Careers

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

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Current Vacancies

Sales Manager – Southern and Western Region

Key responsibilities:

This is a fantastic opportunity to work with an award winning Top 15 privately owned housebuilder. The amount of sites and future business is so great, we now require an additional Sales Manager to cover developments in the Southern and Western Regions.

You will be a dynamic and goal-orientated leader and manager of people with highly tuned interpersonal skills and the ability to drive and motivate new homes sales executives and estate agents across various developments in our Southern and Western regions.

The Sales Manager takes control of the development from before sales launch through to the last conveyance and is responsible for the customer experience throughout this period.

  • Drive sales targets of reservations , exchanges of contracts and conveyances
  • Lead and manage a team of sales executives and appointed estate agents to achieve those targets
  • Work closely with the Marketing Manager and Marketing Coordinator in the lead up to sales launch and for lead generation afterwards
  • Provide knowledge/expertise to react to market conditions such as lenders’ criteria, local house price variations, stock plots, assisted move properties and new initiatives.
  • Manage the Sales Coordinator to generate reports on weekly sales progression, exchanges and conveyances versus company targets
  • Coach and train both Sales Executives and appointed estate agents to enhance their sales skills , in the Customer Journey , and ensure our Company procedures are followed
  • Have a real focus on Sales costs and budgets to drive best value from suppliers and contractors

Main office location is Gunpowder Mill, Waltham Abbey, although it is expected that there will only be a requirements to visit here once or twice a week, for set meetings. The role will mainly be based on the following developments including;

Mosaics , Oxford

Sycamore Gardens, Epsom

Alto, Crystal Palace

Graylingwell , Chichester

Other developments in North West London

Desired skills and experience:

Knowledge and Experience

  • Proven experience in managing multi-level sales targets and the ability to delegate these according to business priorities
  • Must have worked previously in a heavily customer-focussed and sales-based environment
  • Extensive knowledge of new homes house building
  • Business and Commercial acumen – understand the economy and its effect on house buying
  • Previously managed and developed a direct sales team across many locations

Skills

  • Influencing skills
  • Information management
  • Analytical and evaluation skills
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to build relationships across levels and departmental boundaries
  • Highly organised with excellent business planning skills
  • Leadership and motivation
  • Coaches and develops team
  • Manage performance: monitor, give feedback, confront issues
  • Using resources at disposal to best effect

Behaviour and Attitude

  • A self-starter with high personal drive and self-motivation
  • Target driven and focussed
  • Self-confident, ambitions and competitive
  • An exemplar for the company values
  • Adaptable to changes and open to continuous learning
  • Remain calm under pressure and make controlled decisions
  • Demonstrates a ‘Can Do’ attitude
  • Personable, sincere and able to empathise with others

The experience of working in a similar role for a house builder or a developer is essential.

For a hungry and ambitious applicant there may also be the opportunity to progress within the company with the immediate prospect of independent working in an already established regions with scope to grow.

Must live ‘on the patch’ between M4 and M23 …or very close to. Please note many sales operations are open 7 days a week – therefore the ability to work flexible days is required.

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Sales Executive – North London

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Secure the sale of new homes and achieve reservations, contract exchanges and legal completions in line with company targets.
  • Become the reference point for the purchaser, and all other internal and external interested parties from first contact through to the completion of the house sale
  • 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
  • Follow up leads to ensure that sales targets are met and customer satisfaction is measured to the level required
  • Deliver the company’s Customer Journey in line with the Customer Journey Manual
  • Follow and adhere to company procedures and policies
  • Maintain the presentation of the sales areas to the highest standard

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

  • Proven track record of selling new homes and off plan
  • Skills in negotiation
  • Presenting features and benefits to secure sales to customers
  • Broad product knowledge of the London housing market
  • Computer skills – Outlook, Word, Excel
  • Strong Interpersonal Skills
  • Must be able to work under pressure to achieve deadlines
  • Needs to be able to communicate well, equally with customers, members of the team, all internal departments and outside agencies
  • Happy to take responsibility of duties
  • Flexible attitude to work/duties and the ability to work weekends and bank holidays as well as having flexibility within normal working hours

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Project Manager – High Wycombe

