Branch Manager

Published:  11 July, 2012

Sector: Construction products

Location: North/East London

Salary: @£40k + bonus + benefits

Job descriptionO

One of the UK’s leading distributors of building materials who have an enviable reputation for quality of service and professionalism, operating from strategic bases throughout the UK is seeking to recruit a professional branch manager to join its already successful team, with a responsibility for their operation in the North / East London area which has an annual turnover in excess of £6m and employs 30 staff.

The successful candidate must be able to show drive, ambition, the ability to work calmly and methodically under pressure along with the ability to build good business relationships at all levels, coupled with the ability to manage staff and lead by example.

The client is seeking an individual who has a proven successful track record in managing a distribution operation in heavyside or lightside construction products / civils products / materials / services.


@£40k + excellent benefits + bonus OTE @£54k + benefits: car, laptop, mobile, healthcare, pension, home office.

Personal specification

Experienced in the management of a builders merchants or construction materials distribution operation


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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