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If you’re considering your next highly rewarded, career sales/recruitment position within an advancing, market leading, niche consultancy – we’re delighted you’re reading this!

If you’re seeking to join a highly professional culture, where genuine levels of ongoing support & development are at the very highest levels – whilst staff turnover is negligible – we’d be delighted to speak with you!

If you want to join a culture whose watch words are HONESTY, EXPERTISE and EMPOWERMENT – and that’s rewarded by one of the most generous, motivational, achievable & transparent commission structures available - that’s never changed or altered, simple to understand and where all around you are beneficiaries of it – you should be contacting us!

The Sugarman Group is a wholly independent specialist recruitment consultancy specialising in the recruitment of qualified front line professionals supporting vulnerable groups. Established in 1986 and with offices in the City of London & Sydney, Australia we support the following Education sectors:

  • SEN
  • Primary
  • Secondary
Additional complimentary specialist areas of our business are:
  • Medical
  • International
  • Residential Care
  • Qualified Social Work

Due to our ongoing success and a move to larger offices in Moorgate we are seeking a small number of new colleagues with strong education recruitment, or teaching experience to join us and share in our success. If you are honest, professional, sales able, socialable, determined & reliable, we would welcome an opportunity to confidentially speak with you.

In the first instance please contact Tim Wheeler


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