Building Services specialist Weatherite Group has today announced two employee promotions at senior level.
Weatherite Service & Maintenance has promoted Ricky Brookes from general manager to director and Weatherite Aluminium Solutions has promoted Daniel Male to general manager.
Mr Brookes joined Weatherite Service & Maintenance in 2010 as service manager and was promoted to general manager in 2013. His responsibilities include managing the office and field-based operational teams including disciplinary issues, appraisals and training identification to maintain and continue to improve performance.
As director of the business, Mr Brookes will provide business strategy to maximise sales opportunities and further grow accounts. He will also monitor account profitability and advise the senior leadership team on recruitment, training and direction of the business.
Mr Male’s responsibilities at Weatherite Aluminium Solutions will include developing the business in other market sectors including retirement living, hotels, hospitals, universities and commercial buildings.
He joined Weatherite in 2005 as contracts and installation manager. Prior to working at Weatherite, he worked as project manager at Alan Nuttall, and previously at John Evans Internal Architect and Design where he worked as an interior architect. Mr Male has a BA Honours degree in Internal Architecture and brings a wealth of knowledge to the business.
Both employees will report to Weatherite Group director Tim Whitehouse, whom commented: “We are delighted to announce that Mr Brookes will joining the board of directors. He is an excellent project and relationship manager and successfully builds and maintains multiple relationships with suppliers and distributors, adding a breadth of knowledge to the business.”
“Mr Male is a credit to the business and has gone from strength-to-strength since joining 11 years ago. He is capable of managing a number of projects across different sectors and has won several new business accounts which have previously been difficult to penetrate.”