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LP Search Partners
120 East 23rd St
New York, NY
Posted: September 08 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Full-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionLP Search Partners is a start up recruitment firm. With over 30 years of combined experience within the Corporate and Executive Search space, LP Search Partners is growing!
We are now seeking junior entry level candidates to join our team in NYC.
The ideal candidate should have some sales experience (1-2 yrs), strong communication skills, as well as a hunger to make money.
Recruitment consultants find candidates on behalf of client companies to fill temporary and permanent job positions. They are responsible for attracting people to apply and guiding them through the application process, placing advertisements, giving interviews and matching candidates to the appropriate roles, from entry-level to executive positions.
The recruiters role is the vital link between candidates and clients; it involves attracting business from client companies by using sales, business development and marketing techniques. This includes building relationships with clients, keeping in touch over the phone and in email. They are also required to attract candidates by drafting advertising copy and using a wide range of media. They screen candidates, interview them and select suitable candidates to put forward to client companies. Recruitment consultants are involved in negotiating pay and salary rates and finalizing arrangements between client and candidate.
Establishing relationships with new clients through business development and marketing campaigns.
Visiting current and prospective clients to develop strong relationships.
Getting to know how client companies operate and understanding their general ‘culture’.
Making visits and presentations to corporate clients.
Writing and advertising vacancies on the job boards.
Coaching and leading candidates and clients throughout the hiring process.
Helping candidates to identify and achieve their career goals, and encouraging continuing professional development.
Screening, interviewing and short-listing potential candidates both personally and by telephone.
Making job offers and checking references on candidates.