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Finding a career can be a full time job in itself, which is why the Authentic team is here to help you every step of the way.

Take a look at our core values to see our commitment to treat you as an individual, not a number or part of a process. We recognise that moving jobs can be one of the most stressful life events you’ll experience and we’re here to make it as smooth as possible.


When you work with Authentic you become part of our story, a story written by our track record of success and glowing testimonials. Our aim has always been to treat our candidates with excellence, providing advice and guidance tailored to their skill set and career goals.


Advice, training and putting you in touch with quality employers is what we do best, so register your C.V. or give us a call and we'll help you accelerate your career.

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“I honestly can’t thank the Authentic Team enough. I’ve settled in very quickly here and it’s an absolutely fantastic job. Clichéd but in a morning when I wake up I no longer think “eurgh, I have to go to work”

Technical Candidate

“Thanks again for all the support you provided, of all the recruitment agencies I’ve had dealings with yours is by far the best.”

Field Sales Candidate

Ace The Interview

After putting the hard work in to the application process there is just one thing that stands in the way between you and your dream job.

The Interview

Here at Authentic we are experienced interview coaches and will endeavour to give you everything you need to walk into the interview prepared and confident. In the meantime here are some timeless tips that should help.

  • What to wear?

    For any interview you always want to look your best; when in doubt dress to impress.

    Gentlemen: Full suit and tie, nothing too loud (stick to convention) with lace up polished shoes.

    This is not the time or the place for you to show off a three year old wrist band from when you went to Glastonbury or wear a shirt that your friends won’t be seen with you wearing.

    Ladies: The same rule applies, dress smart, not too much bling or makeup. You’re not being assessed on your presentation but you don’t want it to get in the way.

    Make sure your clothes are clean and ironed. Whilst ‘clothes maketh the man/women’ is no longer an absolute truth they are the first impression of how much you care about yourself and the opportunity.

  • What to ask?

    You will be asked if you have any questions at the end of the interview. This is your chance to become the interviewer. Interviewees who don’t ask questions will not come across as passionate or interested as their competition (and you will have competition).

    If this is your first interview this isn’t the time to grill your prospective employer about the holiday allowance or ask about the minutiae of their pension scheme – it’s your opportunity to show interest and learn some interesting facts about the business.

    Questions to consider:

    • What is the company’s plan for the future?
    • What is the biggest challenge facing the business in the next year?
    • If you got the role what would it take for you to really impress them in your first three months?
  • What about nerves?

    Almost everyone gets nervous before and during interviews. It’s completely natural and always feels much worse than it is. Remember that the adrenaline rushing through your body is actually ‘rocket fuel’ to help you communicate with passion. Recognise it is there and then use it to your advantage. Studies suggest that trying to ignore and repress nerves can make them worse.

    Remember that an interview is just the same as any other professional conversation and an opportunity for you to talk about the role and your suitability in more detail.


Here are some of our favourite videos on what NOT to do in interview or on your first day:


Join the Authentic Team

One of our directors realised he wanted to be a Recruitment Consultant when he found himself applying for a wide range of jobs one day (from croupier to marketing manager apparently) and he asked himself ‘I wonder if there is a job that involves applying for jobs?’. It turned out that there was something pretty close.

Lots of things lead people to wanting to explore recruitment as a viable career option, but one thing is for sure: you have to be good with people. At Authentic that means genuinely good with people, wanting the best for them, being an advocate and trusted advisor.

We’ll be honest, on a bad day working as a Recruitment Consultant is an emotional roller-coaster of let downs and frustration. On a good day you’ve helped an employer grow their A-Team and you’ve found someone the perfect job. It’s the excited calls from employers and the grateful texts over Christmas from candidates that makes this job worthwhile.

Of course there is also fantastic earning potential for committed and diligent people, but if you’re just in it for the money you won’t last long at Authentic.

The Benefits

  • Regular financial bonus’
  • Annual away day (we have a day away from work to indulge in fun group leisure activities)
  • Various other social activities throughout the year.
  • Career advancement opportunities in a successful, growing organisation.
  • Regular team lunches
  • Work with fantastic and cutting edge clients
  • Positive and supportive team environment
  • Ongoing incentives including a ‘commission structure boost’ and gym membership

Join The Team

“This has been the smoothest recruitment experience, thank you”

– Technical Candidate, Yorkshire


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