Regional Specification Manager

Published:  27 June, 2012

Sector: Building / civil engineering products

Location: Midlands

Salary: Up to £40k plus benefits

Job description

One of europe’s leading manufacturers of building / civil engineering products is seeking to recruit a professional regional specification manager covering the Midlands.

The client's products are very high quality while being competitively priced and are primarily centred around waterproofing, green roof systems, SUDS and water attenuation. It is therefore seeking a candidate who is able to capitalise on their success to date and further develop the business in the UK.

The role will be predominantly building relationships with architects and specifiers, contractors, engineers, consultants etc., by targeting specific project requirements with them and offering product, sales and technical support gaining product usage specification.


Up to £40k basic dependent upon experience OTE @£50k, plus benefits - car, laptop, mobile, 24 days + statutory holidays.

Personal specification

You must have experience of specification sales of building and construction products to architects, specifiers, consultants, contractors etc., in the Midlands.


If you are interested in this role, please apply now by sending your details to

All successful applicants will be contacted within seven days.

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