Careers for: Experienced Salespeople
The characteristics that make you a great salesperson will make you a great recruiter. Join us and use your skills in a new way – there’s no limit to what you can earn and achieve.
“It’s a really supportive and cohesive environment and culture, which is quite difficult to find in recruitment.”Harriet Lamplugh de Smith - AVP
“Toby, the CEO, and everyone else are really inspirational. They built the company in the recession, and it’s an impressive growth story.”Antonio Ciarleglio - Managing Consultant
“You can always ask for support, and there’s lots of guidance and advice around you. You’re never thinking – should I be asking that? Am I wasting their time?”James Platt - Recruitment Consultant
“It’s like a family. If someone’s not succeeding, no one’s succeeding. And with family, also come the wind-ups!”Taylor West - Operations assistant
“It’s very ambitious, determined and hard-working but with good sense of community and collaboration. People have each other’s backs and work together well. It’s a mature and trusting environment.”Stephen Quinn - Senior Consultant
“There are so many different people from different backgrounds and ages in the business. I love the way it all comes together.”Harry Vane - Account Director
You know the feeling of battling to achieve unrealistic KPIs with managers breathing down your neck? That’s not the Harrington Starr way.
You get achievable targets and have the support of the wider team to help you reach them: our philosophy is that if someone’s not succeeding, no one’s succeeding.
Our values are Positivity, Excellence, Execution, Esprit de Corps and Kaizen, and they truly shape our culture and your experience working here. It’s not a cut-throat, competitive environment, and you’re surrounded by ambitious, hard-working colleagues who want to succeed as a team.
We focus on long-term performance rather than quick-wins, which means you have the flexibility to train and improve. When you join, we don’t pile on the pressure – we want to you to focus on learning the processes and building your network. That way you have the right foundation in place and set yourself on a path of ongoing growth (with the support to deal with the inevitable challenges along the way).
We don’t believe in unrealistic annual targets. You don’t just get a review and sent on your way. Kaizen is one of our core values, and it means you get ongoing training and support that help you progress.
We’re talking Harrington Starr University, sports psychologists and lunch-and-learns, not out-of-date DVDs or time-wasting sessions. We look beyond the narrow scope of recruitment skills with a holistic approach.
Our team is living proof that the right processes lead to success. You have clear structures and support in place, so you know what you have to do to boost performance and develop your skills.
CIO Bulletin Magazine named us among the 30 Most Innovative Companies 2017. Yes, we focus on brilliant basics, but we’re also committed to putting you at the cutting edge.
We pride ourselves on our high-performance culture, with the aim of being in the top 1% individually and as a business. And that means there’s no limit to what you can achieve.
Progression is transparent (there truly are no politics), and there are opportunities to grow your portfolio, tap new markets, work globally and manage teams.
The only question is: where do you want your career to go?
Our reputation is built on delivery, results and the way we reward people for their achievements. We put clear structures in place to help you boost performance, and you’ll know exactly what you have to do to hit your bonus. In fact, you help set your own targets – so you know they’re realistic.
Staff routinely describe the commissions structure as “superb”, and as with career progression, there’s no cap on what you can earn. And on top of the financial rewards, there are the fun perks like supper clubs, days out and more.