What do you need to be a Trainee Recruitment Consultant?

I have an interview on Friday and I need to impress the company manager. However, I do not have a clue about a TRC role and would like to be given the opportunity.

Asked By: Crazy Black - 11/7/2007
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I am a fully fledged RC and have been for about a year and a half and am only 20. The best trick is just to be yourself as the interview for them is all about them establishing your personality, make them aware that you are a confident communicator on all levels and with all different types of people. I had only a... More
Answered By: Simmo - 11/7/2007
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Excellent people skills. Communication skills. Public speaking abilities. Flexibility.
Answered By: LadyEtiolate - 11/7/2007
Three things are required, specifically: 1) You must be willing to be trained 2) You need to know about recruiting 3) You MUST be able to consult. Easy !
Answered By: mrajfarmer - 11/7/2007
You need a lack of morals and to be OK about exploiting people. Watch out my girl, you're on a slippery slope. It'll be estate agency next for you if you're not careful.
Answered By: Steve C - 11/8/2007
I spent ten years as a consultant and employed countless staff in that time - he main thing they will look for is tenacity, added to that you need drive, negotiation skills, the ability to build superb relationships even when the business isn't there - you need to be money orientated and want to succeed. The worst... More
Answered By: bevflower - 11/8/2007
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