I am a practical, creative and hardworking Kitchen Fitter with excellent carpentry and joinery skills. I have previous experience in fitting and installing beautiful rigid kitchens across the country. According to my work ethics, merely “Good enough” isn’t good enough at all; everything has to be completed to the highest standard possible in order to provide the best customer service that the customers expect and deserve.
Awarded “Employee of the Month” at Creative Kitchens Ltd, 2015
Experienced in fitting all types of made-to-measure and bespoke kitchen units
Knowledge of basic plumbing (including water, electrics and gas)
Employment and Work Experience
Jan 2014 – Present
Kitchen Fitter Creative Kitchens Ltd
Main duties performed:
Disassembly and safe disposal of existing kitchen fittings and appliances
Taking measurements of kitchen areas so that the appropriate-sized appliances can be ordered and fitted in accordingly
Installation of appliances according to customers’ needs and blueprints
Altering the size of bespoke appliances when necessary
Tiling, painting and decorating of kitchen walls and flooring
Maintaining work tools (cleaning, replacing blades, etc.)
Tidying up of workspaces upon completion
Providing product after-care and repairs
Jan 2012 – Dec 2013
Kitchen & Bathroom Fitter Fabulous Furnishings
Main duties performed:
Recording customers’ orders and requests
Supporting my upper-study in the fitting of kitchen and bathroom appliances
Measuring customers’ kitchens and bathrooms prior to the fitting process
Measuring and cutting worktops to suit specifications
Solving minor plumbing and rewiring problems
Paying close attention to every aspect of the job, small or big
2011 (5 Days) Results: [PASS]
Introduction to Kitchen Fitting
City & Guilds
Selecting the right appliances suitable for a kitchen
Reading and understanding manufacturers’ drawings and specifications
Marking, cutting and fixing of cornice and other materials
Professional development and work ethics
2007 – 2011 Results: 7 GCSEs at Grades A-B, including English and Maths
Long Bridge School
Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Kitchen and Bathroom Fitting
Completed the “Sales and Customer Care” course run by the Kitchens Bedrooms Bathrooms National Training Group (KBBNTG)
Currently undergoing CAD training on a part-time basis
Customer service skills: Excellent at putting customers’ needs first by going all out to exceed expectations on any project I am assigned
Time management skills: Able to complete multiple projects concurrently without compromising safety, quality and while adhering to deadlines
Creative Skills: Adept at thinking “out-of-the-box” to make the best use of tight spaces and coming up with novel solutions
Travelling: Clean UK Driving Licence with own transportation (van) and willing to travel long distances to complete work
Hobbies and interests
During my spare time, I enjoy working on my vintage Mazda MX5 and going for long drives in it with my friends. In addition, I also visit kitchen and bathroom expositions and conventions to observe first-hand and study new trends and appliances launched within the industry.
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