German Speaking Recruitment Consultant

Title: German Speaking Recruitment Consultant | £22K | Executive Search - DACH Region | London

Industry: Sales

Role/Sector: 360   |   Resourcer   |   Sales recruitment   |   Account management   |   Business development   |   Sales   |   Consultancy   |   German

Location: Central London

Placement: Graduate job (permanent)

Salary: £22,000 (per annum)

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Information on the company

Our client is a global  executive search company within the Management Consultancy space. Today's business landscape requires organisations to be fast moving and innovative and, as such, companies are seeking smart ways to deploy talent globally. As international talent competition increases, the need to attract best people in the marketplace to deliver excellence has become a strategic priority for most firms

In this constantly changing world of work, our clients seek a trusted business partner to deliver their talent resource plans.

We have over 16 years of niche sector experience, serving some of the world’s largest organisations with their human capital needs. Our fresh approach is based around creating a truly exceptional service. We source skilled individuals & teams for our clients and are recognised as strategic business partners for them.


Are you a confident German speaker who is looking to work within the recruitment / talent advisory sector working across IT and Management Consultancy?

How you expect the candidate to spend their day:
  • Speaking to clients in DACH and attaining positions; fulfilment of existing positions in DACH
The ideal candidate’s personality and qualifications:
  • Confident,
  • Team-player.
  • Intelligent to pick up new skills;
  • Common-sense!
  • Resilliant,
  • Hard working.
  • German language essential.
What are the perks of working at this company?
  • Fun,
  • financially rewarding.
  • Successful,
  • Diverse,
  • Supporting.
Questions for you to think about:
  • What is sales?
  • Why do you want a job in recruitment?
  • How do you cope with disappointment?

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