8 days ago
UK Contract Team, City of London
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for either an experienced Consultant or Senior Consultant looking to take the next step in their recruitment career evolution.
JCW has grown year on year since 2007 with particularly the contract team experiencing phenomenal growth over the last 18 months, leading to several opportunities to join this successful and growing team.
This new role will suit those recruiters with an entrepreneurial spirit looking to work within our award-winning company. You will either come from a Risk and Compliance background or the IT Technical or Business recruitment arena and have a minimum of 2 years’ experience specifically focussing on contract recruitment.
Market experience is not the most important factor for us – it is about you as an individual which is paramount. Are you in an environment and culture that does not support your personal and career growth? Do you have a career roadmap that allows you to focus and drive yourself to your next goal? Do you not share in the company values and visions? Are you not rewarded for your hard work? There is a reason you are reading this – It is time for a change.
Reporting directly to the UK Contract Director, this is a chance for you to develop your chosen specialism in an environment that will give you unrivalled mentorship coupled with a team environment that has created JCW’s top billers.
We offer strong incentives with trips abroad, long lunch breaks if you want to use the gym, flexi-time and the opportunity to work in our international offices, but more importantly we pride ourselves on having one of the market’s most rewarding if not best commission schemes, alongside a tailor-made infrastructure built to create a platform and elevation for unrivalled success, is also included.
We are winners of numerous awards including 4th in The Sunday Times top 100 Best Small Companies to Work For – a truly great place to work with limitless opportunity.
Contact me today for an initial informal chat – what have you got to lose?