MRL was born in 1997 in Brighton and has grown to have offices in Dresden and Sophia-Antipolis (South of France) to specialise in technology. We have 30 people in Brighton, 14 in Germany and 7 in France. And we have set our sights on the US and Asia... Key milestones: * 2006 French office opens in the stunning Sophia Antipolis * 2008 German office opens in Dresden * 2012 Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For * 2012 Investors in People (Silver) awarded * 2018 Rebrand, new website, new CRM * 2018 Whole company trip to Portugal! *2018 You join the Nice MRL office...?
None other than our very own Jean Baptiste.. Our founder David started chatting to him in coffee shop a few years ago (back in 2002). He had no experience in recruitment prior to joining MRL and grew within the business to set up our Nice office and become our country MD... We're looking for more superstars to join who'd love to grow and build out a territory.
*25 days off annually, plus a day added for each year of service *Fresh fruit, coffee, sparkling water and a little thing we call Fromage Fridays *Healthcare and a wellness package for you and your family, covering dental, optical, physio and more... *Birthday off... plus a bottle of Champers for kicks! *5% Pension contribution *Travel to European offices (Dresden and Brighton) *A Rolex on us if you bill cumulatively €1m
We're looking for individuals to build on our existing relationships and new business across with a particular focus on automotive engineering markets within France. So if you're looking to live the French Riviera dream as an experienced technology recruiter, drop us a Hunted application now. Let's set the scene: Picture a stunning coastline of sand, sea and sunshine. Yachts and boats floating out on the blue ocean. Fantastic food, wine, renowned art and culture. What's not to love?
We are considering 180 Consultants (Account Managers and Business Development Managers) and are also keen to speak with individuals who would prefer 360 Recruitment Consultant roles) It may be a shift to a more strategic role - or perhaps a loophole. But in any case, it will be a commercial function. You will sell opportunities to candidates and candidates to customers. You will be force of proposal and will influence the decisions. And if you do your job well (which goes without saying), you will know how to arm yourself with patience, be credible, use your intuition and your business intelligence.
Oh... and when it snows, we like to hit the mountains!