Residential Sales Consultant West Midlands

Frank Schrijver UK Ltd is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants
will receive consideration for employment without regard to race,
colour, religion, sex, national origin, age, etc.

We are looking for a residential sales consultant, to sell our unique damp control system.
We believe that great companies are powered by great people who are personable, authentic,
who embrace new ideas, and are driven to smash sales targets.

The Role:

We are looking for an ambitious, hungry sales person,
to sell our innovative damp control system directly to residential customers via pre-booked appointments.

You will be given all the tools and information needed to
fully inform potential customers of the benefits of having our system installed.
Whilst previous experience in the industry may be an advantage, it is not essential.

In addition we are looking for someone flexible who will grow with our company.
We may ask you to book in your own appointments and generate some of your own leads using local knowledge.
You must have previous, proven experience hitting sales targets – either face to face or in a telesales environment.
You may also sell the same system via our sister company,
and must have an organised approach to your work.

Basic salary paid with an excellent uncapped commission scheme plus company mobile and expenses.
What’s more we’ll provide you with all the training needed to become a formidable sales rep.

Role scope:

This position is a direct sales role where you will be expected to convert at least 50% of your company leads as well as bring in new business. We are looking at new ways of working more efficiently and as the face of the company you should be ready to accept change. The designated sales area for this position covers:Birmingham, Oxford, Gloucester, Hereford, Shrewsbury, Stoke, Derby and Leicester.

You will need to be flexible, working your hours around customer availability, however we currently
schedule visits between 8 – 5 pm, Monday to Fridays.

Candidate Essentials:

  • Previous field based sales experience preferable but not essential.
  • Must demonstrate a successful track record of achievement in either sales or previous chosen role.
  • Must hold full UK driving license.
  • Must own a car.


Sales & Marketing

Primary Location

GB – West Midlands – Birmingham


Damp Control System:

To all recruitment agencies: Frank Schrijver UK Ltd does not accept unsolicited agency resumes/CVs.

To apply for this role send a cover letter and copy of your CV to

10 Signs of Rising Damp


There are 3 types of damp that can affect properties – condensation, penetrating damp and rising damp. Rising damp occurs when ground water soaks into a wall or floor – similar to how a sponge absorbs water. A damp proof course and membrane stops water causing damage to a property by sealing and protecting it. A damp proof course is built into a wall above ground level with a damp proof membrane laid beneath a concrete floor. Newer houses will have a damp proof course and membrane although houses built prior to 1875 may not.

Damp proofing can get damaged over time, which can result in rising damp. It could also be the level of the ground is higher than the damp proof course or there is something amiss with drainage. The key signs of rising damp to look out for include:

  • 1. Tide marks on the inside and outside wall; usually no more than a metre above ground level
  • 2. Damp stains above the skirting board
  • Signs of Rising Damp - Rotting skirting boards
  • 3. Crumbling or rotting skirting boards
  • 4. Discoloration or staining on walls
  • 5. Deposits causing blistering on walls
  • 6. Black mould
  • Signs of Rising Damp - Wallpaper
  • 7. Peeling wallpaper
  • 8. Rotting floor boards
  • 9. Raised floor coverings
  • 10. Smell – you can often smell damp even if you can’t actually see it

The cause of the damp needs to be identified before it can be removed as different damp issues can require different treatments. Frank Schrijver are rising damp specialists with their innovative Schrijver System an economically friendly way to lower humidity levels inside your property, leading to dry walls and continuous protection against damp.

Working with natural ventilation processes, it permanently removes rising damp. Installed outside your home, dry air flows through a series of handmade elements. This causes a drop in temperature and a “cold bridge”, taking moisture from the wall interior where it is deposited within the element. This then evaporates outside resulting in continuous damp protection.

The Schrijver System is the green alternative to damp proofing. With a lifetime guarantee, there’s no mess or redecorating required, and it’s kinder to the environment as no harsh chemicals are used. To find out more about the Schijver System, please contact us on 01689 800101 or email