The best way to proceed is to give us a call and ask to speak to one of our consultants. However, you can also Upload Your CVor apply for any of the jobs we currently have on our website.
Regardless, the first stage will be to have a call with one of our amazing consultants who will ask you all about you and what you’ve achieved so far. They will talk to you about why you think you’re suited to a sales career and give you the opportunity to ask any questions.
If we can determine that you are suited to a career in sales and understand what it will involve (don’t worry – only at a very basic level) we will invite you into our offices for a face to face interview, or a video meeting if you are unable to make it to our offices.
This gives us a unique opportunity to really get to know you personally and to discuss what you want to achieve in your career and what you want from a role. Your consultant will be able to offer some great advice (whether we can help or not) and point you in the direction of any resources that could help you prepare for interviewing etc. They will then discuss any relevant roles with you and determine whether you’d like to proceed with an application. Our aim is to arrange an interview with the client’s we select as suitable and to then guide you through the entire interview process - including how to navigate the offer process and through to starting your new job! Your consultants will be with you every step of the way, making sure you are fully prepared for every stage, providing real feedback as you progress and even staying in contact once you’ve started your new position and throughout your career.
Typically, the average time frame from initial contact to job offer is 2 to 4 weeks but has been as little as 24hours!
HOT TIP – Limit the number of jobs you are applying for at any one time. If the jobs are selected carefully and based on you and what you’re looking for you should only need to undertake 3 or 4 processes at any one time. Any more will start to negatively influence the effort and research you put into each opportunity, reducing the likelihood of success considerably.