London company offers job for £100k-150k after record turnover during pandemic | Personal Finance | Finance

Pimlico Plumbers are looking for top professionals to fill vacancies with no less than salaries. They say the “business is booming” after weathering the pandemic and achieving record turnover of £50 million.

The company currently employs 50 skilled plumbers, carpenters, electricians, roofers, builders, plasterers and drainage engineers.

It also says that they have big plans for the future, so more vacancies will be opened soon.

Not only do the jobs offer a high pay range of £100k-£150k a year, the company has a free state-of-the-art gym, weekly exercise classes, a subsidized canteen and a big Christmas party every year.

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Chief executive Scott Mullins told LondonLovesBusiness: “The demand for our services is great news and offers experienced craftsmen the opportunity to earn in the region of £150,000 a year from the sheer volume of vacancies we get.

“From the moment lockdown restrictions began to be lifted and people realized they couldn’t spend their money on traveling abroad, improving or repairing their homes became a priority.

“As a result, the phones are red hot and we need more experienced people to meet the demand.

“If 50 experienced craftsmen walked through our doors tomorrow, we would have them inducted right away, in uniform and in a Pimlico van. Unfortunately, it is not that simple, because the number of experienced engineers available is unfortunately limited.”

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The employees of Pimlico Plumbing are paid per assignment on the basis of hourly rates. Plumbing costs start at £120 per hour on weekdays and go up to £200 for overnight calls.

Before the pandemic, the company’s biggest earner received more than £200,000.

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