"HIL Installations have over half a century of experience installing insulated panels and have built a solid reputation around principles of quality, performance and value. Our specialist project teams will liaise with architects and consultants, offering recommendations on the latest materials and innovations and tailoring bespoke solutions. Whatever the size, we can work with any building construction project. The result is a top quality, dependable solutions that provide the exact facilities a company will need. Quite simply whatever the project; we'll get it done, to their unique requirements, timescale and budget.
Each project undertaken by us includes a full design & consultancy service, innovative value engineering and a full on-site project management service to supply the highest level of service and quality available. Our capabilities cover an assortment of insulated panels and are carefully managed to produce the optimum interfaces of any structure and to meet the projects performance specification and architectural aesthetics. Our team of engineers, surveyors and managers have experience in working on an array of high-profile projects across the UK."
Key responsibilities for the role:
- Must be able to complete an Apprenticeship standard Level 3 Business Admin
- Electronic Document Receipt & Filing
- Drawing take OTT’s for estimate preparation
- Estimating/Pricing of Projects
- Requesting Quotations from Supply Chain
- Autocad & Documentation Presentation
Key skills to be successful in your application:
- Good level of English and Maths
- Communication – Written & Verbal
- Teamwork – The ability to work in a team environment
- Enthusiasm & Willingness to learn
Contracted Hours: 37.5 hours
Hourly rate of pay: National Minimum Wage
Closing date: Friday 7 May 2021
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