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More complete details can be found in the
full job description.
However, in brief: successful applicants for this full-time, permanent
role will, after appropriate induction and training, service the portable fire
fighting equipment at our customers’ sites and supply or recommend goods
and/or services as required (predominantly by the relevant British
BS 5306, although other standards and
legislation can also apply).
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Inherent to the job is a high level of sales of goods and services,
upon which the successful applicants will earn commission.
detailed Person Specification
for this role sets out those qualities we regards as being either
essential or desirable.
In brief we’re looking, first and foremost, for go-getters.
Applicants must be excellent communicators with a proven track record in
sales and of achieving performance objectives.
Applicants must also be numerate and hold a full current driving
licence valid in the UK.
Experience in a self-managed role is also highly desirable.
Applicants need not have any experience in this trade, although this,
or any other fire-safety or health & safety experience, knowledge or
qualifications would be advantageous.
The package offered is amongst the best in the trade for successful
Further details can be found in our
Pay & Benefits section, but
comprises a basic salary, supplemented by
commission. Successful candidates should relish the opportunities of
such a salary structure.
At the time of writing, the Company offers an excellent holiday package starting at 28 days, and increasing to 38 days after length of service. This holiday entitlement is inclusive of bank and public holidays.
Information relating to the other benefits offered by the Company may
be found in our Pay & Benefits section.
Of course, as part of the role, the Company provides all tools and
materials required, including a fully funded well-specified Company van,
smart phone, specialist tools, etc.
Below is a brief summary of the more complete information found in the
Induction & Training section.
Typically, the first four to six weeks of employment will be spent
undertaking induction training and formal independent examination.
Potentially, these stages can be anywhere in Great Britain, although is
typically predominantly near one of our regional centres and the employees’ own
The employee will then be able to perform the job
unaccompanied. Needless to say, we provide a layer of support and are
always on hand in these early stages. This together with our stringent
quality control regime helps ensure our staff work to the highest
standards right from the outset.
Beyond this, further training is also provided on an ad-hoc basis with a
view of further refining the successful candidate’s performance and
introducing and familiarising them to our other products and services.
All details provided are subject