Meet our team
Enrico Ouwehand Co Owner / Managing Director
When you pitch your track record, be brief and concise, share both hard results and striking examples. Make sure you explain what role you have played and give examples that are relevant to the job you want. Sales is about results, and if you keep it vague, you will lose credibility.
Caroline Schoenmakers Co Owner / Managing Director
It’s important to consciously choose your next job and employer. Only apply for positions that match your experience, strengths, personality and ambitions. When you come to an interview, make absolutely sure you know what the job requirements are. Successful candidates will not be surprised by our questions, but will have prepared well enough to promptly give us convincing answers.
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Enrique Cortes Managing Consultant
When you apply for a job you will face fierce competition, so how do you stand out? Make sure you deliver a convincing sales pitch that shows your passion and create an overview of your sales track record. If you manage to present this with a genuine energy and positivity, you will surely make the difference.
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Joep van Rijn Managing Consultant
Everybody can learn a trade, but sales is either in your DNA or it isn’t. Without passion, drive and ambition you will not be successful in sales. You need the mind-set of a professional athlete and you need to prove it during your interview.
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Jelco Keizer Senior Recruitment Consultant
First impressions matter, you only get one shot. Be specific when you give examples of your accomplishments, but keep it brief and concise. Make sure you prepare your own pitch, you have to really sell yourself during an interview.
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Tom Boks Recruitment Consultant
A great salesperson has a topsport mentality. I have a background in topsport myself so I know what I’m looking for in a candidate; Focus on a goal that will be achieved no matter what, without excuses and with an iron discipline.
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Daniel Stals Recruitment Consultant
The decisive factor during our intake is that you’re able to convince us with your personal share in the achievements in your career. I always look at the energy a candidate radiates and the way they bring their personal sales-pitch across with their unique motivation for the job.
Lianda van Battum Recruitment Consultant
It is very important to do thorough research in the position and the company you’re applying for and to able to tell with full conviction why this is the job of your dreams. I expect my candidates to raise critical questions and that they bring a certain energy that shows their excitement for the position.
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Steven van der Meer Recruitment Consultant
I expect a candidate to be fully prepared and that he or she has done thorrough research about the position and the organization. The intrinsic motivation is also important for me and I always advice canidates to “Stay close to who you are, you will benefit from this during an interview!‘’
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Froukje Bosma Recruitment Consultant
When you are coming for an interview at Salesrecruiters, it’s important to present and sale yourself well. Make sure you convince, impress and always stay true to yourself. A good resumé and a well rehearsed sales pitch will make the difference if you really want the job. Own your content and prepare your interview. The more excited you are, the more excited we will be!
Emma Kalkman Recruitment Consultant
Self-confidence during your job interview and being enthusiastic about the job you are applying for, are essential for a good impression. Furthermore, a proper preparation is important. Know what the job means and know what you can add to the organization. But it’s also important to look critically at yourself. Appointing your development points is not a sign of weakness, but of professionalism
Marcel Schouten Recruitment Consultant
Your first impression says everything. Be well prepared for your interview and, most importantly, be aware of your appearance when you come in for the interview. This way, you’ll provide yourself with the best chance to get hired for your dream job. Passion, enthusiasm and sincerity are one of the key factors to success.
Lotte Kras Recruitment Consultant
I find honesty and truly being interested very important aspects. I expect candidates to be well-prepared. Leaving a good (first) impression is not only important for the impression itself, it also affects the rest of the application process. Candidates need to be able to distinguish themselves from others and show what their added values are.
Sander Fransen Recruitment Consultant
A sale is ussually created by a fascinating story.
This story needs to be told with passion and clear content. Also, your own excitement and vivid examples will contribute to the distinguishing power and uniqueness of you as an individual candidate
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Patrick van Leeuwen Recruitment Consultant
Enthusiasm and sincere interest in a job is of great importance. Especially the first impression is essential. Prepare yourself, make sure to ask the right specific questions and read into the organisation you are applying for. This is the key to your success.
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Dennis Rietberg Recruitment Consultant
I think it’s important that a candidate is well-prepared and has done thorough research about the vacancy and organization. Present yourself the way you are. Lastly, it is important to share your successes well augmented, this will definitely help you during the job application process and in your new job!
Raymond Pijpaert Recruitment Consultant
The most important thing with a job interview is the enthusiasm of the candidate and the candidate must to have a lot of persuasiveness. The candidate is prepared for the interview and the candidate knows why he or she fits in the company and know how to add value tot he company. Be self-critical and ask specific questions during the interview.
Hein Pennings Sourcing Specialist
Your resume says something about who you are, so make sure your personality comes through. As sourcer, I pay attention specifically to the responsibilities and clients you had in your last job. Word of advice: Add a good, professional picture to your resume.
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Jasper Bentvelsen Sourcing Specialist
What I like to see in a resume is a concise overview of activities, responsibilities, and most importantly (sales) achievements from your recent jobs. A resume is an opportunity to sell yourself, so be sure to add personal information like skills, interests and hobbies.
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