Branch Manager – Plumbing Supplies

Published:  20 June, 2016

Salary - £32,000 - £36,000 + Car + Bonus + Benefits

Location – Middlesex

Job Reference - SC / 11934


Our client are a leading supplier of plumbing & heating materials to the construction industry.

Due to their continued success and expansion, they are looking for a Branch Manager to manage a large Plumbers Merchants in the Middlesex area. The successful candidate will need to come from a Plumbing Supplies company. Additionally they will need to be a strong man manager who is strong both operationally and sales focused as this is a very important branch for the company and one of their premier branches within the London region.

In exchange the successful candidate can expect the following package:

- Basic salary of up to c£36k

- Excellent bonus structure

- Company car

- Company share save scheme

- Company pension

- Future career progression

This role would suit a sales focussed Assistant Branch Manager from another plumbing supplies company looking to take the step up to Branch Manager. Additionally, it would suit someone who was a sales focussed branch manager for a plumbing supplies company but left the industry in the last 5 years and would like to return.

If you have the relevant experience for this job and would like to find out more, please apply now.

If you are interested in this fantastic opportunity and would like to find out more, please contact us today for more details. Alternatively, if you would like an immediate interview then email your CV to or call us on 020 8397 3290.

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