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Perm Recruitment Consultant - Nathan Puljic

What are your main activities in a typical working day?

 Every day can vary, but generally most days will consist of managing my calendar for the day to make sure I am spending the most time on the important things, responding to emails, reaching out to my candidate pool and keeping them updated on any active jobs, managing candidates with any questions they may have, reaching out to clients to try and generate more jobs and improve business development, and also manage any doctors I have already attached to active jobs. 

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How would you describe your work style? 

I would like to say organised and flexible. I try and manage my time to the urgent/important things first, but also, being a recruiter, many things can come out of the blue and it is important to be able to adapt quickly to this.

What are your current goals and how do you hope to achieve them?

They would be to maximise the potential of my desk and make as many placements as I can all while doing it with a smile on my face. I aim to achieve this by staying on top of all my work and getting in touch with as many doctors and clients as I can. It is important to have a positive mindset as well, so I tend to go for walks/runs during my lunch break to be able to get stuck right in again when I return feeling refreshed.

What do you believe are the key things that contribute to your success as a perm recruiter?

Managing your time right, focusing on the right jobs that come across your desk and making sure they are in fact placeable, having a great team and mentor to lean on and ask questions to, and also understanding what your specialty is so you ask the right questions to clients and doctors.

What is your biggest success at Wavelength?

From a business perspective, it has been working on a retained project with a client and delivering placements and building a great relationship with them. From a personal perspective it would have to be all the new people I have met and become friends with at work not just in my team, but across the whole business.

What do you enjoy most about working at Wavelength? 

It would have to be the dynamic of the office, everyone gets along and enjoys each other’s company, and we are all up for a laugh but when it gets down to it, we all do the hard work when it matters most.