Cladding specialist is looking to fill a number of roles at its sites and says the recruitment drive is fuelled by “the certainty of the £1.6bn government ‘Building Safety Fund’ to replace dangerous cladding with the non-combustible type” it supplies.
Vivalda Group, the non-combustible claddings specialist, has launched a major recruitment drive to provide employment opportunities to cost estimators, designers, warehouse operatives, drivers, sales managers and IT specialists who may have been affected by the Covid 19 pandemic.
The £37m turnover business says it is looking to fill numerous roles at its sites in Cumbernauld (Scotland), Hull, Manchester, Birmingham, London, Swanley and Cheltenham. At a time of economic uncertainty, Vivalda says it is displaying its contrarian instincts that have taken it to market leadership – building up resources during the good times and investing heavily in recession.
This instinct has led to the company being named by the London Stock Exchange as one of Britain’s most admired businesses in 2018 and 2019.
Vivalda Group Chairman Peter Johnson said: “My heart goes out to sectors of the economy where there is little prospect of a return to work, but at least in construction we have the full blessing of government to restart in earnest, especially where remediation work on unsafe cladding is concerned.
“Thankfully we have the certainty of the £1.6bn government ‘Building Safety Fund’ to replace dangerous cladding with the non-combustible type we supply. That’s what’s fuelling our new recruitment drive.”
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