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Job Vacancies at Hazard

Hazard are one of the UK’s leading independent manufacturers of safety signs, bespoke signs and related products. Through expansion we are looking to add the following to our dynamic team of personnel.


We require a confident, enthusiastic, intelligent and hard working person to become part of a dedicated customer services team, responsible for customer liaison within our busy sales office. The successful applicant must have a positive attitude towards customer care and an excellent telephone manner. Duties include processing orders by phone, fax and email for direct input onto a database, dealing with customer enquiries, liasing with colleagues and general admin. An RSA typing qualification would be an advantage.

Please e-mail your CV for the attention of carolynne@hazard.co.uk or post to the following address:

Hazard Safety Products Limited
55/57 Bristol Road
B5 7TU

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