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Since our inception in 2011, we have successfully established ourselves as a European market leader in Networking, Systems Infrastructure and Security recruitment.
Our vision is clear – to provide an unsurpassed recruitment experience to candidates and clients alike, ensuring we remain market leaders in our chosen field.
Why work at Franklin Fitch?
Working here means working in an open, challenging, international environment surrounded by supportive leaders and peers. Your ambition will be met with industry leading training as well as one of the highest commission structures on the market. We’ve recently moved into a new London headquarters, allowing rapid expansion within an awesome office space. Throughout the year we offer great incentives; including all-expenses-paid European city breaks, activity weekends, lunch clubs, team nights out and our super trip at the end of each year – last year we went to Las Vegas!
So, if this sounds interesting, call us now on +44 203 696 7950.
Graduate recruitment consultant – English speaking
Salary: £23,000-27,000 Additional Salary: Additional £1,000 joining bonus, plus bonus/commission in most roles Employer: Reed Global Deadline Date: 01/10/2019 Deadline Date: We accept applications all year around as we have 3 intakes - January, June and September. Apply urgently to join our January intake!
Go via an agency or the in house recruiters where they can talk you through the working environment and what the job entails day to day, after all the job might not be for you. They will also guide you through the interview process and give you tips along the way.
It's a very lengthy interview process so be prepared to spend hours being in multiple interviews. A lot of people will come and interview you so make sure you are consistent with the answers you give.
Make sure you know what recruitment involves and understand what the role entails. Recruitment is a great sector to start your career in, you're working with people and you develop certain skills that you wouldn't elsewhere including resilience, which is key for every recruiter. You can make a great career for yourself if your committed and ready to push yourself to exceed your own expectations.
One of the positive points about the interview process with Franklin Fitch is that they want to know everything about you. They will spend valuable time talking to you about every success and failure you've had and what motivates you to progress in your career. It was one of the most in depth interviews I've had, and one of the best.
The interview process is all about trust and honesty - you will see that we have a very open and direct culture and reflecting this from the start is of great importance. It is important that you have done some research on recruitment and know what the role entails and the key skills you need.
Be honest, open, and show integrity.
Don't try to hide anything or lie, it will be obvious.
Embrace the interview process - it is long, but it yields very positive results, and by the end of it, you will have a very clear idea of whether or not Franklin Fitch is the right company for you.
The interview process is very long and in depth, make sure you are prepared and avoid all generic answers. Only the hardest working consultants stay with Franklin Fitch so they will want to make sure you are the right fit.
If you proceed to 2nd stage they will expect to see a significant improvement on your given feedback from interview 1!
Very good group of colleagues, excellent training programme, fantastic office space, excellent perks (beer fridge, dart board, ping pong table), good incentives, good socials - though they good be more frequent.
The environment is amazing to work in. The people are all easy to get along with and genuinely friends. Management sit on the work desks with us, making it easy to ask questions and learn from their expertise.
The long hours can be pretty gruelling, but worth it in the long run.
Employers constantly tell us that there is nothing that impresses them more than a graduate who has properly researched the company and really knows why they want to work there - so make sure that you tell them in your application that you have read-up all about them on TheJobCrowd and so you really know what makes that company great and why they are right for you. It will help your application, we promise!
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