We are an equal opportunities employer. This belief and approach applies to all aspects of employment including recruitment and selection, opportunities for training, development and promotion and our terms and conditions of engagement.

A highly competent, enthusiastic and ambitious workforce is the foundation upon which a successful business is built and as an employer Hill has always valued its people and encouraged them to achieve their full potential.

As well as highly competitive salaries, we also offer our staff many different benefits and rewards:

  • 26 days leave
  • Employees can select to either buy or sell up to four days holiday in any one holiday year
  • Employees are automatically included in the company pension scheme, which is non-contributory
  • All employees are covered by a Life Assurance Scheme up to the age of 65, the equivalent to three times basic salary will be paid to their next of kin
  • Employees are eligible upon satisfactory completion of their probationary period to join the company private medical insurance scheme
  • Eye care – If required for the purposes of VDU use or driving, a voucher will be provided to cover the cost of your eyesight test every two years and we will contribute £75 towards the cost of new glasses
  • We provide childcare vouchers via salary sacrifice, the employee will save Income Tax and National Insurance
  • Company Car /Car Allowance for many roles. We will make an incentive payment of £50 per month to those employees who opt for a low CO2 emission (below 100mg) Hybrid or Electric cars
  • We encourage our employees to participate in the Cycle to Work scheme

Keep up-to-date with career news and company updates on our LinkedIn page.

Our Modern Slavery Act Statement is available to view here.

Current Vacancies

Customer Service Manager – Eastern and London Region


  • Working with the Senior Customer Service managers for the Eastern & London regions in connection with everything related to Customer Service
  • Management of operatives, sub-contractors and suppliers to ensure the region delivers the service that is expected of a 5 star house builder for both regions.
  • Have the ability to conclude significant defects from start to finish in a timely manner, including the management & monitoring of these works.
  • Responsible for meeting or exceeding Customer Service KPIs and ultimately achieving exceptional customer satisfaction surveys from both customers and clients alike.
  • Assisting in undertaking final ‘RTMI’ inspection and maintaining quality standards within the Hill Group.
  • Carryout end of defects inspections with HA clients & representatives.
  • Ensuring support is given to the direct customer service team and received from the wider regional team members to enable excellent service delivery.


RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

  • Have experience Customer Service Manager, or in site management.
  • Proven technical knowledge of the house building industry
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills, especially with Homeowners.
  • A high level of financial acumen is desired.



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Sales Executive – Oxford


  • Secure the sale of new homes and achieve reservations, exchanges of contracts and legal completions in line with sales targets.
  • Become the reference point for the customer, and all other internal / external interested parties from first contact through to the completion of the house sale
  • Follow up all potential customer leads with tenacity and purpose
  • Deliver the company’s Customer Journey in line with the Customer Journey Manual to ensure the NHBC / HBF five star customer satisfaction award is achieved
  • Take pride in maintaining the presentation of the sales areas to the highest standards
  • Promote the use of company recommended mortgage brokers and solicitors to ensure an efficient service for customers to achieve contract exchange deadlines
  • Ensure all administrative and reporting requirements are met according to company policies and agreed time frames

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

  • Proven track record of selling new homes both off plan and with showhomes
  • Broad product knowledge of the Oxford housing market
  • Presenting features and benefits to secure reservations to customers
  • Excellent negotiation skills
  • Computer literate – Outlook, Word, Excel
  • Strong Interpersonal Skills
  • Must be able to work under pressure to achieve deadlines
  • A confident communicator – with customers, members of the team, all internal departments and outside agencies
  • Keen to take full responsibility of all duties
  • Flexible attitude to work/duties and the ability to work weekends and bank holidays as well as having flexibility within normal working hours
  • Live less than one hours travelling time to the development

Please only apply if you have the right to work in the UK

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Trainee Technical Co-ordinator – Oxford and Bicester

Are you ready to get your foot on the ladder to a rewarding career, gaining qualifications as well as skills, and earning while you learn?

Hill’s management trainee programme creates exceptional professionals in the housebuilding industry and enables you to be paid a competitive salary whilst working towards a BSc (Hons) degree.

During term time you will typically work four days a weeks and attend university on the fifth day. You can forget about any student loans or tuition fees, and you will gain on-the-job experience which is invaluable.  Good performance is rewarded with annual pay rises; benefits such as a company car and fuel card are also awarded as you progress and gain more experience. Best of all you will have a guaranteed job when you graduate.

We offer great support, excellent training and early responsibility, giving you the foundations to be a future leader in our company.

A Technical Co-ordinator is responsible for the delivery of a complete package from which a project is constructed.  They co-ordinate and review designs from the architect and engineer to ensure that accuracy, buildability, current regulations and specific requirements have been incorporated.  They ensure that all statutory authorities are undertaken and liaise with the Local Authorities to discharge planning conditions.

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):


3 A Levels at grade c or above, taken within the last two years;


BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Construction, minimum grades MMM, taken within the last two years.

Demonstration of interest in construction / house development.  Work experience is an advantage.

A UK driving license is desirable.

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Contracts Manager – Bespoke Region / Takeley


This is an exciting opportunity to work across various Bespoke developments up to £30m, where we make full use of digital construction technology and push boundaries to work smarter.

  • Promote H+S and Environmental issues to ensure the highest standards achieved for the Hill Group.
  • Oversee production on site via the site teams. Ensuring schemes are delivered to the required quality, time scales and cost.
  • Ensure all production activities are carried out in accordance with our quality management systems.
  • Ensure all sites are presented in accordance with the requisite company branding.
  • Promote value engineering to ensure the best net cost is achieved without compromise to quality or programme
  • Manage and motivate staff and provide clear direction to the entire delivery team of all disciplines, to achieve non-linear results beyond the original expectations for the individual projects.
  • Ensure full compliance with all contractual obligations with the supply chain and clients.
  • Protect without compromise the best interest of the Hill Group.

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

Self-motivation, drive and passion to succeed are as important as is actual experience in the role

Proven success in leading and managing teams is essential

A proven track record of quality delivery on time and to budget is paramount.

Should your current position not be as a Contracts Manager then clear evidence through experience shall be required that you have the ability to expand into a bigger role.


HNC or Degree Qualified is desirable

CIOB Qualification


First Aid at Work


Previous experience of using ASTA/BIM would be preferable

Please only apply if you have the right to work in the UK.


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Assistant Site/Logistics Manager – Cambridge


  • Ensure compliance with the NWC Skanska/UOC Logistics & Site management Plan
  • Ensure deliveries are carried out in accordance with the site wide rules
  • Implement H & S standards to work closely with adjoining contractors
  • Co-ordination of all deliveries with all personal to avoid clashes & delays
  • Liaise with Skanska/UOC on logistic matters attending daily/weekly meetings
  • Co-ordinate with the crane lifting and concrete pumping operations for compliance
  • Ensure all deliveries are logged onto the datsacope to avoid delivery refusal
  • Manage and record all materials on site
  • Maintain accurate records of plant & materials on site
  • Be responsible for all the storage and movement of materials on site
  • Maintain quality control using ISO and site procedures
  • Assist the delivery team with all material and logistical matters to avoid delay


RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

  • Experience in traditional construction
  • Experience in RC frame & Timber frame construction
  • Experience of working within a large team on site
  • Experience of the Hill Production Systems
  • Experience of lifting operations


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