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Fitters (Washroom Cubicles)
These Washroom Cubicle Fitter roles are for the UK’s leading manufacturer and installer of Washroom systems, who are based in Deeside, North Wales. Their products are widely acknowledged as being best in class and with over 47 years in business they are proud of their reputation for customer service excellence.
Due to continued growth, they have a number of vacancies within their installation team.
They provide a full installation service to clients, who range from small local companies to large main contractors. Their current team of Fitters work throughout the UK and overseas, particularly in the Middle East, therefore they offer the opportunity for overseas travel. The installation team is customer facing and is not only employed to install but to ensure they provide the best service possible, matching the quality of the products.
On offer is a competitive salary, fully expensed company van and tools, contributory pension scheme plus a performance related bonus scheme.
If you have the skills and experience required, please apply today.
Keywords: Washroom Cubicles Fitters, Kitchen Fitters, Joiner, Carpenter.
This vacancy is being advertised by Adam Butler Limited. The services advertised here are those of an Employment Agency. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we are pleased to accept applications from all sections of the community. Any qualifications listed are indicative and we confirm that we are willing to accept applications from people holding equivalent qualifications.
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