Building on its already well-established reputation for supporting the recruitment needs of clients and candidates in the building industry, Courtney Smith Group are proud to also offer their Building Industry Managerial Jobs service.
Our building industry managerial division provides a dedicated senior level recruitment service both to industry and to individuals seeking to maximise their potential and climb to the very top of the career ladder.
For recruiting companies, we can access a large portfolio of potential candidates and an enviable network of industry contacts. As a member of the Builders Merchant Federation since 2008 we can also help to recruit in this area.
Our clients range from small, independent builders’ merchants to the large nationals and from the small, niche manufacturers right up to the very large corporate suppliers. We know what they want, and we genuinely understand the intricacies of the building industry managerial jobs market.
In this division we focus on: -
- Regional / National Sales Managers
- Sales Directors
- Sales & Marketing Directors
- National Account Managers
- General Managers
- Commercial Managers
- Commercial Directors
- Managing Directors
We know that our clients look for a focused and dedicated service capable of meeting their needs quickly and with minimum disruption to the running of their business and we are very often brought in to handle highly sensitive recruitment projects when the need for confidentiality and discretion is paramount.
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