Do you love working with people and have a happy, fun and positive personality?
Come work for us - we are a small indie recruitment agency, who specialise in creative and digital industry roles. A team of dedicated recruiters, in a fun, relaxed environment.
We are looking for a full time permanent consultant to join our Auckland team. This role will work across the freelance creative and digital recruitment – with the focus on graphic designers, digital designers, copywriters, art directors and motion graphics.
You will have a positive, happy personality, be a natural and genuine people person - able to really engage with people on a one to one. Empathy and listening skills are a must.
Looking after the freelance assignments, you will be excellent at multi-tasking, and importantly – enjoy helping and assisting clients as quickly and smoothly as possible. Freelance is time critical and you will have a calm manner and be able to handle multiple projects at one time.
You will source candidates via the various job boards, seeking out the top options to meet. Working closely with our senior creative consultant, you will have the mentorship and guidance when required.
It would be great if you have an overview of creative / digital roles, however being intuitive and confident and the ability to articulate clearly - you will be quickly pick up what you don't know. Being confident and articulate, you won't hesitate to pick up the phone and talk to the clients and candidates, building up our brand, and growing the service we offer. You will get out and about to meet and greet clients, and drive new business across this area.
Our general office hours are 8.30am – 5.30pm.
If you are looking to make a move and have the passion for people and the creative sector - we would love to hear from you. Send your cv to Louise Lawton at The Creative Store – email@example.com or you can call Louise at The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077.
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