We are looking for an energetic, enthusiastic and experienced Project Manager to plan, control and delivery a new 88 unit development in High Wycombe. The candidate will ideally come from a contracting background. RC frame experience is mandatory.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Enforce all health & safety/ISO procedures ensuring compliance beyond the standard.
  • As project lead, the candidate is responsible for controlling all production/commercial and technical departments to ensure successful delivery within agreed time and budget perimeters.
  • Motivate/control and manage the team which will include mentoring, performance management and discipline.
  • To work closely with all members of the site delivery team and supplychain to proactively drive communication and problem solving.
  • To organise & control the construction of the development in accordance with the specification provided.
  • To ensure construction complies with NHBC and all other statutory authorities.
  • Act as an ambassador to the business. Represent the company in a professional manner and establish strong relationships with the key clients.
  • Business development and promotion of the Hill brand.
  • Oversee material takeoffs, scheduling and material control by the project team.
  • Work closely with the supply chain and management team to promote a positive and safe culture.
  • To assist and integrate new Hill employees and promote TEAM working.
  • Handover completed scheme to client on time, to agreed quality standard and budget.
  • Produce, distribute and review scheme wide target programmes using asta.
  • Prepare and host subcontractor/Client and team meetings.
  • Review weekly safety and quality documentation. Scrutinise and challenge the team to ensure the processes are followed diligently.
  • Interrogate and influence designs to facilitate buildability.
  • Management of prelim spend and costs control. Seek out opportunities for VE through design rationalisation or alternative and more effective building methods.
  • Ensure compliance with the control document and budget.
  • Compile subcontractor scopes to ensure robust supplychian packages are produced and cost certainty is established.
  • Manage the working environment, sequence and flow to limit abortive works, prevent any deteriation in quality and subsequently control non-recoverable costs.

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

Likely to come from a Contracting background and be familiar and competent dealing with high end technically complex designs.

  • Self-motivation, drive and a passion to succeed whilst being able to balance decisions giving guidance and support to other members of the production team.
  • Experience in delivering scheme around 20 million in value.
  • Experienced in concrete frame structures with brickwork and clad façades.
  • Competent in groundworks and civil engineers and capable of dealing with the topographical challenges associated with building on a sever gradients.
  • Previous experience of managing a large teams on site including commercial and technical disciplines.
  • Experienced in contracting and social housing developments working for Local Authority and Social Landlord clients.
  • A proven track record of quality delivery on time is paramount.
  • IT literate
  • Experience in D&B projects with bespoke designs.
  • Proficient in ASTA Power Projects
  • Supervisor / Appointed Person Crane (Qualified)
  • Experience of lifting operations

PLEASE ONLY APPLY FOR THIS POSITION IF THE HAVE A RIGHT TO WORK IN THE UK

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Senior Site Manager – Bow, London

An exciting opportunity to work on our Vic Johnson House development in Bow, London.  The project is due to start in early April;

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Ensure all health & safety/ISO procedures are followed
  • To work closely with subcontractors and maintain quality control
  • To work closely with all members of the site delivery team and proactively drive communication and problem solving.
  • To organise & control the construction of development in accordance with the specification provided.
  • To ensure construction complies with NHBC and all other statutory authorities.
  • To establish good working relationships with utility companies to ensure timely connections
  • Prepare material take offs and schedule
  • Work closely with the site appointed logistics manager to adhere to all the NWC site wide rules that are implemented
  • To assist and integrate new Hill employees and promote TEAM working
  • Handover completed scheme to client on time, to agreed quality standard and budget

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

  • Must have contracting experience and be a complete builder
  • Thrives on challenging work
  • Experience of working with residents in occupation
  • Self-motivation, drive and a passion to succeed whilst being able to balanced decisions giving guidance and support to other members of the Bespoke team
  • Experience in refurbishment
  • Previous experience of working within a large team on site and managing Assistants and Trainees
  • Recent experience of working on mixed use schemes incorporating mainly residential and affordable housing ideally on projects £10m+
  • A proven track record of quality delivery on time is paramount

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Site Manager – Athena, Cambridge

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Ensure all health & safety/ISO procedures are followed
  • To work closely with subcontractors and maintain quality control
  • To work closely with all members of the site delivery team and proactively drive communication and problem solving
  • To organise & control the construction of development in accordance with the specification provided
  • To ensure construction complies with NHBC and all other statutory authorities
  • To establish good working relationships with utility companies to ensure timely connections
  • Prepare material take offs and schedule
  • Work closely with all neighbours in the local area
  • To assist and integrate new Hill employees and promote TEAM working
  • Handover completed scheme to client on time, to agreed quality standard and budget

