This role is similar to a Headhunter, but works closely with both a hiring company and the potential employee to find the right fit for both. A background in Human Resources or Sales will assist you in this role, and it is common for a Recruitment Trainee to work their way up to Recruitment Executive. Academic experience in Communications or Business is also useful, and several years' experience will benefit you in working for larger companies with a higher volume of staffing needs.
Skills - Recruitment Executive
Tasks - Recruitment Executive
Organizing, Planning, and Prioritizing Work
Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
Updating and Using Relevant Knowledge
Requirements for being a successful Recruitment Executive
As a large portion of time is spent communicating with clients and recruits a professional demeanour is requisite, and excellent communication skills are a must. You will need to stay organised and respond to requests from both clients and recruits in a timely manner, and stay knowledgeable about the needs of the client company and which recruits best fit their profile.
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