Plumbing and Heating Regional Manager

Published:  31 August, 2012

Sector: Builders' Merchant

Location: SW Wales

Salary: TBC


LBS Builders Merchants has a history spanning over 80 years and is a leading independent builders’ merchants in West Wales, supplying a comprehensive range of building materials to construction, DIY and engineering industries. As part of our expansion programme, we are looking to recruit a Plumbing and heating manager.


You will be a hands-on plumbing and heating manager capable of developing and delivering a combination of stand-alone and implanted P&H businesses into the company.

This will involve setting stock profile, pricing structure, branch and implant layouts, recruitment of staff, sales and marketing. In short, all aspects of the business. The company has a strong team that will Head Office team that will support all aspects of creating this business.

You will be charged with developing the natural add-on range to the existing LBS offers, with a strong focus on sales, profitability and delivery of excellent customer service.


Applicants will need to demonstrate significant experience and expertise in plumbing and heating and sustainable products, and an ability to develop a multi branch operation.


We offer an attractive salary and appropriate benefits commensurate with these key positions within the company.


We would welcome applications from individual who can contribute to the successful growth of our business. To apply, please forward your CV to Amanda Jones, HR Manager at

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