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Stax seek new Birmingham Branch Manager as David Scully retires

Leading DIY and garden wholesaler Stax Trade Centres is on the hunt for a new Birmingham Branch Manager, after the hugely popular David Scully recently announced he plans to retire in Spring 2017.

David Scully joined Stax from Decco in 1991 as an Assistant Branch Manager, before moving to Manchester as Branch Manager, then to the Bristol depot in the same role before taking up the helm at the Birmingham branch.

David leaves behind a legacy of success from his time at Stax, being a multi-award winning Branch Manager, and having gained the respect of his staff and customers alike, through his hands on, front facing leadership approach.

Operations Director Nigel Wright commented,
"Over his 25 years with Stax, David's contribution to the company has been outstanding, which leaves behind some big shoes to fill. We're consequently looking for a highly experienced Branch Manager to take on the role, who is able to demonstrate excellent managerial skills with a proven track record in a similar position."

Reporting directly to the Operations Director the successful candidate will be experienced in working in a fast paced environment and used to dealing with different types of customers. Working with a senior management team within the branch and a staff of over 130, Stax are looking for a dynamic individual, to take the branch on to the next level.

For more information on the post, candidates should forward their full CV to Nigel Wright, Operations Director at nigel.wright@staxplc.co.uk

Click here to find out more about: Stax Trade Centres


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