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From Trainee to Director, you'll have a transparent career path from day one!
Learning the ropes of your recruitment career, you’ll start out sourcing candidates and learning your market before moving on to client development. Expect a high volume of phone calls, some late nights and a lot of learning!
Having learnt your specialist market and beginning to master the recruitment process, you’ll begin to focus on growing your business, maximising your client and candidate relationships and stepping up your earning potential.
Becoming a true specialist in your market you’ll have repeat clients that solely use you for their recruitment. You’ll be able to spot that needle in a haystack candidate and will have more influence in your team supporting the trainees that are coming into the business.
A master in your market, you’ll be an expert in your niche field and people will come to you for advice and knowledge. You’ll start mentoring trainees as you move towards management and will be a positive influence in the office.
The start of your management career. You’ll be responsible for a minimum of 2 trainees with the aim to grow your team to 5 and bring a number of trainees through to senior and principal level. You’ll be building your client base to support the growing team and leading from the front.
A seasoned manager running a team of at least five experienced consultants, you’ll be leading the team from the front, supporting them day-to-day while driving the growth of your specialist markets. By this stage you’ll be managing people across multiple vertical markets having expanded your niche into related areas.
As your career advances so does your responsibility, and at this stage you’ll be managing multiple teams. You’ll have two STMs working for you and will be responsible for the P&L of your area. A strategic business leader, you'll be identifying opportunities to expand, recruiting new members into your team and driving the growth of your business area.
Reaching the top of your field, you’ll sit on the board of directors, managing multiple business units potentially across multiple locations. You’ll be the strategic leader, responsible for large P&Ls and having overall responsibility of 30+ recruiters.