Mission: To fit the best, Everest....
- Goes beyond the call because we understand that every customer is a privilege that is never taken for granted.
- Continually improves by always moving our products and service forward to stay ahead of the ...
Everest feels passionately about nurturing young talent which is why we decided to launch a Youth Apprenticeship Scheme in April last year.
The aim is to inspire young people between the ages of 16-24 to explore a career in the Home Improvements Sector and gain practical skills to help them get ahead in the job market. Below is Kelvin McKenzie success story. If you or someone you know is interested in becoming an apprentice at Everest please contact Morveline at email@example.com.
Everest has a strong history of supporting local activities, as it brings the company and the community together. When the opportunity arose to sponsor Medway Ladies Rugby Team... we were certainly interested. The club is getting more established by the day and several players have even gone on to play for England or Scotland, so it is an honour for Everest to be part of their success. The new sponsorship is already making a huge difference to the club as we have now replaced their old and tired kits to brand new ones. We wish them good luck and we are very excited to see how they progress through the season.
At Everest we pride ourselves on working with the most driven and passionate people. In return we offer excellent training, career progression opportunities and a wide range of benefits.
We’ve been in the home improvement market for over fifty years and have contributed to over two million homes in the UK. When we talk about being the best in the business, it’s because we know that our combination of high quality products and exceptional customer service is unmatched by any of our competitors.
We’ve worked hard to get where we are, and to stay there we need to make sure we hire that certain kind of people. That’s why it’s important we’re clear with what we expect from you, as well as what you can expect from us.
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Here are just some of the benefits of joining the Everest Sales Team:
Everest installers are among the best in the business, and the many benefits to being awarded this role include:
Such is the scope of Everest that we also recruit for a range of office-based vacancies, allowing you to access the excellent benefits below:
At Everest, we take a great deal of pride in the company and work hard to ensure all of our representatives feel the same.
To help us employ people who are right for the brand, we perform a wide range of interviews that allow us to measure an applicant’s competency, biographical, interpersonal and technical abilities.
We also use assessment centres and role-based psychological assessments to give us an accurate idea of how they are likely to perform in their given role, providing an insight into whether the relevant position is something the applicant will enjoy.
Read on to find out what you can expect should you apply here.
Joined in 2011 believing I wouldn't stay for longer than 3 months, Yet 6 years later still here and in a senior sales management position. Great people to work for, good team spirit.
If you are hard working and good at what you do, then some great career opportunities
Company moving from strength to strength, wouldn't work anywhere else in industry
Undergone a lot or recent changes, but things now settling down. Firmly believe we are in a much better position than when I started my journey 6 years ago
Advice to Management
Keep it going, its on the right track, ,the recent changes are starting to pay dividends, would like to see simplification in some of our processes and Head office functions.
I applied online. I interviewed at Everest Home Improvements.
The process began with a brief telephone interview with a recruitment person from head office. She then arranged a face to face interview with the territory development manager at a local hotel. The interview was made out to be a full competency-based interview but in the end it was relatively informal and chatty.
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