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Pure opens applications for its 2018 Graduate Training Programme

April 12, 2018  /   No Comments

Pure opens applications for its 2018 Graduate Training ProgrammeProfessional recruitment specialist Pure is looking for ambitious and driven graduates to join its Graduate Training Programme at one of its four offices in Norwich, Ipswich, Cambridge or Chelmsford.

The programme, which Pure has run since 2015, provides the opportunity for a self-motivated and confident graduate to develop a career in specialist recruitment as a Graduate Recruitment Consultant.

Gill Buchanan, Chief Operating Officer at Pure, said: “This challenging yet exciting role involves handling the career aspirations of people at all levels, something which not many people get to do. We are looking for a graduate with excellent interpersonal skills and a natural drive to deliver great customer service. Just as importantly, we want to find someone who is excited by the idea of being able to make a difference to people’s lives and supporting Pure in its purpose of helping businesses and candidates to flourish and ultimately contributing to the economic growth of our region.”

Pure has already supported four graduates to begin their career in recruitment through its comprehensive training programme, which offers a competitive salary and numerous benefits.

Previous graduate trainee Ellie Steinfeldt, progressed her career at Pure to become a recruitment consultant specialising in HR roles. She now works within the learning and development team and is involved in delivering training to all the team at Pure. Ellie described her time as a recruitment consultant as extremely diverse, with no two days being the same. She said: “It’s a very busy, fast paced and exciting job. You get to meet and talk to a huge range of people every day and it is really rewarding to help people find jobs and to match employers with suitable candidates. You have to be prepared to work hard and put in the effort, but I promise it is worth it.” 

Gill Buchanan added: “Pure’s culture is vibrant and flexible, and we stick to sensible hours, but everyone works hard. Not only is Pure a fantastic place to start a career in recruitment, but we are committed to supporting our trainees to achieve their goals and build long-term careers with us. Their enthusiasm and talent will be supported by our resources, training and a flexibility that encourages them to develop and succeed.”

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  • Published: 2 months ago on April 12, 2018
  • Last Modified: April 8, 2018 @ 10:33 pm
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