Here at Magnet, we are the UK’s leading kitchen experts, offering our unique Full Circle Service which includes a comprehensive Installation option.
We recognise the people who build and install our kitchens are a fundamental part of our expertise, so if you are an experienced Kitchen Installer and you would like to work with us to continue to inspire and fulfil the expectations that our Customers demand, then here’s what you need to know.
You must be Gas Safe registered and registered to an electrical body to the domestic standard (Part P) or above.
Or you should be able to nominate and use Gas Safe engineers and registered electricians to carry out the appropriate work in these areas. A minimum of £2million Public Liability insurance is also required and you must be CIS tax registered within the UK.
Above all you’ll be passionate about your work, committed to delivering the very best customer service and be the kind of person that always goes above and beyond to ensure all our Customers are satisfied.
What we offer
Working with the Magnet Brands means you will get to build strong relationships with the Stores in your area and be on the Approved Installer List. This allows the Store to then allocate jobs to you which leads to a regular and busy workload. This comes with the full backing of a vibrant and fast moving organisation and that’s just the beginning.
Add great rates of pay and prompt payment, next day replacements that can help ensure you complete every job on time, and you will become a Trustmark registered Installer through Magnet kitchens after a qualifying period.
You might have just found the perfect Kitchen Installer job.
How to get started
To join us as an Approved Kitchen Installer, simply download and complete our application form here. We’ll need a few details about you, the names of two trade referees and information on two kitchens that you’ve recently installed that we will inspect.
Once you have done all that, sign it and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch to take things to the next stage.