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Recruitment Consultant-IT software

Posted on August 17th, 2013 by Gecko Recruitment
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A leading global technology recruitment specialist with offices in the UK, Asia and Australia  is seeking an experienced software development consultant. On offer are all the benefits of a fantastic global brand with boutique style service & benefits as well as a grown-up management style.

You will sit across the vertical market team within the Technology division and leverage off the existing Key Accounts and PSA clients to open new areas, as well as bringing on new clients through your own networks.  You will be supported by existing team members and management to work to agreed targets in order to achieve your  full potential in this industry.  Working in a niche sector will allow you to further develop your expertise and knowledge in the industry. This role also offers a dual desk.

Previous IT recruitment experience is essential for this role, a local market knowledge would also be an advantage but not essential. You will bring with you a strong commercial acumen, a proven track record in business development and a passion to succeed in challenging environments.

This company can offer international career opportunities, annual reward initiatives, gym discounts, health plan plus regular social and team activities. The commission structure is uncapped with a competitive base salary.

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