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“FTSE250 job in weeks. ”

Written on: 20/06/2016 by ybArsenault494 (1 review written)

I originally applied to a job post that I didn't know Pareto were recruiting for. I had a call with my initial recruiter and was invited to take part in the telephone interview. The same day I passed through that stage and was sent details of the next graduate assessment day. Mine was at the Radisson Blu in Leeds.

I didn't really know what to expect of the day as it was my first graduate day. After getting parked and settling in, I joined a few graduates who had already gathered, and began to mingle. Everyone was in the same boat and didn't know what to expect. There was a huge mix of people from different backgrounds with a 50/50 split of male and female.

After getting through the day, a mix of group and individual exercises, I was told that I had been chosen as one of the 12 from 43 to be selected. In fact, I was being put forward for an interview that week at a start up tech business extremely close to my home.

My account manager was fantastic through this process, aiding in my interview prep and answering all my questions. Unfortunately I didn't get this job, but was assured that something else would come along. The next week I had my first stage interview at a FTSE 250 world renown company, and 3 weeks later had the job.

Through the entire process, my account manager bent over backwards accommodating any requests and questions that I had, and even fought to raise my basic salary. Within 3 months my role has changed and I sit within the account management team.

With the entire Pareto process, you get out what you put in. Take it all with a pinch of salt, do your best, be yourself, and let yourself shine. You'll go far. If you don't like the pressure, sales isn't for you I'm afraid.

I have nothing but positive feedback for my process, and my account manager and I are now good friends.

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