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Primary Education Consultant - Leeds City Centre

  • Location: Leeds
  • Start date: 25 Jul 2018
  • Category: Primary
  • Job reference: PE11047382
  • Branch: Leeds & Bradford Primary
  • Consultant: Deborah McBurney
  • Call: 0113 246 8220
Job description
Protocol Education are seeking to appoint Primary Consultants to manage warm desks, placing teachers and support staff within Primary Schools in West Yorkshire. Ideally this person will have experience of at least one of the below:

• A minimum of 1 year's sales/recruitment employment
• Previous employment within the education sector
• Relevant qualifications within education - i.e. Post Graduate, Degree within Education, Core Subject Degree


The key role as a recruitment consultant within Protocol is to successfully match specialist candidates to a wide range of education roles. At present there is huge growth within schools & education specialists. Within this role you will be required to retain the existing client base while building new relationships with local schools, along with building and growing a quality pool of candidates in your area specific to working within school settings.

You will have:
• Strong communication, networking and relationship building skills
• An innovative and creative mind to solve problems and provide solutions
• A natural ability to influence people
• A high level of customer service
• A positive attitude, a good sense of humour and a strong desire to be part of a successful team

You will need to have a drive and enthusiasm for recruitment combined with passion, integrity, ambition and a strong desire to succeed! You will be joining a successful team led by a manager who is keen to enable their consultants to hit their full potential. There are rewards related to your performance and a clear career ladder, enabling various opportunities based on your success.

In return we offer:

• A competitive base salary with performance related bonuses and a highly competitive new commission structure.
• An exceptional Learning & Development programme designed for each stage of your employment journey with a clear path to develop and progress
• Automatic career ladder progression related to performance
• Reduced working hours outside of term time and an earlier finish on Fridays
• Casual office based dress on non-client facing days
• Incentives, activities and evenings out to motivate and reward success
• Two annual opportunities to get together as an entire company to celebrate our success
• Weekend trips abroad to reward success - our last weekend away consisted of high end fun in Madrid, previous to that Lisbon, previous one to Paris - next one being Berlin!
• Childcare voucher scheme
• Cycle to work scheme

This role would be full time and on a permanent basis. You must hold a driving licence and have access to a car on a weekly basis in order to partake in client meetings. Working hours are based on a two-weekly rotating rota, with the hours of 7am - 4.15pm & 9.15am - 6.30pm (apart from a Friday when it is 5.30pm!). If this role sounds of interest to you, we would love to hear from you!!
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