Regional Specification Manager

Published:  22 February, 2012

Sector: Structural Building Products

Location: M4 Corridor/ S.Wales / S.W England

Salary: Up to £45k plus benefits

Company:

The client is one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of Structural Building Products who, due to continued success in the UK market place isseeking to recruit a professional Regional Specification Manager covering the M4 corridor, The South West of England and South Wales.

Position:

The clients products are very high quality while being competitively priced and are primarily supplied and Key Distributors from its UK distribution base, they are therefore seeking a Candidate who is able to capitalise on their success to date and further develop their business in the UK.

The role will be predominantly building relationships with Architects and Specifiers, by targeting specific project requirements with them and offering product, sales and technical support gaining product usage specification.

Candidate:

You must have experience of specification sales of Building and Construction Products to Architects, Specifiers, in the M4 Corridor / South West of England / South Wales region.

Package:

Salary up to £45k basic dependant upon experience, plus benefits including car, laptop, mobile, home office, non-contributory pension scheme, Life Assurance Scheme, profit-related bonus scheme.

The Clients business within the UK is rapidly expanding, therefore it is able to offer exciting career prospects to the right Candidate and is willing to negotiate an extremely attractive salary package.

Contact:

If you are interested in this role, please apply now by sending your details to register@srsuk.com

All successful applicants will be contacted within 7 days.

 

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