests at heart? So recruitment consultants, a good thing or a bad thing to get a job?
My partner has been offered a job in Dubai and I am planning on going with him, however, I work in the social care system, and am aware that there is no such thing in Dubai. I have many transferable skills (I think!) and am having trouble identifying a recruitment consultant who would be able to help me find a job in dubai! Ideally I would like to be able to speak with this person.
Iv been offered a job as a Recruitment Consultant but im unsure whether to take it. I currently work for the Home Office and its a secure job but its not very challenging. I need a job with targets and motivation. Could someone please explain the role to me and what i would be doing? Also, what would be my OTE realistically?
Say I went to recruitment consultants and offered them a bounty for if they put me in touch with an employer looking for someone with my skills and I got the job. Would this constitute bribery? This is in the UK.
Yes DR and Mrs Bears Face, I know how recruitment consultants work thank you very much. What I am suggesting is a radical system where the Employee pays instead of the Employer, thus providing an incentive to employ the applicant as oppose to an incentive to fill the job.
I'm currently working as a recruitment consultant in Bristol and have the commission from 7 placements outstanding (around about £3000). I'm planning on leaving my current job to get another recruitment job in London and I'm just wondering if my company is obliged to pay out my already earned commission after I've handed in my notice? If anyone has had the same issue I'd be grateful if you could share your experience. Thank you :)
Ive been in recruitment within an hr setting for 7 years and i now want to become a recruitment consultant but i dont have any sales experience. How do i get this when i work full time? Even some trainee jobs require some sales experience.
I have been offered a job as an IT recruitment consultant at a firm but don't know whether to take it up.
Could anybody tell me what the role is about, furthermore does anybody work in IT recruitment or know of any1 that does? Is it a good career?
Hello and thanks for looking at my question. I am Jo and when I am 24 years old I would like to become a recruitment consultant. I would have served in the British Army for 6 years in a close protection role and I would have around 9-7 GCSE's and 3 A - levels in Business, English and Media. I am very good with people, I am good at selling things, I am very mature, I am hard working and very well organized!! Do I have the right qualifications to become a recruitment consultant?? How do I become a recruitment consultant???
Thanks, if you have any open questions post a link in your answer and I will do my best to answer yours!! Thanks again form Jo!!
I absolutely hate recruitment consultants and believe they are the scum of the earth. Wouldn't actual mind them if they got me a job but they haven't. Any jokes about them tho?
You know the story, you apply for a job and get a phone call from a recruitment consultant asking you to come in and register. You then go in and they don't mention the job at all, does everyone else get this. Whats the best way to decline but still get them to find work for you? Is it worth the effort of having to go in to get in with them or not? Any consultants opinion?
Extremely interested to recieve answers from recruitment consultants, if you are one please indicate it in your answer. Thanks.
Recruitment consultants seem to have the jobs market at the moment they are opening up like supermakets..
with so many different types of jobs around how can they know what is needed in every skills area..
they advertise great new contract just started lots of people wanted,start tomorrow,so you go down to register spend hours there filling forms and you have the skills they need,a good CV.and weeks after still wating for replys.my brother is so fustrated with it.
A recruitment consultant is responding to my CV saying - 'it doesn't match closely enough with the client requirements' - even though I specifically detailed/answered every item in the job description which fits EXACTLY the role & my experience.
Ok well a few days ago I had an interview for a job in a bank. Despite not feeling the best this week due to a nasty dose I prepared for the interview as best I could. I heard back from the recruitment consultant informing me that the interviewers believed I wasn't sufficiently prepared in my knowledge of the company/bank. Could this have 'repercussions' ?
I am applying for the job of Recruitment Consultant. They need me to write in 200 words - why should I be considered for the role ? Someone please help me.
Hi, does anyone know the best recruitment consultant/website/local paper/trade magazines to find a job in the languedoc region in the south of france. I would like to move my young family there and have a property/senior management background. I have spent days on the web and am getting no-where. I would be very grateful for any information.
The most common question that you get asked by a recruitment consultant when you are about to look for a new job is "What is your current salary like?". Should I be doing that? In either case, I am not going to accept a job offer below the market rate for the new role BUT if I don't disclose my pay, do I stand a better chance of being offered better paying roles?
Saw a job vacancie titled - recruitment consultant
Was just wondering what experience and qaulifications would i need to make a successful application.