Divisional Director

Recruiter
Metzger Search & Selection
Location
London
Salary
125000.00 GBP Annual + GBP110000 - GBP120000 per annum + bonus and benefits
Posted
15 May 2017
Closes
29 May 2017
Function
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Divisional Director
House Building Contractor
London & South East
Circa. GBP120,000 plus Bonus & Benefits

Our client is a significant and successful volume House Building Contractor that is both a traditional contractor and has access to modern construction and energy processes. They work extensively with major clients to include Housing Associations, Social Landlords and Developers. Their advantage is that they are part of a major and international group, whilst remaining focused on the UK market. They are well managed and have an excellent executive and leadership team.

Our client is now looking for a Divisional Director to take full Profit & Loss responsibility for a London/South East Region. Working closely as part of the regional team, you will enjoy the full responsibility of running a region across a range of clients who have differing volume building needs at different periods in the construction life cycle.

Your involvement will be strategic, commercial and operational with a real emphasis on building a high quality team that can adapt to client demands.

This role is a direct succession role and will work very closely with the Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer functions. This will give you direct access to decision making and client relationships at the highest level.

If you are an experienced House Building Operator and looking to join a progressive and successful business we would like to discuss your career experience and aspirations with you.

If you feel you are the person our client is looking for please email your CV in Word format, quoting reference 277877/6/JF. Please give details of your current remuneration package and notice period. We regret we cannot take telephone enquiries relating to this vacancy, due to the high level of responses expected.