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CAB Set to Appoint Technical Support Officer

The Council for Aluminium in Building has grown significantly in the last few years which has lead to an increase in expert support to the aluminium in building supply chain. In order to fulfil this growing demand CAB is creating the new and exciting role of Technical Support Officer. The position carries a highly attractive package with enormous scope for the right person to make the role their own.

Based at the CAB offices at Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, the successful candidate, who be joining a small dynamic team, will have a good awareness of the relevant standards and regulations and the ability to gather knowledge from a broad range of industry sources. The role will also offer the candidate the opportunity to represent CAB's members interests on several Government and Associated Expert Organisations.

A key strength and backbone of CAB over recent years has been the ability to provide excellent technical support especially in standards, regulations and best practice. A major factor in CAB's dynamic growth has been its high level of competency and service to its members, who know that good technical support increases their competitive advantage in the market place. This year CAB is enhancing this further contract seminars as well as a full programme of regional events.

As construction standards and regulations become increasingly complex and more numerous CAB prides itself on being at the forefront of knowledge in the use of aluminium in the industry. By being active on many of the committees which develop these standards, both in the UK and Europe, CAB is able to involve members through its technical committees and groups and ensure their opinions and concerns are heard where it matters most.

A complete Job Description is available on the CAB website at www.c-a-b.org.uk or from the CAB office on 01453 828851.



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