Become a Recruiter with Leap29

Are you motivated, friendly and wanting to make a positive difference to other people’s lives? Recruitment might be the perfect role for you!

 

A recruitment consultant helps match candidates to job roles, they manage the application process and they liase with clients to make sure they find the right person for their position. They have the opportunity to work across a range of different sectors, companies, countries and candidate levels.

To become a recruitment consultant there is a number of key skills that will aid your career, including strong interpersonal skills, attention to detail and heaps of motivation.

If you are motivated by career progression and financial gain, then recruitment could be the perfect sector for you, there are strong financial incentives for performance, meaning talented recruiters can be very well remunerated along with a meritocratic structure for progression, giving you the opportunity to advance quickly into senior leadership roles.

At Leap29 we are very proud of our award winning internal training and development programs. Whether you are new to recruitment, or experienced in the role you will receive a tailored induction and training program.

Our dedicated training team will take you through everything you need to become a successful recruiter, including theoretical, practical and system training. All aspects of the role will be covered to allow you to focus on developing your career.

Ellie Dinter at Leap29 provides a real insight into what it’s like working in recruitment:

“At first I was a little daunted, as it was my first role in recruitment – but the team at Leap29 were so welcoming and provided all the training and information I could have ask for! I’ve always been quite a chatty person, so it was great to find a job where I am able to speak to people every day and build relationships.

I’ve been in the Leap29 training program for 6 months now and I’m already seeing so many benefits, I’ve passed my probation and received a pay rise, along with loads of employee incentives like team night outs, holiday vouchers and student loan contribution!”

 

Posted by Leanne Gilson-McGrath