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date_icon_black28 Feb 2018
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The primary responsibly will be to provide support to the central HR teams in the UK, supporting the wider HR team on all activates. This will include
You know that feeling you get when you meet someone and you just ‘click’. It’s great isn’t it? You don’t have to explain yourself or try to be something you’re not. You can just relax, be yourself and know …
Centrica Centrica is all around you. We source, generate, process, store, trade, supply, service and save energy. Our work takes us all over the world, underground and out to sea. A top 30 FTSE 100 company with over 25 million customer account…
  Looking to operate nationally and internationally with a wide range of prestigious business clients?   With eleven offices around the globe, we have exciting and challenging legal graduate opportunities across a diverse range of indust…
  The opportunity that comes with growth and new experiences. The opportunity to contribute new ideas to established operations. The chance to build your capability through our strong network. Petrofac offers all of this and more. Ours is an e…
If you have the talent and the passion for facilities management, we have the opportunities. It’s as simple as that. With thousands of customers across the country, all demanding solutions to complex challenges, there’s no limit to what y…
At NGA Human Resources our mission is to make HR work better. We help organisations worldwide pioneer digital HR, master payroll, ensure compliance, unlock workforce data, and deliver best-in-class HR operations. As a result, HR leaders can create b…
      As the world of digitalisation and electrification is changing the automotive industry, this means that production, IT and the Internet are becoming more and more interwined. Entire business processes are now digit…
About Savills   Savills plc is a global real estate services provider listed on the London Stock Exchange. We have an international network of more than 700 offices and associates throughout the Americas, the UK, continent…

Human resources graduates are highly organised, responsible, and love working with people - which means they're perfectly suited to looking after the needs of others in a business environment. Whether your expertise are in management, recruitment or projects, you can find graduate human resources jobs to suit you on TheBigChoice.

LOOKING FOR a Recruitment Manager CAREER?
How much can I earn as a Recruitment Consultant?
As a resourcer, the title you are likely to start with in an organisation, you may begin on around £16,000, while more experienced recruitment consultants may be on around £27,000. This is likely to rise further the more experience you gain.

Unlike recruiters working for consultancies, you will not get commission for placements within a company’s HR department – but this means that your salary may be higher to start with, and you may also have the opportunity to win bonuses for good performance.
What qualifications do I need to be a Recruitment Consultant?
Graduates with a wide variety of degrees work in the recruitment sector. You will usually be expected to have a 2:1. Degrees popular with those working in HR and recruitment include:
  • Humanities
  • History
  • English
  • Management
  • Business
It's important to build up experience in recruitment, with even sales and customer service skills coming in handy.
What skills do I need to be a Recruitment Consultant?
Working in recruitment means requires confidence, good diction and a thick skin – although being a good communicator and able to build relationships easily is the most essential part of the job. Being able to speak confidently and easily to people on the phone is also important.

Other skills that are important for those working in recruitment include:
  • Diplomacy
  • Persuasiveness
  • The ability to work well under pressure
  • The ability to work to deadlines
  • Organisation
  • Role model-level professionalism
What experience do I need to get a job in Recruitment?
As with all competitive sectors, if your plan is to work in recruitment work experience is vital to give yourself the best chance of getting a job. Contact companies directly and see if you can come in for work experience or to shadow a member of staff.
How much can I earn as a HR Manager?
HR Managers are paid well, with some paid over £100,000 after only a few years in the industry. This pay-off comes with experience, though – your salary within an HR department is likely to start at around £24,000, going up to £30,000 relatively quickly.
What qualifications do I need to be a HR Manager?
Many large organisations will run graduate schemes with an HR component. These schemes will last approximately two years and are your best chance of progressing quickly within a team to become an HR Manager. Employers will not usually specify a certain degree for an HR role, with any business or humanities related degree providing you will the soft skills that you’ll need. There are also a number of entry level roles, for which you should apply directly to the company you are interested in. The majority of employers will look for a 2.1.
What skills do I need to be a HR Manager?
Working with people with be a large part of your HR Manager role, so you will require skills in communication and teamwork. These skills are essential to effectively manage the needs of both your team and your employer. As conflict management will also be central to your HR role, skills in this area are also beneficial.

Some of the skills that Human Resources recruiters might look for are:
  • Teamwork
  • Communication
  • Organisation
  • An ability to work under pressure
  • Presentation skills
Most degrees will equip you with the above, but aside from these distinct skills you will also need a good knowledge of business if you are to get a job in HR. You should also be of good character, in order to represent the business both internally and to outside organisations.
What experience do I need to get a job in HR Management?
Work experience is also vital if you are to get any HR job. Contact companies directly and see if you can come in for work experience or to shadow a member of staff during your school or university holidays.