This is a new one for us, we’re working with a globally renowned employer and organisation that will help drive interest in your candidate network in enterprise sales.  That interest though will as much be inquisitiveness, what is this consumer business doing in my world and do I want to be a part of it?

That same inquisitiveness is likely to run through you.  You’ll be an experienced enterprise sales recruiter with a wealth of in-house experience gained in complex environments but this opportunity will stand out.  It should stand out because it’s your opportunity to make a mark and work in a slightly different world.

Based in Central Munich, you’ll work alongside colleagues in one of the most highly regarded consumer technology company’s in the world to build out their nascent enterprise business.

There’s a significant amount of autonomy, don’t be fooled by the brand and infrastructure you’ll essentially operate as a standalone recruiter for the DACH checking in with peers in other EMEA locations but on your own terms.

You’ll be all about guiding the sales leadership to put together and deliver an aggressive growth plan for enterprise sales.  Your business leaders are well established and have worked in top technology enterprise environments (hardware and software) so they’ll expect you to have a deep understanding of those worlds.  That to you will be good, it’s your opportunity to shine and demonstrate your experience and value.  Essentially you’ll operate as a strategic recruitment business partner.

So if you’ve worked for one of the big firms and want a little more freedom, or you’ve hit your hiring targets but want to be a little more creative in a collaborative environment we should have a chat there could a lot in this for you.

If you have in-house recruiting experience consistently hiring high calibre enterprise sales talent in the UK market and want to find out more about this opportunity email [email protected] to set up a call preferably with a copy of your CV or your LinkedIn profile.

Salary:  Base salary range of c.€80,000 base (if you hold appropriate experience but sit outside the salary range we’d still be happy to speak with you) with RSUs and full benefits package

Location:  Central Munich office based typically five days a week 

Please note:  This role is based in the Germany and requires existing working rights for the Germany to be considered for the position.

This is a new one for us, we’re working with a globally renowned employer and organisation that will help drive interest in your candidate network in enterprise sales.  That interest though will as much be inquisitiveness, what is this consumer business doing in my world and do I want to be a part of it?

That same inquisitiveness is likely to run through you.  You’ll be an experienced enterprise sales recruiter with a wealth of in-house experience gained in complex environments but this opportunity will stand out.  It should stand out because it’s your opportunity to make a mark and work in a slightly different world.

Based in Central London (no more M4 or M3 schlep for you, on no now it’s about iconic locations and the centre of the city), you’ll work alongside colleagues in one of the most highly regarded consumer technology company’s in the world to build out their nascent enterprise business.

There’s a significant amount of autonomy, don’t be fooled by the brand and infrastructure you’ll essentially operate as a standalone recruiter for the UK checking in with peers in other EMEA locations but on your own terms.

You’ll be all about guiding the sales leadership to put together and deliver an aggressive growth plan for enterprise sales.  Your business leaders are well established and have worked in top technology enterprise environments (hardware and software) so they’ll expect you to have a deep understanding of those worlds.  That to you will be good, it’s your opportunity to shine and demonstrate your experience and value.  Essentially you’ll operate as a strategic recruitment business partner.

So if you’ve worked for one of the big firms and want a little more freedom, or you’ve hit your hiring targets but want to be a little more creative in a collaborative environment we should have a chat there could a lot in this for you.

If you have in-house recruiting experience consistently hiring high calibre enterprise sales talent in the UK market and want to find out more about this opportunity email [email protected] to set up a call preferably with a copy of your CV or your LinkedIn profile.

Salary:  Base salary range of £60,000-70,000 base with RSUs and full benefits package

Location:  Central London office based typically five days a week with some occasional flexibility for a day a week after getting to know the business

Please note:  This role is based in the UK and requires existing working rights for the UK to be considered for the position.

Remember when you used to hire for growth?

When new roles were really new.  Technical projects that you were proud to recruit for.  The types of challenges that really got your candidate pool interested, the things that made them think they would make a difference.

Not the pain as you need to hire yet another developer to replace that great person you hired last year for that project that went on hold when budget got pulled who’s been sat there wondering why they joined and has finally given in and resigned to join that awesome firm down the road.

It’s time for growth again.

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Are you a Boolean legend but like to take it that stage further and talk to candidates too?  Good we should be talking to you!

You could soon be working in one of the most innovative recruitment teams for one of the highest regarded employers in the UK.  Don’t just take our word for it the awards through-out the offices are there to see.

If you are all about the candidate this could be just the role for you.  And unlike some sourcing roles out there you’re going to support those candidates through process and interact with the hiring management population regularly.  You’ll pretty much be responsible for who the business sees when it comes to tech talent so you are going to be their key advisor.

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Not many organisations have a marketing build out of such a scale that it can sustain a dedicated senior recruiter.  Certainly not many in-house functions, typically you’d have to work for an agency, and maybe that’s not your thing anymore.

This is something a little bit different, a well-funded globally disruptive fintech with an established leadership team, excellent financial base, an established recruitment function, and a high bar for hiring.  That bar is something you’ll be used to from demanding hiring managers who only want the best in their marketing team who you have worked with.

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Taking everything you have learned from your previous roles and being there right at the beginning of an incredible company journey.

That’s often the desired role great recruiters tell us they want to go on and in Munich we are working on as close to something perfect as we’ve seen in a while.

Why?  Well there’s a number of core factors:

  • Start-up environment and company stage backed by a globally renowned leader in their field
  • A product still in development that will help change the way we travel, improve the environmental impact of urban travel, and safety
  • Working directly with a leadership team from day one that has come from environments in global companies where the bond between recruiting and the business is renowned and entwined

That does not even touch on the role scope:

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Recruitment Scheduler

Scheduling interviews.  Not much to it really is there?  Well that’s what your colleagues think.  But then you know differently.  Firstly there’s the three different timezones to account for across the meetings, there’s the room bookings* (when are they ever free?), you know the candidate loves soya milk in their latte from the call you had earlier, and you know we always run out of it on a Friday.  And when are they in for interview..  Well that’s obvious now isn’t it.

Then there’s the flights to book, perfect hotel in walking distance of the office, personalised gift basket to have waiting, show tickets to organise that you got 24 hours notice on.  Oh and the hiring manager wants to move the meeting back a day, but you said no to that because you are the candidate advocate every single time.

Scheduling interviews.  Easy.

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I bet your colleagues think you’re pretty awesome.  Maybe you do not know it (or you are far too polite to say it) but all the data tells everyone else you are. Your colleagues look up to you, they wonder why you don’t work somewhere else, somewhere with a really cool brand, but that’s part of the fun for you filling the tough to fill role, and honestly this is a cool brand to you because what the business is doing is cutting edge even if others do not see cool.

But there is that itch, the one that says I want to test myself with the best, I don’t want to be the sourcing guru people come to with their Boolean problems, I don’t want to be the Recruiter the hiring managers cut corners to come to because they’d rather deal with you than your colleague.  You don’t mind the awkward conversation, far from it you thrive on making things better but…

YOU WANT TO LEARN SOMETHING NEW.

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Our latest roles

This week has been one of our busiest ever for new work at Aspen so a quick review of what we’re working on.  They’ll be more information and detail to support this next week…

 

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It’s that time of year when around 50% of the candidates registering with Aspen are looking to move from agency recruitment to in-house recruiting.  Sometimes it’s a career plan, sometimes it’s to try and escape something that is no longer enjoyable or working, sometimes it’s about finding out about something new.

We’ve written a lot on this topic before but there is always value in a refresh.  Here’s Ellie’s take this year.

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