After a record turnover during the epidemic, a London company offers a job for £100k-150k.


After a record turnover during the epidemic, a London company offers a job for £100k-150k.

During the Covid epidemic, a LONDON-based firm claims it had its “biggest ever year” and is now hiring for jobs paying between £100k and £150,000.

Pimlico Plumbers is on the lookout for outstanding tradespeople to fill vacancies with huge pay packages. After surviving the pandemic and attaining a record revenue of £50 million, they claim that “business is booming.”

Currently, the organization is looking for 50 professional plumbers, carpenters, electricians, roofers, builders, plasterers, and drainage experts.

It also states that they have huge plans for the future and will be hiring soon.

Not only do the roles pay well, with salaries ranging from £100,000 to £150,000 a year, but the company also provides a free state-of-the-art gym, weekly exercise classes, a subsidised canteen, and an annual Christmas party.

“The demand for our services is wonderful news, and it offers skilled tradesmen the possibility to earn in the region of £150,000 a year from the large amount of work bookings we are getting,” said chief executive Scott Mullins to LondonLovesBusiness.

“As the lockdown limitations eased and people realized they couldn’t spend their money on foreign trips, upgrading or restoring their homes became a top concern.

“As a result, the phones have been ringing nonstop, and we’re in desperate need of additional experienced workers to match the demand.

“If 50 skilled craftsmen stepped through our doors tomorrow, we would quickly have them initiated, uniformed, and in a Pimlico van. Unfortunately, it is not so straightforward because the quantity of experienced engineers available is severely limited.”

Employees at Pimlico Plumbers are paid on an hourly basis for each work. On weekdays, plumbing prices start at £120 per hour, rising to £200 for late-night callouts.

The company’s top earner was paid more than £200,000 before the outbreak.

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