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Albion expands sales team

Despite this year being tough for many, Albion Valves has managed to uphold its apprenticeship record by employing its 9th apprentice in as many years.

Albion's new apprentice Bailey Robinson

This year, the valve supplier has utilised the apprenticeship scheme to welcome Bailey Robinson to the sales office. 

Bailey has recently completed his GCSEs with exceptional grades and has experience working in a variety of customer facing roles.

Bailey’s role will see him working closely with all of Albion’s distributors on a daily basis, responding to enquiries and taking orders, as well as learning about additional business functions such as invoicing.

He said: “I am excited for the challenge ahead and cannot wait to start using my experience from previous customer service roles to help Albion’s customers. As a hard-working and self-motivated individual, I feel confident that I will fit into the team well and will enjoy my time here.”

David Wreakes, Albion’s commercial manager, said: “At a time when businesses are struggling and jobs are hard to come by, we are delighted to be able to offer Bailey a great opportunity in our busy sales office. Former apprentices who completed their scheme at Albion were all offered full-time roles on completion and are still with Albion today, so I have no doubt that Bailey will have a successful career at Albion.”

 

14 December 2020

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