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

  • Self-motivation, drive and a passion to succeed whilst being able to balanced decisions giving guidance and support to other members of the production team
  • Experience in traditional & RC frame construction and cladding
  • Previous experience of working within a large team on site and managing Assistants and Trainees
  • Recent experience of working on mixed use schemes incorporating mainly residential and affordable housing ideally on projects £10m+
  • A proven track record of quality delivery on time is paramount

PLEASE ONLY APPLY FOR THIS VACANCY IF YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO WORK IN THE UK

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Supply Chain Manager – Waltham Abbey

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

This role will be responsible for the development and implementation of a Procurement and Supply Chain Management Strategy that supports the Company’s business plan and objectives. The successful applicant will need to continue to develop the relationship between the Hill Group and our subcontractor supply chain and to identify and explore strategic procurement opportunities to the mutual benefit of all.

They will also manage the Supply Chain Team and Sub Contractor database, introducing the necessary systems, procedures and policies that bring long term benefits aligned with the Business Plans and Objectives the outcome of which contribute to the increased profitability of the Company.

Key deliverables include;

  • Engage with the Hill regional business units to meet the business plan objectives and supply chain needs
  • Review Trade Categories and ensure Database is commensurate with Hill Business Plans, optimising number geographically, technically and financially
  • Assist with the management and training for the Hill supply chain database
  • Manage and regularly update the supply chain database
  • Manage the performance criteria for entry onto the Hill supply chain database
  • Act as key contact for Hill and our external data base software support team
  • Actively promote the Hill business to optimise the subcontractor database in line with the regional requirements for each business unit
  • Monitor and assist in the return of supply chain performance reviews at the end of each contract
  • Regularly review the performance marking criteria on a contract by contract basis, identifying and trends of under or exceptional performance
  • Maintain a review of performance and discuss any concerns with the subcontractor, liaising with the Regional Directors and Commercial Managers, Customer Service Manager for input and outcomes
  • Regularly provide Management Information to the Regional Directors, Commercial Managers and Head of Customer Service
  • Provide recommendations and plans of improvements to the database via a monthly report to be available for Hill Management Meetings and quarterly Board meetings
  • Report to include:
    • Additions to database
    • Expulsions from database
    • Update on any members by exception (from reports received in the period)
    • Report on exposure
    • Anticipated movements in the prices of commodities (quarterly)
    • Summary of lead in times for key trades (quarterly)
    • Report on trends in buying gains on a rolling 12 month, 6 month basis
  • Arrange and attend supply chain events in order to enhance and improve supply chain relationships
  • Hold regular meetings with the Hill supply chain in order to development relationships
  • Assisting the regional teams to trouble shoot to resolve difficulties with the supply chain
  • Ensure workload is managed effectively in awards to the supply chain through close engagement with the regional teams
  • Attracting new subcontractors to Hill with the appropriate skills, resource, required performance history, qualifications and commercial viability in order to grow the supply chain

Be able to demonstrate business and commercial acumen through;

  • Exploring strategic opportunities with the Subcontract supply chain for:
    • Batched orders on multiple projects
    • Managing current regional trade deals with key commodity suppliers to maximise buying gains whilst retaining the quality of service we require
  • Negotiating annual fixed prices per product category where required
  • Negotiating annual rebates with Trading partners
  • Managing the renewal of any agreements.
  • Identifying the Key Performance Metrics per category and review annually

Constant monitoring of our database to achieve an optimum number of Suppliers and Sub-Contractors.

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

Knowledge and Experience

  • Strategic understanding of business and the strategic importance of Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
  • Contractual & Commercial knowledge and understanding
  • CIPS Member (preferred)
  • 5 years in similar Role
  • Continuously keeping knowledge up to date on Purchasing and Supply developments
  • Health, Safety and Environmental systems and procedures
  • Previously managed and developed a direct team

Skills

  • Influencing skills
  • Information management
  • Analytical and evaluation skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Business planning skills
  • Leadership and motivation
  • Coaches and develops team
  • Manage performance: monitor, give feedback, confront issues
  • Using resources at disposal to best effect

Behaviour and Attitude

  • Builds and maintains excellent working relationships
  • Acceptance of responsibility and accountability
  • Balanced judgement
  • An exemplar for the company values
  • Remain calm under pressure
  • Demonstrates a ‘Can Do’ attitude

A positive, proactive approach determined to succeed

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Senior In-house Recruiter – Waltham Abbey

