The position for Employer Relationship Consultant (Watford) in Watford is no longer available
Employer Relationship Consultant (Watford)
Employer Relationship Consultant
Salary: £26,700 per annum
Parkhouse Bell is recruiting for an experienced Employer Relationship Consultant to be based in Watford
My client is an international training organisation which also has training centres throughout the UK
This role has arisen as a result of my client's success in winning new training contracts and the role will potentially lead to further career development within my client's business.
The role of the Employer Relationship Consultant will entail launching links with employers to create appropriate and sustainable vacancies for their clients. Key duties within the role include:
• Construct and preserve strong links with new and existing employers to produce vacancies.
• Guarantee that clients are correctly matched to employer vacancies
• Guarantee that there is clear and effective contact with the Advisors teams
• To renew the job board regularly
• Ensure that the advisor teams are notified about the pre-screens/group activities and that appropriate feedback is passed on.
The ideal candidates will comprehend the dynamics of distributing employer-led services uniting employment and skills, be able to persuade people at all levels, have an investigative approach to information, be target and deadline driven and have excellent presentation, oral and written communication skills. Travel is required for this position and the successful candidate will be based at the Watford office
The candidate must have the proven ability to engage and seek out new employers and have the skill and personality to maintain their current employer accounts. They must also have a good knowledge of the employer engagement process.
For application, please forward your CV and cover letter to Mustafa
Parkhouse Bell Ltd is an Employment Business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment. We are an equal opportunities employer and act as an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies.’