Current Vacancies

Come and join the North East’s largest double glazing company. Here at Pennine, we promise you a challenging and rewarding career. So if are an exceptional individual who is looking for an exciting new role, and meets our criteria in any of the vacancies set out below, please get in touch.


Builders Wanted

We are looking for experienced and reliable builders, groundworkers and conservatory base specialists.

Immediate vacancies available.

For the right candidates we can offer:

  • Instant payments
  • Consistent work for 52 weeks of the year
  • The equivalent of up to £315 per day

Please read the personal specification  and job description.

To apply contact Graham Jenney with a CV by email: gjenney@pennineconservatories.com

Full-time Conservatory Fitter

Due to a huge increase in our order book, we are currently seeking experienced Conservatory Fitters.

As the North East's leading home improvement company, we require high quality individuals who understand the need to deliver their skills to an exceptionally high standard, enabling the company to develop and strengthen the Pennine brand.

Only candidates with relevant experience need apply. Applicants must have a full driving licence. We promise strong earnings potential and regular work for the right individual.

Please apply by sending a CV to Graham Jenney at : gjenney@pennineconservatories.com

Full-time Window Installers

Full-time window installers are required to work for the North East's leading home improvement company - Pennine Home Improvements.

Only experienced individuals, who work to exceptionally high standards, need apply. We need candidates, who maintain and strengthen the Pennine brand and reputation.

Immediate starts are available due to the volume of work on our order book. High quality individuals can expect to earn a good income and with opportunities of regular work.

Please apply by sending us a full CV to Graham Jenney at gjenney@pennineconservatories.com.

Full-time Field Marketer

The north east's biggest home improvement brand - Pennine – wants to recruit a full-time field marketer.

This is a customer-facing role and candidates should be proactive in their approach to potential sales.

The successful candidate will have exceptionally strong communication skills, be self-motivated and able to work well alone.

The successful candidate will have:

At least 1 year's experience in a customer-facing sales role.

  • A full driving licence and their own transport
  • This role attracts a salary of £8.50 an hour + excellent bonus and commission structure.

For more information, download a full job description here.

Please send CV and covering letter to Pennine’s Field Marketing Manager Steve Oliver at soliver@pennineconservatories.com

Field/Showroom Advisor

The North East’s leading home improvements company is looking for a field marketer/showroom advisor to ensure we continue to be the best.

Based at our new Durham Showroom and at various show-sites throughout the north east, you will generate sales appointments and ensure our customers get the best possible experience.

This is a target-driven role, where you will be expected to generate appointments for the sales team. You must also record all details of the customer journey accurately – so an attention to detail is vital!

Representing Pennine to the public, you will make sure you – and your sales’ area – look your best at all times.

You will maintain excellent relationships with internal departments as well as customers and potential customers both face-to-face and over the telephone.

In return, you will receive a basic starting pay of £8.50 per hour (this can vary between £7.88 - £10.00 per hour depending on performance and experience) plus a generous uncapped commission, based on your performance.

Successful candidates will have at least one year’s experience in sales, have a full driving licence and access to their own transport.

Further details of the role can be downloaded here.

To apply send a CV and covering letter to: nhusssain@pennineconservatories.com

Warehouse Manager

Pennine Home Improvements are a leading installer of conservatories, orangeries, double glazing windows and doors throughout the North East.

  • Salary dependent on experience
  • North East
  • Full time

We require an experienced Warehouse Manager to oversee all day to day activities, leading the warehouse in achieving KPI’s, one on one training and development and promoting continuous improvement methods. You will be responsible for ensuring that all operational procedures and health and safety requirements are adhered to. You will ensure the development of a positive working environment within a fast-paced warehouse.

This is a brilliant opportunity to shape and develop a good warehousing environment, with opportunity to drive and implement change within a growing business.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience of warehouse management, preferably some logistic experience with proven knowledge of implementing new processes across: goods in, stores, operational performance and KPI monitoring in a customer focused environment. This is a vital role with great career progression opportunities.

You will need a positive outlook, be motivated to achieve, enthusiastic and driven to deliver an excellent warehousing service to the business and its customers.

For more information, click here.

Self Employed Window Installers and Conservatory Base Builder opportunities

Due to continued growth we have several self-employed positions available for experienced Window Installers and Base Builders.

At Pennine, it is important to us that we deliver an exceptional service to our customers. To achieve this, it is vital that we have teams of Window Installers and Builders who are quality focused, experienced and passionate about providing excellent customer service.

These are customer facing roles, you will be expected to maintain and strength the Pennine Brand and reputation and provide our customer with an excellent Window Installation / Base Building experience.

You will be highly driven, motivated, passionate and determined to succeed and you will be driven to deliver an excellent service.

