Celsius are real but i had a mixed experience so thought id post a review as it might help others and i read the review on this site beforehand.
Firstly, they seem to have alot of great jobs. Dont be fooled though, if you do apply for one that they are advertising have you arent really applying for it, they will vet you first at a training day and after that may not decide you are worthy of what you originally applied for.
I went to the recruitment day and just about scraped through (I know this because they told me, and frankly i was on poor form most of the day so i believe them). After I requested an interview with the job(s) i had applied for online but my personal recruiter (who was really nice btw) told me that i couldnt go for any of these positions.
I said on relevant forms i was looking fr no less than 18k, which i believe is fair for a graduate with a few years full-time work experience. They sent me to a 13k job. After finding this out at the interview i didnt take that particular company any further (Granted i should have asked more questions about the salary beforehand, but it was a waste of time and money).
After this i was given another interview with another company for which i wasnt succesful with (No complaints with this one, just wasnt to be). After this is was basically told they wouldnt source any more jobs for me but i could always call them and ask them for interviews. I basically was offered an interview at one employer with the requirements i asked for and then was cut loose.
Despite this negative, i really cant complain about the training that i was offered on the assesment day. It was REALLY helpful and i would recommend people go to the assesment day even for just this alone (if you make it past the first ‘cut’). I don’t think i would have got a job without this and i believe it gave me a massive edge over other who hadnt had such coaching.
If you do want to use them to get a job MAKE SURE THEY BELIEVE IN YOU. They are in it to make money from you and will use you as such. I have just started a job with the UK’s 2nd best graduate recruiter and on 24k a year (To prove im not just a whinger) but if they dont need to see what they want/need/expect to see you need to be very careful with the relationship you have with them.