Recruitment Consultants are responsible for attracting potential candidates and matching them with relevant positions in client companies, either on a temporary or full-time basis.
They work with client companies and build relationships to gain a better understanding of their needs and requirements. Recruitment Consultants attract candidates through networking, headhunting and through referrals.
They may also draft advertising copy for use through a range of media sources, and are also responsible for screening candidates, performing background checks on them, interviewing them and matching them to their clients.
Recruitment Consultants can also provide advice to both candidates and clients on training requirements, career opportunities and salary levels. Other responsibilities may include:
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