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Senior Recruitment Consultant- Insurance/Contract Desk

Posted on October 3rd, 2013 by Gecko Recruitment
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This market leading Insurance recruiter has experienced impressive year on year growth over the past 5 years. Leading by example this hands on billing Director is seeking a new member of the team to focus and develop all contract roles. This is a great opportunity for career growth for any serious contract recruiter.

They have developed and secured PSA’s with some of Australia’s leading corporation in there market. You will develop existing accounts to promote the contract market while managing all aspects of the contractors experience. Ideally you will have experience of the insurance market, however in depth knowledge of how the contract market in Sydney operates is imperative. You will have a solid history of building and growing contract numbers in your field and not be afraid to business develop new clients.

This company offers a CBD location and an adult working environment which allows you to work from home. Team ethos and culture is really important as everyone encourages each other to succeed. They have a monthly commission scheme and yearly incentives with luxurious weekend’s away. In addition to this they also offer a competitive base salary, laptop , phone and the chance to be part of international expansion.

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