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If you have not considered a career in recruitment before, then it's time to think again! A great job, with great people in a great company - this is what you can expect when you join Teaching Personnel's Graduate Programme.

As a Trainee Education Recruitment Consultant you will help teachers and classroom support staff find roles in local schools. Your key responsibilities will include:

  • A high volume of sales and business development calls to schools across your local region;
  • Resourcing and recruiting quality teachers and carrying out interviews;
  • Regular face-to-face client visits, building relationships with key decision makers within schools; and
  • Creating quality marketing and advertising.

Based in one of our busy and vibrant branches, our graduate trainee recruitment consultants are supported by a market-leading L&D programme which includes a thorough induction and an on-going programme of training. This covers all the key aspects of the recruitment consultant role and provides you with the right skills for a successful career in education recruitment. Future opportunities also exist to train and then take on a management role if that is where you would like your career to go.

Working as an Education Recruitment Consultant is challenging and hard work. We work long hours and it does involve a high volume of sales calls and face to face client visits but this also makes it a thoroughly enjoyable and rewarding experience. Our teams all pull together and the harder you work, the more rewards you have the chance to earn. You will also have up to 4 opportunities every year to get promoted on our Career Ladder and earn even greater levels of pay and commission.

After all that hard work, we're also a very social bunch! Aside from frequent branch and regional nights out we have regular company-wide events which give everyone a chance to get together and celebrate our combined efforts and achievements.

COMPANY INFORMATION

You can expect an excellent starting salary, uncapped performance related commission and a large range of benefits including:

  • Reduced working hours in school holidays;
  • Generous holiday entitlement which increases with service;
  • Additional cash bonuses for performance;
  • Regular incentives and prizes;
  • Discounted gym membership;
  • Discounts on purchases at a large selection of national retailers;
  • Contributory stakeholder pension and life assurance.

SKILLS & QUALITIES

If you have recently graduated we'd love to hear from you. For this opportunity we are looking for individuals who are educated to undergraduate degree level. What discipline you studied is not important but we look for people who believe in the same things we do - the desire to work as part of a close-knit team and provide a quality and professional service to the teachers and schools who rely on us.

A great "can do" attitude, confidence, drive and the ability to work well in a team environment will help you make this a success.

Part of the role is to visit schools across your local region so a full valid UK driving licence and access to a vehicle will also be essential if you are interested in a position here.

Please apply now with a CV and covering letter and we will be in touch to discuss your application as soon as possible.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualification and training for this role. For teacher roles, we require a formally recognised teaching qualification. For Support staff our minimum requirement is GCSE English & Maths (A-C) or equivalent.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.



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