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Aaron Wallis Sales Recruitment has a team dedicated to Construction sales professionals.  Our Construction and M&E Division has recruitment consultants dedicated to the construction industry and commonly worked job titles include Specification sales professionals, Account Managers, Business Development Managers, National Sales Managers, Sales Executives and Sales Directors.  

Aaron Wallis Construction recruitment consultants regularly recruit into the following sub-sectors:

  • Access Control

  • Air conditioning

  • Architect Sales including Architectural Hardware

  • Builders Merchant

  • Building Materials and Building Products

  • Building Services and Facilities Management

  • CCTV

  • Civil Engineering

  • Construction

  • Consultant Sales

  • Distributors/wholesaler Sales

  • Electronic Security Systems

  • Heating

  • HeVAC/HVAC/HVC

  • Lighting

  • M&E Sales Jobs

  • Power Tools

  • Security Systems

  • Specification Sales, specifier sales

  • Tools and tooling

  • Ventilation

 

Latest Jobs

  • Outbound Sales Consultants
    Outbound Telesales Consultants - Energy Services - Peterlee, County Durham £15,000 - £20,000 basic plus comm £35k ote Aaron Wallis is pleased to be recruiting Outbound Telesales Consultants fo...
  • Sales Team Leader
    Sales Team Leader - Luxury Experiences City of London Basic £25,000 OTE £35,000 Uncapped + Benefits This vibrant, modern and highly innovative sales and marketing organisation partner with ...
  • Marketing Manager
    Marketing Manager, Events - Luxury Goods/ Experiences City of London Basic £60,000 + Benefits This vibrant, modern and highly innovative sales and marketing organisation partner with many o...
  • Field Sales Account Manager, FMCG, South East of England
    Field Sales Account Manager, FMCG, South East of England. £30,000 to £34,000 Basic, OTE £44,000 uncapped + 33 Days Holiday (inc BH's) + Company Car + Pension, Healthcare & Excellent benefits package. ...
  • Customer Facing Sales Consultant
    Customer Facing Sales Executive - Luxury Experiences City of London Basic £18,000 OTE £25,000 Uncapped + Benefits This vibrant, modern and highly innovative sales and marketing organisation...
  • Customer Facing Sales Consultant
    Customer Facing Sales Executive - Luxury Experiences Manchester Basic £15,000 OTE £25,000 Uncapped + Benefits This vibrant, modern and highly innovative sales and marketing organisation par...
  • Field Sales Account Manager, FMCG, South East of England
    Field Sales Account Manager, FMCG, South East of England. £26,000 to £30,000 Basic, OTE £40,000 uncapped + 33 Days Holiday (inc BH's) + Company Car + Pension, Healthcare & Excellent benefits package. ...
  • Customer Facing Sales Consultant
    Customer Facing Sales Executive - Luxury Experiences City of London Basic £18,000 OTE £25,000 Uncapped + Benefits This vibrant, modern and highly innovative sales and marketing organisation...
  • Area Sales Manager
    Area Sales Manager - Capital Equipment - Surrey £25,000 basic £70,000 ote plus car Aaron Wallis is pleased to be recruiting an Area Sales Manager for a successful international Capital Equipme...
  • Customer Facing Sales Consultant
    Customer Facing Sales Executive - Luxury Experiences City of London Basic £18,000 OTE £25,000 Uncapped + Benefits This vibrant, modern and highly innovative sales and marketing organisation...

Latest News

  • Construction output hits five-year high
    01/05/2013
    A report by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) has shown that workloads in the construction sector for the first quarter of 2013 have revealed the most positive start to the year since 2008.
  • 'Talking to people at work' matters to 22% of employees
    25/04/2013
    A new study looking into trends in the workplace has found that for a considerable 22 per cent of people, being able to talk to other people while at work is important to them in terms of how happy they are in their job.
  • Improvement for business conditions in UK construction
    10/04/2013
    The latest Purchasing Managers' Index survey by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply has shown that business conditions in the construction sector - which accounts for about seven per cent of the UK economy - did not deteriorate in March by as much as they have been doing recently.
  • Google rumoured to be planning a smartwatch too
    22/03/2013
    While rumours have been circulating about an Apple iWatch and Samsung also working on a high-tech piece of wristwear, further whisperings are afoot about Google designing its own contribution to the smartwatch market.
  • Construction industry new orders enjoy Q4 surge, says ONS
    04/03/2013
    Figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have revealed that the volume of new construction orders in the final quarter last year saw a 3.4 per cent rise when compared with the previous three months.
  • £6 million bursary for aerospace engineering graduates and employees
    27/02/2013
    The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has announced the launch of a new governmental bursary worth £6 million to pay for 500 new graduates and employees to study for masters degrees in aerospace engineering.
  • Strong rise in permanent placements, says Bank of Scotland
    19/02/2013
    New figures from the Bank of Scotland have revealed that the beginning of this year saw a solid rise in permanent placements - albeit at the slowest rate in three months.
  • Construction PMI records fall in output
    05/02/2013
    UK construction companies have indicated that 2013 began with a slight reduction in business activity, despite the rate of contraction remaining unchanged from the previous month.
  • Construction sector output increases in Q4
    25/01/2013
    News that the UK economy shrank in the final quarter of 2012 has sparked fears that the nation may be headed for another recession.
  • Call for inquiry into construction blacklist
    23/01/2013
    Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna has called for action to be taken against an unlawful blacklist of workers, which was allegedly used to deny people work across projects such as the Olympics and Crossrail developments.