Recruitment Consultant - London/New York

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
London
Salary
30000.00 - 40000.00 GBP Annual + GBP30000 - GBP40000/annum
Posted
11 May 2017
Closes
08 Jun 2017
Function
HR
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Recruitment Consultant vacancy in New York (Initially London based)

If you are a UK based recruiter who would love the opportunity to live and work in New York, for a leading, specialist recruitment business, Permanent People have a number of opportunities for 2017.

What's on offer?

A great basic salary.
Visa will be organised and paid for for our client.
Flights and initial accommodation.
Opportunity to join a business that is growing aggressively, right at the beginning, meaning immediate career progression opportunities.
The Candidate

For visa purposes, you will have at least two years recruitment experience from an IT, technology, change or risk sector.
You will have enjoyed a successful billing history, which you will be able to evidence on either a permanent or contract desk.
Motivated, aspirational and driven will be essential qualities for this this role as will the ability to be able to recruit into the US market.
A clear criminal record will also be a prerequisite for this role.
The Opportunity

This role would initially mean working in London for six months, for a leading specialist IT, Technology and Finance recruitment business, where you would gain a full understanding of the required company processes, training and culture.

After a period of around six months, relocation to the New York office would take place and this role would be paramount to our clients major growth plans for the coming year.

Concentrating predominantly on the data science, software engineering and development sectors along with securities, change transformation and risk, as these are the main focus of our clients business and where they are already operating with huge success.

If you are looking for a new recruitment role that can offer you the chance to move to New York, get in touch with Paul today