£21000 - £25000 starting income + overall performance bonus
We have several graduate researcher functions at one of London's leading executive search corporations. Focusing on an exclusively retained foundation, this executive search firm lovers with some of the world's most commonly known brands along with capital raising backed start-ups who require to have executive degree hiring positively correct.
As a graduate researcher you will end up accountable for:
- Marketplace mapping
- Market research
- Introductory conversations with prospects
- Feedback to senior specialists
You'll be placed onto the organization's 12 month executive search education programme in the initial training within the company. Obtained a big target discovering and development which is why their particular education is 4 times longer than most of their rivals. You could request particular classes to take if you were to think it helps you in your role.
We have been wanting 2 students to become listed on the company instantly but will wait for the correct individual in the event that you currently have prior obligations - the priority is finding the perfect individual for company, maybe not finding some one straight away.
Greater The Talent is increased development graduate recruitment start-up, putting students into executive search and recruitment roles in London.
Our mission would be to put the correct graduate to the right recruitment work for them. We just make use of the best recruitment and search businesses in London just who pay a minimum beginning wage of £20000, have actually great training programmes and fee frameworks and career progression opportunities. We've possibilities on it, Digital, tech, Financial Services, Media, and Pharmaceutical Recruitment, plus some other people!
If you are a graduate deciding on a vocation in recruitment, have a look at our web site - simply look for 'higher the talent'. We are able to constantly send you an info pack about a graduate career in recruitment or executive search to support yours analysis.