Four great jobs for a ‘people person’
Most people believe that being a ‘people person’ simply means to be friendly and outgoing. This is often a trait, but a people person is also someone who is energised by being around other people compared to an introvert, who prefers being on their own.
A people person will often prefer to be in the company of others rather than alone and for this reason a professional environment is very well suited to them. Having plenty of friends, contacts and a massive network of people means that there are many jobs that this type of person can do well, since success in the workplace is down to your people skills and how well you work as a team.
So, if you’ve decided that you’d like to find a career that embraces your positive personality, one of these roles may be the perfect job for you…
1. Marketing Executive
Inspiring your team, customers and the market to love your brand is about seeing the passion come to life in every single brand touch point, good communication skills are essential.
Our client, a leading Bournemouth based company are currently looking to recruit for a Marketing Executive to join their team. Do you have Adobe Photoshop experience? Do you have experience using Mailchimp? If so you can apply here >
2. Customer Service Executive
The job requires you to be able to talk to people and build a genuine rapport with them to identify exactly what it is that they want. To be a great Customer Service Executive you will be in pursuit of excellence and growth and know that through helping other people to get what they want will in turn lead you down a rewarding and fulfilling career path.
Bond Williams are working with a prestigious car manufacturer seeking a temporary Customer Service Executive covering weekend shifts only. Your main focus is equally on inbound and outbound contact to ensure customer satisfaction and to develop relationships during the ownership of their vehicle. Apply here >
3. Recruitment Resourcer
Confidence in being around people and engaging in conversations are key. When working in recruitment, you are dealing with job seekers and clients on daily basis so you can’t be scared to pick up the phone and speak with anyone, from a trainee to director of a company. If you are a ‘people person’, a recruitment resourcer role will see you thrive around people and projects using your great communication skills.
Our client, a local Recruitment company who specialise in the construction industry are currently looking to recruit a Resourcer to join their growing team. Experience of working in the recruitment industry is essential for this role. Apply here >
4. HR Manager
Successful HR Managers have an open door policy and are approachable to their employees, they require good interpersonal skills as they are often handling sensitive or difficult situations where they need to be able to move a group of people forward to a successful conclusion.
Our client is currently looking to recruit for a HR Manager to join their team. Do you have knowledge of employment law and HR practice? Apply here >