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.
Currently I work in outbound sales for a telecommunications company and am applying for a position as a Trainee Recruitment Consultant. Any suggestions as to what I can write? Preferably specifics to this industry.
Im a recruitment enthusiast and look in to start a career in recruitment
starting as a trainee recruitment consultant
I only have sales experience by working as a customer service/ contact centre job.
Customer would call to amend details and notify change of address,order back issues, were i take the opportunity to sell a product that is relevant for the customer. I received a voucher card for argor for over £100 for sales bonus but nothing on paper, sometimes they would call to place a complain (i have experience in managing complains over the phone) this job was temporary over the christmas period , job lasted 6 moths , I had excellent training and I learnt so much about customer service.
the rest of my job history are jobs as trainee plumber, cooking in restaurants as Zizziz and Toro latino ,and Rio Bravo and also did carpet fitting.
Any thoughts ? firstname.lastname@example.org
Extremely interested to recieve answers from recruitment consultants, if you are one please indicate it in your answer. Thanks.
I have a job Interview 2moro and I really want to Impress, any ideas how i can really blow them away!!
I have got past the first Interview and This is the 2nd part!
Its for a trainee recruitment consultant in London
I have a second interview tomorrow, and it's me against one other guy.
Any tips would be great, I really want this job!
(Its to become a trainee medical recruitment consultant)
I basically would like to start a new career in recruitment but just need a little advise on where to begin.
Obviously i would start from scratch as i have no experience in this field.
Any feedback is appreciated.
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I feel quite down at the moment as I see most people I know either in work/college or Uni, even another person in the same situation as me is planning on going to University next September while I'm doing nothing.
My mum keeps telling me that I can only look and there won't always be jobs available (especially as all the seasonal stuff has gone.) But its horrible feeling this way.
I recently quit a work placement as I felt intimidated by the other workers as they kept asking me really inappropriate things and left me on my own for 5 hours..
Sorry for rambling but I have a bit on my mind at the moment - any advice?
I need to find work.
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