Window Fitter Newton Abbot (Devon), UK RATE: £12.00 DURATION: 2 months

CONTACT: Dennis Murray

TEL: 01626 333105

EMAIL: dennis.murray@harbronrecruit.co.uk

OFFICE: Devon

REF: Nav HAR65703

DATE POSTED: 27th September 2017


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HARBRON RECRUIT LTD

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NEWTON ABBOT (DEVON) AREA

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We have an exciting new role for a Window & Conservatory fitter.

We have a vacancy for a fitter, installing UPVC, wood & aluminium windows, doors & conservatories. Must be able to work on own initiative & as part of a bigger team. Previous experience is essential, must be able to work at heights, good customer service skills & able to communicate both verbally & written.

Please do not apply for this role unless you have at least 3 years’ experience.

If you would like to apply for this role, please call / email Dennis on 01626333105 or dennis.murray@harbronrecruit.co.uk

Duration: On-going

Rate: From £11.00 to £13.00 per hour

Harbron Recruit Ltd is a family run construction industry recruitment agency based in the South West of England.

Harbron Recruit originally stemmed from a construction company that boasts 25 years of successfully working with the majority of major contractors across the South West.

Recognising the demand for quality construction personnel with the necessary skills and qualifications to carry out jobs quickly and safely gave birth to Harbron Recruit as a major supplier of construction trades to companies requiring temporary, permanent and contract workers on a range of assignments.

Now, as a well-established Recruitment Agency having traded successfully for 10 years within the specialist sector of construction it has enabled us to create long standing client relationships built on a foundation of trust, honesty and integrity.

Based in Devon we provide quality staff to our clients both locally and nationally.

Call 01626 333105 now.

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