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Estimator – Commercial Flooring Projects – London

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Carpet Roles UK are delighted to be assisting their clients, a leading London and South East Flooring Contractor with their Recruitment Requirements throughout 2015. We have an exciting and interesting position for an Experienced Commercial Flooring Estimator to work on various Projects for the companies Blue Chip Client Base.

The Company are Specialist High End Commercial Flooring Contractors and supply a wide variety of clients with Flooring of All Types. Established over 20 years and with offices across London and Essex they offer Commercial Flooring Installations in all types of Flooring including Tiles, LVT (Amtico etc) Polished Concrete and Wood. Clients include the NHS, Weatherspoons and a variety of Retailers.

The Role will utilise the successful candidates experience as a Commercial Flooring Estimator and will involve Measures and Quantification of areas to be floored, the company use the Callidus Estimation Computer Programme though measures will need to be accurate before-hand. The company are also implementing usage of Sage Construction so previous experience of this would be advantageous as would good IT Skills generally.

Capable of working immediately on your own work, as well as contributing to larger team projects and meetings will be vital for the successful applicant. Excellent Communication skills both written and verbal will also be essential as the role will involve close liaison with both clients and internal contacts as well as suppliers.

£35 – £40kpa Salary negotiable for the right candidate.

For immediate consideration for this exciting role please apply via the links on this page or for a confidential discussion call Justin Kelly on 01562 910301.

Link to our web site advert here –

Carpet Roles UK are dedicated Recruiters to the UK Flooring Industry.




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