The recruitment industry is a dynamic, fast-paced and highly competitive industry which offers exciting career opportunities to the right people.
In the UK, the annual industry turnover is currently around £26.5 billion and is forecast to rise considerably over the next few years and 100,000 people are estimated to be employed in recruitment.
The recruitment industry in 2012/13 is worth over £26.5 Billion Recruiters found 1.1 million people temp or contract roles during 2012/13 (source REC)
What does a Recruitment Consultant do?
A Recruitment Consultant is a professional sales person acting as the intermediary between organisations wishing to recruit (the client) and the individual seeking a career move or a temporary assignment (the candidate).
The Consultant’s role is the vital link between candidates and clients, often advising on strategic as well as operational requirements. It involves attracting business from client companies by using sales, business development and marketing techniques, then building relationships with them to become a trusted advisor for recruitment by getting to know the client companies, what they do, how they operate and the general culture or atmosphere of their workplace.
Consultant’s key responsibilities
The role of a Recruitment Consultant is broadly to:
What will make you successful?
Whilst there are no absolute rules as to who can be successful in our company, generally you’ll have more chance of doing so if you can answer “Yes” to the following questions:
Are you a Cummins Mellor person?
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