Branch Managers

We are seeking two Branch Managers, one for our Ipswich branch and one for Bury St Edmunds branch. You will be expected to lead, drive and support the profitable development of your respective branch.

We are advertising these vacancies now for a January 2025 start. We endeavour to take the time to advertise and review accordingly to ensure we make the right appointments.


Location(s):

Ipswich & Bury St Edmunds Branches




About the position

You will be responsible for our branch management and operational teams, for the planning and delivery of the next stage of our company development strategy, and for building, managing and expanding our customer portfolio in the respective areas.


About Pitkin & Ruddock

Pitkin & Ruddock Ltd provides complete temperature control solutions, service and maintenance to all our customers in the East Anglia region and across the UK. Established in 1954, we pride ourselves in supporting both large and small businesses.

Everything we do at Pitkin & Ruddock starts with people; our success is built on long-term working relationships with our customers, employees and suppliers. We are a large, local, family business that take pride in delivering excellence through service.

We consider our employees to be part of our family, and continually invest in their development so our business will grow – this ensures that we continue to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world of technical and environmental issues.

Key responsibilities

  • Lead and manage our branches with three key areas of operation: projects and installation work, planned maintenance contracts and reactive service works.
  • To oversee the operational management of the branch and the service teams within.
  • Drive sales and business development for profitable and sustainable growth.
  • Technical system design and equipment selection.
  • Project planning and implementation.
  • Ensure quality, customer service and profitability.
  • Ensuring sales targets are met, monitoring budgets and motivating staff to attain objectives.
  • Promote organisational values and objectives, whilst actively promoting a strong team ethic.
  • Ensure management systems, structures and procedures are adhered to, including the implementation of the company policy on ‘Health, Safety and the Environment’.
  • Adopt an active role in the promotion of training and development of staff.
  • Provide informed feedback to the Board of Directors.

More information and to apply

To discuss the roles in more detail please contact either Damian Nunn or Beverly Last. To apply, please complete the form below.

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