Specification Sales at Strata

Specification Sales Role – Exciting job opportunity!

Due to the continued success and expansion of Strata Tiles we are looking for a SPECIFICATION SALES PERSON to join our team covering London/South East. This is an outstanding opportunity to join an established and growing company.

The ideal candidate is an experienced specification sales professional capable of developing strong commercial relationships through the provision of excellent technical support and expertise.

Key Tasks & Activities:

  • Targeting key Architects and identifying specific projects with requirement details including timescales, alternatives and competition.
  • Identify and follow-up with and influence key decision makers.
  • Understand project alternatives and value engineer price effective solutions.
  • Deliver CPD’s to Architects as a way of promoting the company, its products and services.
  • Have the ability to cross sell Strata Tiles complete portfolio and create wider opportunities.
  • Converting enquiries into sales at required margins by working closely with estimators and providing required information to maximize conversion rates.
  • Tracking all live projects in real time to ensure they are secured.
  • Be a team player, prepared to support other areas of the business as required.

Strata Tiles business is selling porcelain, stone, mosaics, concrete and composite stone to the construction industry, working with architects, specifiers and contractors in the private and public sector markets.

Industry Sectors You May Come From: Tiles, Natural Stone, Washroom Systems, Sanitary Ware, Bricks, Facades, Decorative Surface, Architectural Ironmongery


To apply hand in a CV to [email protected]



Strata Tiles at the Building Life Cycle 2016

Company director Paul Wallis took part in the second annual Building Life Cycle event hosted by specialist refurbishment contractors Forcia Ltd. Paul took part as a member of Paddington Locomotives Team.

Teams were invited from all the areas of the building industry including clients, designers, engineers, project managers and suppliers which made the event very enjoyable.

The venue was the wonderful Sussex countryside and hills. The challenging 78km course forced the cyclists to bring out their best ability, luckily Paul had 3 good cyclists ahead of him to pull him along and the weather hit an amazing 21 degrees which helped to keep the spirits high.

There was a strong competition from our fellow professionals (showcasing of aero suits and tri bars). Whilst The Locomotives held their own and finished well, sadly they did not win.

A big thanks goes to Forcia, Terry and Bernard for a very well run event and being such great hosts and to my fellow team mates for a great day out.

Paul is looking forward to next year.