Site Management Academy – Crest Nicholson

Site Management Academy – Crest Nicholson

Off By Ed Hanna

Build Your Career With Crest Nicholson  –This award-winning training programme is designed to bring new Trainee Site Managers into our business each year and create future Site Managers, Build Managers and Production Directors.

Participants will receive training and development (including qualifications*) as a ‘Trainee Site Manager’ before potentially progressing on to become an Assistant Site Manager and then Site Manager.

Ultimately, as a Crest Nicholson Site Manager, you will manage the production of homes to pre-determined programmes and budgets in accordance with company safety, quality, sustainability and presentation standards. Customer interaction will be a key part of your role and you will be responsible for ensuring that you establish and maintain an impeccable relationship with customers.

What are your benefits? 
You will have the ability to grow within an award-winning FTSE250 company and get the right training to develop your career. This is in addition to the usual perks that come with being a full-time employee at Crest Nicholson such as an pension scheme, company car, private medical care, 25 days annual holiday allowance and generous bonus scheme. excellent

What Skills Do I Need?

To be considered for our award-winning Site Management Academy you will need:

  • Experience in working on a construction site or previous supervisory experience in a customer-focused industry or Armed Forces background
  • Desire and ability to make things happen with a proactive work approach
  • Strong relationship building skills
  • Logical approach to decision making and problem solving

Who Can Apply?

We welcome applications from Armed Forces personnel who can demonstrate the skills required with management experience.

How Do I Apply?

Visit: Applications are open from 10th January 2019.

What Happens Next? 

We will review your application by the beginning of May, and let you know if you have been shortlisted for an interview in mid-May. Successful applicants will start training August 2019.

*Skills assessment will be completed at interview stage to ascertain if formal qualifications are required.