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Responsibility:
3.6/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.8/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.4/5
 
Benefits:
2.5/5
 
Company Culture:
3.7/5
 
Career Progression:
2.9/5
 
Colleagues:
4/5
 
Training:
2.6/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.8/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.2/5
 

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Application Advice:

Know that it's a sales environment.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

A D, Tax PP at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Interview Advice:

Be confident, remain calm!

Associate Consultant, Associate Consultant at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

Get in touch and have a chat, register your interest, discuss the role and get plenty of information on it. Have a clear CV that outlines your experience and skills relevant to recruitment.

Interview Advice:

Be on time, be well presented. Have an open mind, ask as many questions as you want, and have a positive attitude. Do some research on the company prior to the interview, look through the website and if you see anything you particularly like about it, keep that in mind as you may be asked about this.

Associate Consultant, Recruitment at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know what you are getting into before you apply, some people may think recruitment is all fun and games. Yes we have this 'work hard, play hard' atmosphere and working at Pro is full of perks, but you will still be expected to perform to the highest of your abilities. We have had many people 'jump' into recruitment just for the sake of having a job and earning some money. Do not do this, ensure you know what is going to be expected of you and decide if this is something which is doable.

Interview Advice:

Scored against key competencies, looking at your ability to react in certain situations, asking scenario questions, what would you do in this situation? etc.

HR and Talent Coordinator, Support at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

Make sure your CV doesn't have any gaps, and if it does, make sure they are accounted for.

Interview Advice:

Be honest, know why you want the job, know your stuff about the company and industry, and show some personality.

Client Consultant, Graduate at Certus Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

Be prepared for hard work - not an easy job but can do fantastically and earn a lot of money if you get your head down.

Interview Advice:

Be fully prepared to be challenged. Have an answer ready for any challenges made.

Recruitment Consultant, Technology sales at Certus Recruitment Group
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Interview Advice:

Make sure to ask as many questions about the company and position as you can.

Recruitment Consultant, Technology Sales at Certus Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and show ambition

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and show ambition

Senior Recruitment Consultant, Graduate at Certus Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

Triple check your CV before sending for grammar and spelling mistakes. Make sure to include dates of education/work. If you have a video interview think carefully about your answers and demonstrate your skills but show your personality as well.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, Pro is looking for people who fit in with their company culture and are ready and willing to learn as opposed to just the right person on paper. Demonstrate how you would be right for the role but let your personality shine through.

Marketing Coordinator, Marketing at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

Be honest and transparent.

Interview Advice:

Again, be honest and ask lots of questions.

Executive Assistant, Admin at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

Make sure there are no errors in your CV as attention to detail is key in this role. You must also be able to demonstrate why you want a career in recruitment.

Interview Advice:

Make sure that you know your CV well!

You also need to be money motivated.

Consultant, Legal at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

You must demonstrate resilience. Recruitment is a very challenging sector with many highs and just as many lows.

Associate Consultant, Finance Commerce & Industry at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

Research extensively the company and show your enthusiasm for commodities.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared and be yourself.

, Commodities at CRU
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Application Advice:

Tailor your CV and cover letter and highlight your relevant experience

Interview Advice:

Be prepared and concise when answering questions

Analyst, Commodities at CRU
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Application Advice:

Linked in is good

Interview Advice:

Being professional is as important as showing your personality.

Marketing assistant, Cru events at CRU
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Application Advice:

If you are interested in becoming an industry expert or a market consultant CRU is definitely a good place to start. If you are good, you will get many opportunities.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared

Market Analyst, Commodities at CRU
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Application Advice:

If you have studied Engineering or Geology I would recommend that you should enter industry directly, since this experience is much more valuable than acting as a consultant/market analyst.

Consultant, Consulting at CRU
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Application Advice:

Relevant work experience in the industry you want to cover goes a long way.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to give a presentation on the sector you are applying for.

Consultant, Analysis at CRU
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Application Advice:

This role involves very little technical input - if you have done an engineering degree or geology degree, this will not build on what you have done. It does provide good opportunities to stay a part of the industry and develop commercial, strategic and analytical skills instead.

Interview Advice:

5 stage process:
1.Writing test
2. General Interview
3. Economics interview
4. Presentation
5. Group exercise.

Be confident and be yourself. There is a big weighting towards people that will 'fit well' in the team. You will meet a whole range of people on the team when you interview.

Consultant, Consulting at CRU
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Interview Advice:

Make sure to have good background knowledge on the relevant commodity, and have a general awareness of the main issues currently influencing the industry and the effect they have.

, at CRU
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Application Advice:

Research the company in-depth, knowing exactly which commodities and products the company specialises in.
Show initiative when attempting to show your interest in the role i.e. bring examples of work that you have completed which may relate to the role (e.g. dissertation project, internship related work).

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to answer questions related to any relevant work experience alongside projects/university work you have partaken in.

