Recruitment is all about finding suitable candidates for various job roles and encouraging them to apply – you’ll focus on obtaining a selection of applicants to fill the role. With experience, you could progress into a managerial role within the recruitment industry, or set up your own service with the knowledge you’ve gained.
With excellent people skills and a can-do attitude you’ll often be the first point of contact for jobseekers, initiating the hiring process by identifying and screening candidates for employment vacancies.
As a confident communicator and hard worker you’ll source possible candidates for job vacancies using a variety of platforms such as LinkedIn. You’ll screen candidates to make sure they have the skills and experience needed for the role and arrange interviews for those that make the shortlist.
Recruitment companies are fiercely competitive. Put your online abilities to the test in the race to attract new customers to the business.
Managers rely heavily on their personal assistants so you’ll be required to take on a great deal of responsibility. You day-to-day activities could include arranging meetings, taking notes, handling telephone calls and enquiries and responding to emails on behalf of your Manager.
With strong organisational skills and attention to detail you’ll be the one who keeps things ticking over in the office… Duties could include answering phone calls, responding to queries, ordering supplies or updating databases with relevant information.
What could be more important than making sure everyone gets paid the right amount at the right time? If you’re good with numbers, have a high level of accuracy and can work to deadlines then this could be the role for you.