BCS Sales Recruitment returns to Jobs Expo
We are happy to announce that BCS Sales Recruitment will be back at Jobs Expo Dublin on 22 October at Croke Park.
BCS Sales Recruitment is a specialist consultancy, providing human resources services to a number of sectors. These include sales, IT and pharmaceutical. They are experts in the selection of specialised professionals from graduate trainee to senior management and director level.
BCS are the main sponsors of Jobs Expo. They are the organisers of the Jobs Expo events in Dublin, Cork and Belfast as well as the dynamic team behind Virtual Expos Ireland.
“We’ve always had great success at the event,” says Bronagh Cotter of BCS. “Jobs Expo connects employees and employers, but it also offers recruitment firms an opportunity to build new relationships with candidates.”
Get advice from the BCS team at Jobs Expo
During Jobs Expo, BCS will have a team of recruitment specialists on hand. The team will advise jobseekers on a number of subjects. These include CV preparation, interview skills, and career development. Their jobseeker services are available to anyone looking for employment. If you are a recent graduate, changing career, returning to work or unemployed after a dismissal, BCS can help.
“Our jobseeker services have been developed over our many years in recruitment. Candidates may have a wealth of energy and talent to offer, but many are unsure how to sell themselves to employers. Others underestimate the importance of abilities that are not easy to categorise on a CV, such as soft skills, and fail to highlight these. That is where BCS can help. We work closely candidates and employers to find the best fit for both of them.”
Matching skills and ambitions with the right role
Bronagh believes that successful recruitment is about creating mutually beneficial relationships between employers and employees.
“Companies don’t just consider professional skills and experience when they want to fill a role – they want to meet candidates who will slot into their company’s culture. By the same token, jobseekers, particularly those with in-demand skills, want more than just a good salary. For some, working on innovative projects or with cutting-edge companies is as important, if not more so, than remuneration; for others, travel, the potential for promotion, or work-life balance are crucial,” says Bronagh.
“BCS works to match a candidate’s career ambitions and expectations with the right company. We don’t consider it a job well done unless both the employer and employee benefit. We spent so much of our day at work that accepting anything less is simply unacceptable.”