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New Year, New Career...In Recruitment?

The Christmas season is in full swing and while many of you are wondering what to wear to the Christmas party, others may be thinking about a new career move; and what better time to start afresh than the New Year?

Recruitment is a fast paced, competitive and ever growing industry and with our specialised divisions such as; Finance & Accounting, Engineering, Supply Chain and IT to name but a few, if you chose a career with Morgan McKinley you will still be able to use your knowledge and skills to find others the right position whether you are a newly qualified graduate or an experienced professional. 

Why should you consider recruitment?

Use your expertise:

You may have spent years in college or a specific industry honing your skills and might not want to lose this but while working as a consultant within one of our specialised divisions you will still use your expert knowledge every day. You will be able to provide expert insight when speaking to clients and candidates about a specific role.

Career progression:

There is great opportunity for growth within recruitment. If you find you are a great people manager then you can become a recruitment manager and if you find you can develop excellent relationships with clients and candidates then you can move into a business development role; if you work hard all of this can be achieved in as little as 3 years or less!

Financial rewards:

Knowing your market will be invaluable for you and will help you along the way to making placements and becoming a top biller should you use this knowledge in the right way; hence being able to reap the rewards of receiving commission. This is an excellent incentive that many work places do not offer and another great reason to join the recruitment industry.

Always communicating:

In recruitment, you get to speak to different clients and candidates through different networks like email and social media. Remember you don’t have to have the “gift of the gab” to be a recruiter, the most important part is the ability to listen. By listening to what clients and candidates want you will make the best decisions for everyone involved.

Recruitment is not just a job, it’s a career. I’ve met so many people from so many different backgrounds while working in the recruitment world and it’s amazing to see so much talent come together for one common goal; to find the right jobs for the right people.

  • Dec 18, 2013
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Darragh McCarthy

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