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About Marius Stoica
Site Agent/Foreman in Glasgow area.
I have a strong practical knowledge of being Site Manager
My background is highly skilled tradesman with experience in setting wall and floor tiles, marble, mosaic, natural stone and granite, painting and decorating etc.
I give 100% commitment to any project undertaken and always analyse my tasks, and, offer proactive solutions to potential problems. I have extensive knowledge in directing, co-ordinating and exercising authority for planning, organisation and completion of projects.
I am able to work in a fast paced work environment and to deal with a tremendous work pressure. I make sure that if required I will do extra hours to ensure a job is fully completed to a high standard. I am fully flexible and can work any days and hours.
I have excellent communication skills and am multi lingual. I’m able to speak, read and write English, French, Italian and Romanian. I have delivered quality projects in the UK, Romania, Italy, Israel and Turkey. I am eligible to live and work in the UK and have a UK Residence document stating "no restrictions on employment in the UK". I have Enhanced Disclosure Scotland Certificate.
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