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Recruitment Consultant – Business Support (Sydney)

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

Excellent opportunity to be part of a genuinely unique boutique Sydney recruitment company that offers a flexible work culture and exceptional reputation in the market. This is a warm desk with existing billing clients to take over to help get you started. In addition to this you will be expected to effectively network and bring in new clients different industries.

To be considered for this role, you will need experience of working in a fast paced temporary recruitment market, ideally specilaising in Business Support roles, however other sectors will be considered. Passion, commitment, maturity and drive are all qualities that you will need to make this desk a success.

This is a full 360 recruitment role, and you must be self motivated and understand what needs to be done to make a desk profitable. This is not a micro management or KPI environment. In return for your efforts, you will have access to a long standing database, competitive base salary with a very generous commission scheme, team and company away day incentives, friendly team culture and central Sydney CBD office location. You will be working with like minded consultants, that are passionate about building long lasting trusting partnerships with candidates and clients.

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