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Do you want the autonomy to drive your own career, work with like-minded people and earn uncapped commission from day one? Then a career at FiveThree7 might be for you. Come along to find out more.

 

Who we are

FiveThree7 is a young, dynamic and professional company, specialising in recruiting professional and skilled people into permanent and interim senior level sales positions within the UK and internationally.

We are recruiting a number of Graduate Recruitment Consultants to facilitate our aggressive growth plans for our Newcastle office. We offer an industry leading basic salary and a first-rate training scheme which will enable you to develop a successful career in recruitment.

 

What you’ll need to succeed as a Graduate Recruitment Consultant

Working for FiveThree7 means you’re an energetic professional with a bit of spark. You’ll like to have fun, get things done and work in a dynamic and friendly workplace. You will be degree qualified and will thrive working in a high performance, fast paced sales environment.

You’ll have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to deal professionally and credibly with your clients and candidates. You are passionate about sales and business. You’ll be ambitious and driven to progress your career quickly, having confidence and developing expertise within your specialism. You will possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail, and a strong work ethic to achieve successful results.

 

What are the benefits of working at FiveThree7?

  • Enjoy working in a fast paced, challenging yet supportive, fun and sociable environment
  • Highly competitive basic salary of up to £25,000, uncapped commission & pension
  • Benefit from a bespoke 2 week Graduate Training Academy
  • We host all expenses paid social events
  • Best performer incentives – weekends away, vouchers, early finishes

 Just come along for a chat. No need to book.

 

 

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Events Desk, City Campus East 1


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