If we had to sum it up in a few words: bright, well-rounded people who are, or have the potential to be, great recruiters!
Many companies champion diversity but it’s absolutely true to say there’s no such thing as a typical Harris Hill consultant: we range across ages and nationalities, from recent graduates to working parents, outgoing and gregarious to quietly hardworking and everything in between - no single personality type dominates so you can find your own niche.
It’s probably a testament to the open-minded approach we take to recruitment; if you have the ability to engage with people and build strong, ongoing relationships then we’d love to talk to you.
Make no mistake though, recruitment is unquestionably a sales business and you’ll probably already know if that’s not for you.
For us though, a good salesperson is one who can truly get to know the candidates in their sector, and has the skills to really listen and understand what our charity clients are looking for, in order to bring the ideal people together.
And with one of the best-known recruitment brands in the charity sector behind you, you’ll rarely be going in cold - what’s more important is your ability to delight customers and forge the kind of relationships that will ensure you’re their first port of call, time after time.
If you’ve got knowledge and experience (either as a recruiter or operationally) within one of our specialist areas, that’s undoubtedly a plus, but by no means essential if you’ve got plenty of the other qualities we’re looking for.
What’s the next step?
At the risk of sounding like an online dating profile, if you’ve got this far, we’d like to think you’re interested - so pick up the phone and give us a call! Or drop us an email - as we’ve said, we’re all about taking your own approach.
You can reach our recruitment director Faye Marshall on 020 7820 7303, email firstname.lastname@example.org or head back to our careers homepage, where you can register your interest via the magic of an online form. And who doesn't love an online form?