Rebekah Mayes is an apprentice recruiter at Miller Group. She is the 500th person to
study for a recruitment apprenticeship through the IRP, a milestone we recently celebrated.
Recruitment Matters magazine caught up with Rebekah in the March 2016 edition.
I was employed with a company called Convergys, who do the marketing for phone company Vodafone since September 2012. I adapted well to the sales role and became very target driven. Customer service was essential in that role, which made me realise I could further my experience into a career in recruitment.
What interested you in becoming an apprentice?
The main reason was to succeed and be good at what the role entails, while generating a revenue and developing myself along with the tools that the Miller Group have to make my job easier, giving me more time to build a relationship with clients and candidates.
What about recruitment interested you?
The work is varied and changes from day to day and even from minute to minute especially with technology, developing a relationship with people and most of all helping them find the career they are looking for.
How have you found your apprenticeship?
I have enjoyed myself and my tutor Elayne is a pleasure to work with. I look forward to her coming to see me to complete my assessments. I find I have adapted well and know more about recruitment every day as I am working in the office experiencing the recruitment role at Miller Hospitality.
What sort of goals do you have?
My goal is to become a senior recruitment consultant and gain experience to succeed and further my career to become as successful as possible and enjoy it!
You can find out more about apprenticeships in recruitment here.