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Home » Latest Jobs » Recruitment Consultant- Accounting and Finance Contract Desk

Recruitment Consultant- Accounting and Finance Contract Desk

Posted on February 6th, 2014 by Gecko Recruitment
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Sydney, Australia

This unique agency has experienced rapid growth since its inception in 2008 and is now looking to expand further. Already a market leader with financial services clients this is a great career opportunity to be part of a company that is seeking further growth plans in Australia and Internationally.

They offer an adult environment with a mature attitude towards the work they do, you will work alongside supportive hands on directors and owners of the business to carve  a niche for yourself with both existing and new clients. They have a strong emphasis on networking in the industry  and will be expected to maintain this with wining, dinning and socialising with candidates and clients alike.

You will have a proven track record in running your own desk ideally from an Accounting and Finance background however other sectors will be considered. A consistent work history with demonstrable billing figures and the ability to bring on new business is key to this role.

They are privately owned and as such offer a generous commission structure, no micromanagement and flexible working environment. They have real team ethos and genuinely want to invest in their people.

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