Research Analyst, Market Analysis at CRU
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Application Advice:

Need to have good analytical skills and be able to write well.
Need to be able to present well.
No need to know much about the metals markets at the start, just general state of the market and main developments

Interview Advice:

General quesitons about yourself, why this company, why this role, why commodities (also what is commodities?), may be asked to make a presentation

Consultant, Steel at CRU
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Application Advice:

Applying for this role you do not need to demonstrate what you already know about individual commodities but that you have the skills to analyse markets in general. The role is a mix of economics, writing and personal skills in talking to clients and market participants so a CV which is well-rounded is ideal.

Interview Advice:

As CRU is a medium-sized company the interview process is very personal and to the point. Questions asked at the interview stage are unlikely to surprise you so know yourself and your degree - especially if from an economics or engineering background - very well.

Consultant, Steel Raw Materials at CRU
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Application Advice:

Do not follow stereotypes and think that a job in analysis is for "geeks" or introverts. An increasingly important part of our daily tasks include engaging with the market: in this respect, your application should provide strong evidence of effective communication skills.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you have an idea of how to forecast the price of a commodity. You do not need to know the details of complex econometric models, but you should be able to sustain a discussion on the factors affecting commodity markets. Your interviewer will be looking for the ability to critically analyse trends, and explain them in a clear and succinct manner. After all that's what the job is all about!

Consultant, Steel Raw Materials at CRU
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Application Advice:

Clear written English is a key skill within the company, so ensure that your cover letter and CV are well written.

Interview Advice:

in addition to competency-based questions prepare for questions about how you would approach a problem and seek to find an answer.

Consultant, at CRU
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Application Advice:

Tailor your CV and cover letter and be very well prepared for your interviews.

Interview Advice:

Research the company and the role well and be ready to talk about your achievements in your previous roles.

HR Advisor, HR at CRU
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Application Advice:

The application process is fairly short so you have very few chances to prove yourself. Mention good reasons why want to join the organisation and what interests you about the specific role in CRU. Try to approach current employees on linkedin or email to find out more about company culture. The amount of research you do about the company will be obvious in your cover letter.
Only highlight relevant skills for the role in your CV but also show that you have a life through your extra-curricula activities even if they are not relevant to the job.

Interview Advice:

Show a keen interest in the mining and metals industry. Even if you have no experience in this area we want to see a curious nature. After all, its a research role in market analysis.

Research Analyst, Market Analysis at CRU
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Application Advice:

Be yourself

Consultant, Fertilizer at CRU
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Application Advice:

Show that your good with data/excel and that you pick up new software packages quickly.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Data Modelling Analyst, IT Development at CRU
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Application Advice:

Expect a very fast paced and target driven role. This is not an easy job but it is a fantastic challenge for an ambitious person wanting to join recruitment.

Interview Advice:

Showing how driven you are is important. Recruiters want individuals that are full of energy and enthusiasm as speaking to people is a huge part of your role, but want someone that works hard and enjoys targets.

Graduate Recruitment Manager, Graduate Recruitment at Celsius Graduate Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Be confident and focused around earning lots of money and exceeding targets

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to have your CV picked apart.

Graduate Manager, London at Celsius Graduate Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Follow up your application with a phone call. Graduates often take a machine gun approach to the application process, so I would recommend ringing to discuss your application and re-iterate your enthusiasm for the role

Interview Advice:

Be prepared and follow the interview advice given. Everybody who works here came through our Recruitment Day, and was given a two hour briefing on how to approach professional interview. It's really important that they follow this structure as the company put a big emphasis on training so it is important to show that you have listened and responded well to this training session.

graduate manager, manchester at Celsius Graduate Recruitment
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Application Advice:

You have to be a good listener, resilient and hard working

Interview Advice:

Ask for the job

Account Manager, Sales at Celsius Graduate Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Send your CV directly to the celsius website. You will then be contacted by one of the resourcing team-during this call come across as energetic, enthusiastic and excited for the opportunity and all going well you will be invited to attend the assessment day process.

Interview Advice:

PERSONALITY! The key during the interview for celsius is to be as energetic and enthusiastic as possible. They look for personable driven individuals who really want to further themselves via their carears. Also at the end of the interview make sure you CLOSE...let them know you want it and you aren't leaving without an answer!

Graduate recruitment Manager, Graduate recruitment at Celsius Graduate Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Celsius is a vibrant, fast-paced environment which is ideally suited to a high energy, ambitious and motivated individual. I would therefore advise anyone applying to work for Celsius to demonstrate a real passion and enthusiasm about them.

Interview Advice:

Celsius advise any candidate that we work with to close interviewers for a decision. Applying for a job at Celsius is no different. Make sure you leave that interview with an answer!

