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Resourcer – Permanent Recruitment Division - Worcester

Job Title: Resourcer – Permanent Recruitment Division - Worcester
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Worcester
Industry:
Salary: £18000 - £20000/annum + Clear Career Path
Reference: 206904911
Contact Name: CV-Library
Job Published: November 16, 2017 07:35

Job Description

Resourcer - Permanent Recruitment Division Salary: £18k-20k per annum with a career path to Recruitment Consultant Location: Worcester Full Time: 8am-5.30pm Monday to Friday Permanent About us: We are a business that has been trading since 2009. We now have 3 branches based in Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Worcester with circa 50 full-time staff within our business. With a gross turnover of £16m, we are a business that offers room to grow and earn a great basic pay and a fantastic uncapped and transparent commission structure. We believe in offering a working environment which promotes a sensible work-life balance Pure Staff Ltd provides a dedicated recruitment service to the following sectors across the UK which include: * Industrial & Manufacturing * Warehouse & Distribution * Driving * Civil Engineering & Construction * GLA Sector * Technical * Commercial * Engineering The Role: The successful candidate will have previous Resourcing experience within any sector mentioned above and have the desire to enter a highly fast-paced working environment. The role will include: * Working under the guidance of an experienced Recruitment Consultant * CV Searching using a variety of job boards * Headhunting on Linked In and other Social Media sites * Speaking with candidates and building relationships * The need to stay focused whilst trying to find that 'hard to find' candidate * CV formatting and reference checking If you have the drive and determination coupled with a high degree of self-motivation, then please send your CV with cover letter to Guy Hancox (Head of Permanent Recruitment) at Pure Staff via this job advert link today or call (Apply online only) for a confidential discussion