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1 day ago

IT Audit Manager - SOX – new

Huntress Germany

• Qualifications such as CIA, CISA or similar are preferable but not necessary. Your duties will include: - Providing support, assistance and… Reed.co.uk


3 days ago

Senior Internal Auditor – new

Huntress Group Western Europe,Luxembourg

are: • Conduct audits of assigned operational and functional activities, including the audit preparation (planning & audit programme) of each… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Senior Internal Auditor – new

Huntress Group Western Europe,Germany

A fantastic opportunity has become available for a skilled, experienced and ambitious Senior Internal Glassdoor


3 days ago

IT Audit Manager - SOX – new

Huntress Group Germany United Kingdom

- Performing SOX audits in an IT environment (focusing on security and compliance). - Evaluating audit results and making… CV-Library.co.uk


30+ days ago

senior Quality Auditor (Brand new function quality improvement

Huntress Group Stuttgart

This employer is part of a global group manufacturing leading complicated medical devices. As a global quality improvement initiative, Huntress has… experteer.com


2 days ago

IT Audit Manager - SOX – new

Huntress Group Western Europe,Germany

• Qualifications such as CIA, CISA or similar are preferable but not necessary. Your duties will include: • Providing support, assistance and… Glassdoor


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    Current Employee - Recruitment Consultant  in  London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Recruitment Consultant in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at Huntress Group full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    difficult to find many; good initial training, good training manager

    Cons

    firstly the time with initial training is sporadic at best and alot of the good ideas given to you are impossible to implement with the jealous managers who want you to fit their mould. very much a hire and fire culture 6/8 people i started work with are not working there 4 months down the line. very much kpi driven no freedom to work things out for yourself. worst is the thresholds, have a vivid recollection of a consultant asking another what they would do with the bonus from the job they just 'banged up', the reply was nothing as they didn't reach the threshold. i saw this same consultant working passed half 8 for over a week to get to that placement and she had been working in the company for over a year. very simple if you have the desire to be in recruitment work in an up and coming company like the one I'm with now if you have been in both the difference is unbelievable, do your research and stay away from huntress.

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    go on management courses or quit

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