Job Ref: 212998313
Date: 2021-01-11 16:29:03
AREA TECHNICAL MANAGER – FLAT ROOFING MANUFACTURER – NORTH WEST LONDON, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, HERTFORDSHIRE AND OXFORDSHIRE
Exciting opportunity to join a global leading UK manufacturer of flat roofing, and waterproofing products aligned for both commercial refurbishment and new build projects. Fantastic opportunity to join a well respected company with a strong name in the market and uncapped commission scheme. Fantastic opportunities to join a very successful area who are offering both personal and career progression.
The role is to sell the clients range of flat roofing and waterproofing products via specification focusing within the commercial new build and refurbishment sector covering the North West London and Northern home counties territory. The role itself will be to target and supply Architects, Local authorities, private sector clients, main contractors, sub contractors, surveyors and end users with the companies excellent portfolio of flat roofing products. The successful candidate will join a very established area with some fantastic clients already within the territory. There will have an aspect of maintaining these accounts along with an element of creating new business.
Field sales role covering the counties of Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and North West London.
The client is ideally looking to hear from candidates who have experience of flat roofing products selling via specification to Architects, contractors or councils. The client is also open to hearing from candidates who come from a building envelope or technical background but must have specification sales experience. They are looking for someone who is ambitious and target driven who wants to join a business where they can stay longer term and progress.
Company Car, or car allowance Lucrative uncapped commission scheme, Pension, Private healthcare, mobile, laptop holidays plus bank holidays and other company benefits
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