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

We are looking for a dynamic and experienced Senior HR individual, with significant hands on experience and a track record of delivering in house recruitment within the construction industry. The successful applicant will be willing to push the boundaries and be comfortable and thrive in a fast paced challenging environment. They will be commercially driven with an aptitude to deliver accurate and timely results through creative and innovative solutions. The main purpose of this newly created role is to provide a consistently high quality HR resourcing service in line with business objectives at all times, with a key focus on recruitment and retention.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Provide a high quality end to end resourcing support, tailored to the various business/regional requirements
  • Help the business source, recruit and retain the best talent in the market
  • Recruit across the organisation from entry level to senior positions
  • Support the Group Head of HR in delivering the Recruitment and Retention Strategy on a day to day basis
  • Be a Super-user for the Candidate Management Portal and give advice and guidance to hiring managers
  • Deliver useful and timely Management Information/Reporting;
  • Manpower plans
  • Staff Turnover
  • Input to quarterly board reports & KPIs
  • Maintain a wide network of external contacts in the Construction market
  • Work closely with the agencies on our Preferred Supplier List to ensure that we maintain a pipeline of talent

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

The ideal candidate is likely to be degree calibre with full CIPD qualification and/or working towards achieving this, plus full membership of the Institute of Recruitment Professionals. We are looking for a self-starter used to working in a small team, but can demonstrate a proven ability to leverage a wide variety of routes to market to attract high calibre applicants to Hill.

To be considered for this role you will be an experienced recruiter (from either an agency or in-house environment) – you will be able to work under your own initiative and have a flexible approach. Strong stakeholder engagement is a necessity for this opportunity.

An excellent communicator with the ability to work accurately and concisely. You will have strong IT skills, particularly MS Word and Excel. A working knowledge of HR recruitment systems would also be beneficial.

 

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

 

 

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Senior Contract Surveyor – London

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage and drive subcontract procurement, deliver the procurement to a programme ensuring timely placed orders. Identify risks, gains, areas of design input or potential value engineering. Establish and monitor subcontract resources. Produce sub-contractor buying analyses together with detailed back-up information identifying the package summary for approval by the Managing Surveyor / Commercial Manager / Project Manager / Regional Director, prior to order being placed.
  • Produce and issue accurate and timely CVCs ensuring preliminary and material costs/forecasts are managed. Preparation of CVC’s to be reviewed with Technical, Production and Purchasing disciplines. CVC’s prepared for review by Commercial Manager/Regional Director approval.
  • Produce comprehensive subcontract orders; manage their return and completion with accurate records taken.
  • Administer Subcontractors accounts, in accordance with the subcontracts, including valuing, re-measuring and certifying timely payments.
  • Prepare, agree and issue valuations in accordance with contract requirements. Produce Contract Sum Analyses and cash flow forecasts, ensuring a positive cash flow is maintained for the project.
  • Attend and actively partake in Design meetings, Client meetings and Internal Team meetings, and actively drive to pursue Value Engineering options.
  • Manage the client’s final account, inclusive of delivering and agreement of contract variations, communication of their outcome, implications and the preparation of forecast final accounts.
  • Responsible for cash management of projects, by minimising costs and maximising value through proactive analysis and facilitation of works packages.
  • Manage the contract finishes schedule, review and evaluation of specification costs and alternatives. Work towards closing out an accurate value engineered finishes specification delivered within the works on site.
  • Control and accurately report cost together with future financial projections.
  • Work in partnership with all departments; assist in driving communications & problem solving.
  • Manage other members of commercial staff, likely to be at Trainee/Assistant or QS level. Support and maximise their output, carry out their appraisal and performance reviews.
  • Manage, train and support a trainee surveyor during their day release university course, regularly review and aid their progress.

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

Candidates will ideally be either degree qualified or hold a similar relevant qualification, such as HNC; MCIOB. It is anticipated that candidates will have a strong commercial background, which has been predominantly gained from time spent working with a reputable contractor. They will have had experience of running the commercial aspects on large projects including experience of joint venture schemes, and involving Demolition, Civils, RC Frame, Basement works and Metsec works.

The candidates will have a proven commercial record from conception through to Final Account. They will have experience of various forms of contract, but in particular the JCT with contractors Design & Build, and be able to demonstrate an understanding & awareness of the contractual aspects of the role. Ideally they will have had some experience of managing subordinates through the course of a project. Good communication skills are essential.

It is unlikely that candidates with less than 6 years post qualification experience will be suitably experienced for this position.

Initially the role is likely to involve taking the commercial lead on 3 projects in the Barnet/Finchley area of North London, with a combined value of circa £30million.

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Assistant Contract Surveyor – