Recruitment for Candidate Estate Agents

Recruitment for Candidate Estate Agents from First Interview Staffing

By: First Interview Staffing  05-17-2010
Keywords: employment, Employment Agency, job search

First Interview has joined forces with ML Consulting and together we are embarking on an exciting venture alongside a group of successful Estate Agencies


For many, the reality of finding a satisfying career after graduation or retrenchment - or even those looking to return to the workplace after taking care of family responsibilities – is a daunting and exhausting experience.


An industry that has been too long overlooked is Real Estate, and considering its unfortunate reputation and the recent battering by the economic downturn, it’s no wonder. However, the industry as a whole is pulling out of the slump and we foresee great things on the horizon for those who are considering a career in this exciting arena.


Therefore we are on the hunt for Candidate Estate Agents to introduce to this exhilarating field. The rewards for hard-working, self-motivated and articulate people are great and include on the job training (with a recognised certification), excellent commission structures, a flexible working environment and unlimited career opportunities. Too many people see these positions as a ‘sales’ role, yet the most successful people have come from backgrounds such as nursing or teaching.


We are looking for people with common sense, who are able to communicate well and want to earn what they’re worth. You will need to have your own transport and cell phone, and be able to support yourself for around 3 months at the outset.


If you feel that you are ready for a change of direction and want to taste success, or just want some more information, drop us an email with your details.


Email Angelique on [email protected] or Morag on [email protected]

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