Graduate Recruitment Manager, Graduate Recruitment at Celsius Graduate Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Let your personality come through. Celsius are all about bringing people in who are keen to enjoy their work rather than just 'slog it out'. Hard work is 100% required, but they are looking for you to want to work hard, rather than feeling like you ought to. With us looking to grow rapidly aswell the office is looking for people to come into something smaller, and be an integral part of the company as it moves on into greater things!

Graduate Manager, London at Celsius Graduate Recruitment
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Application Advice:

I would say be yourself, show that you want to make money and highlight examples of your competitive nature. A person with lots of personality and a big smile will get the job.

Interview Advice:

Make sure that you show them that you want it. It is important to close and ask for the job.

Recruitment Consultant, at Celsius Graduate Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to take on board the training and open your mind to the world of recruitment. If you don't have this career path in your heart then its probably not the right role for you.

If recruitment is something you're really keen on then NonStop offers you an unpanelled opportunity to fast track your recruitment career.

Interview Advice:

Assessment centre structure to the interview.

You will need to react to scenarios put in front of you on the day and show what differentiates you from the other applicants.

Sales Consultant, Sales at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. A rehearsed speech or false presentation will be too obvious. Be professional in attitude, speak with clarity and just be honest.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. A rehearsed speech or false presentation will be too obvious. Be professional in attire and attitude, but just be honest. It is highly valued here. We are a professional company with a fun attitude, but we represent the company at all times, work with high profile clients, and live in a completely different cultural area. Be prepared to work, this is a job and not just training, and always try to represent the company even in public.

Market Builder, Sales at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

It's a sales role, so be prepared for the highs and lows that come with sales.

Interview Advice:

Listen to what is being said on the assessment day, contribute actively, try to understand it and use it.

Market Builder, Pharma at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

To be yourself. If you are motivated and are looking to build a career on an international scale with uncapped earnings then apply. You do need to be able to put in the hard work and passion into this role so make sure you make this clear in your application.

Interview Advice:

What your motivations are to pursue a career in recruitment?
Living abroad, as training programme in Czech Republic.

Consultant, Medical Devices at NonStop Recruitment
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself, outgoing. Be a team player.

Consultant, Pharmaceutical at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Make sure you want to do recruitment - you have to be dedicated. At the same time, it's a great experience and you pick up some great skills along the way which can really help you further on in your career. This job is NOT HR.

Interview Advice:

The company prepares you pretty well if you're invited to an interview so just use that and make sure you're prepared.

Consultant, Pharma at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Do it! You will gain new experiences, be able to travel and be given award winning training. Its a great opportunity to start your career in recruitment!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself of course but we want people that are driven and keen to develop themselves. Think about where you want to be in 5 years and go in with an open mind.

Senior Consultant/Team Leader, Pharma at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Highlight motivation to work hard in a new position, and motivation to work in different offices. In addition, displaying intelligence and a bit of common sense during the interview will also work- generally hire those who display motivation and enthusiasm for the position and learning new skills.

Interview Advice:

Come across professional, ask questions, display enthusiasm.

Principal Consultant, Pharmaceutical at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

You don't need to have a sales background for this. Just show them that you are motivated.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Junior Consultant, Regulatory Affairs at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

#NAME?

Interview Advice:

You will be asked about your motivations, goals, why recruitment and it is mostly to gauge your personality and attitude

Market Builder, REACh at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

Help and advice

Worst:

yet to see

Associate Consultant, Associate Consultant at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Best:

The atmosphere and environment, the support and training offered, and the excellent employee benefits.

Associate Consultant, Recruitment at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Best:

Company incentives
-ski trip
-prem club
-lunches paid for
-opportunity for progression
-WPA private health
-season ticket loan

and much more!

Worst:

N/A

HR and Talent Coordinator, Support at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Best:

Fun working environment - team feel. Wins are celebrated (bell ringing for deals etc) and king/queen of the week to recognise activity and behaviour, as opposed to just being numbers focussed.

Worst:

Progression itself is more numbers based, no progression for behaviour only - I get it, but it's super frustrating having to rely on strangers for your progression.

Client Consultant, Graduate at Certus Recruitment Group
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Best:

Culture.

Team spirit.

Support and development from management if asked for.

Worst:

Not enough training or one-on-one time.

High turnover of staff - feeling of job insecurity

Recruitment Consultant, Technology sales at Certus Recruitment Group
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Best:

Best things are the people and the culture. We have an excellent bens package as well!

Senior Consultant, Pro-HR at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Best:

Support one another, everyone gets on, great culture, great opportunities for progression, everyone wants everyone else to succeed.

Marketing Coordinator, Marketing at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Best:

Great culture
High earning potential
Management flexibility

Worst:

Recruitment - people leave very suddenly! When they give their notice, they go the same day. Not much chance for byes.

Also, the incentives are really good - but quite a lot about going out for drinks, which isn't great if that's not your thing

Consultant, Recruitment Consultants at Pro-Recruitment Group
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