Both roles require experience, knowledge, determination and drive. You will ensure installations run smooth, our customers receive excellent quality and service, right first time, achieve installation dates and deliver a top-quality finish.

A strong knowledge of the general construction industry is an advantage, technical knowledge of the window and conservatory industry is a must. You will have excellent problem solving and planning skills, with the drive to “make it happen”.   You will have excellent people skills, a positive “can do” attitude, a passion to meet deadlines, attention to detail.

This is a great opportunity to work for a high profile, top quality, fast moving and forward-thinking business. We provide competitive rates of pay, opportunities for regular work, reliable, on time payments and immediate starts

To be considered for both these roles you must have:

  • Previous conservatory or window installation experience; preferably with experience of fitting orangery’s
  • A desire and determination to ensure all work completed meets the high-quality standards our customers expect;
  • The ability to work within a team or on own initiative, you must be self-motivated and hardworking;
  • MTC card
  • Excellent planning and organisational skills;
  • Good communication skills and an approachable personality.
  • A positive “can do” attitude with the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
  • Excellent attention to detail;
  • Effective time management skills with the ability to prioritise tasks;
  • Strong knowledge and experience of Health and Safety on site;
  • Driving license;
  • Relevant liability insurance

Please send your CV and covering letter to careers@pennineconservatories.com detailing your salary expectations including the added value you can bring to our business or ring 0191 631 0059

Project Administrator - Full Time

We have a great opportunity for an enthusiastic and experienced Project Administrator. You will manage the flow of survey files, protect project profitability and schedule new project surveys with Pennine customers. You will ensure surveys are distributed between Surveyors, review costs of projects, identify discrepancies and utilise the internal Surveyor calendar system.

Working in a customer focused environment, this is a vital role. If you have strong administrative skills, excellent numeracy and accuracy, previous job costing experience, with a strong focus on attention to detail this role could be for you.

You will need a positive outlook, be motivated to achieve, enthusiastic and driven to deliver an excellent service to the business and its customers.

Role and Responsibility

Survey scheduling

  • To schedule new project surveys with Pennine customers using the internal Surveyor Calendar system;
  • To ensure that Survey scheduling is pragmatic and that surveys are distributed between Surveyors as guided by the Head of Survey.

Project costing

  • To review the costs of projects based on the completed survey against the original sales contract and establish any discrepancies;
  • To adapt conservatory designs using Pennine’s bespoke software in order to accommodate new requirements identified during the Survey;
  • To establish the correct commission payments for each costed project.

File management

  • To ensure that Pennine customers are kept fully informed regarding the progress of their file before it reaches installations;
  • To review Survey files when they are returned to the office to ensure that all required components are present;
  • To liaise with 3rd party organisations in order to progress projects such as Northumbrian Water and local Planning Authorities;
  • To distribute files accordingly to the relevant department once in a position to do so;
  • To update the internal Pennine CRM system with all required data and files.

General administration

  • To perform general administrative duties including the management of paperwork and assembling of various administrative documents within the business.

Being Pennine

  • To help and support your colleagues to go beyond customer expectations with every customer. To over-deliver wherever possible in relation to internal service and continually support those who need help in providing an outstanding customer experience;
  • To always ask yourself and the other members of the Pennine team, ‘How can we do better? How can we improve what we do?’ To never stop developing;
  • To care about the detail – to help others to ensure that every interaction with the customer-no matter how small- is of an exceptional standard.

Person Attributes

  • A minimum of 2 years’ experience in a responsible administrative role, with relevant administrative qualifications;
  • Excellent experience of data input with experience of both manual and electronic job costing systems;
  • A strong working knowledge of Microsoft excel and other Microsoft packages, with experience of learning to use bespoke software packages;
  • Previous experience of working with bespoke CRM systems;
  • Experience of file management and document management;
  • The ability to priorities tasks and achieve deadlines;
  • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills with a good telephone manner and experience of liaising and interacting with customers over the phone;
  • Exceptional attention to detail, with strong organisational skills;
  • Good problem-solving skills, with the ability to identify problems and develop cost efficient solutions;
  • The ability to follow processes and systems and manage data from multiple sources;
  • Ability to multitask duties, work efficiently and effectively and meet time sensitive targets;
  • Good communication skills with the ability to communicate both verbally and written;
  • A self -motivated individual who has a can-do approach to work with the ability to get the job done in the required timescales;
  • Previous experience of working within the home improvement industry with knowledge of planning processes and systems would be advantageous as would knowledge of creating reports from recorded data;
  • The ability to analyse and interpret data for rational, evidence-based decision making;
  • Honest, open, with a positive approach and great team player;
  • The drive and desire to deliver an outstanding customer experience;
  • Excellent attendance and timekeeping record, with a willingness to learn and continually develop.

Please send your CV and covering letter to careers@pennineconservatories.com detailing your salary expectations including the added value you can bring to our business.


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