Always wanted to work in Recruitment? Do you have bags of enthusiasm that you would love to put into a fulfilling career? I have an excellent opportunity to make a break into this exciting, challenging and rewarding industry!
In this key role, you will work as part of a team to build further on our competitive market share within the area, also building a pool of candidates and supporting existing contracts.
With a proactive approach, you will generate leads to maximise the business opportunities for your division. With an emphasis on customer care, you will build relationships with clients to negotiate contracts to supply temporary staff sector.
The ability to work at a fast pace with second to none problem-solving skills is essential, as you will be needed to react quickly to provide staffing solutions.
As you will be out and about on a weekly basis, building relationships with your Clients, a driving licence is essential.
If you love a challenge and have the drive and enthusiasm to succeed then this could be the perfect role for you!
Working within an experienced team you will be surrounded by friendly and supportive faces that are happy to help you on your journey. Bonus here is team based, meaning that everyone truly pulls together to work towards a common goal!
So why Ambitions? Established in 1990, we've experienced continuous growth and success during our 29 years in business. With 13 branches in High Street locations and 12 on-site offices across the East of England, we are committed to achieving our vision of becoming the best recruitment business in our area.
The hours of work are Monday to Friday 9.00am – 5.00pm. Of course, an attractive basic salary is available (circa £18-£25k) together with commission, private healthcare and Perkbox. As well as other great benefits including fully expensed family days out, days at the races and plenty of delicious treats. Oh, and how does having your birthday off every year sound?!
Why would you want to work anywhere else? Call Lynsey now on 01623 629966 for an informal discussion.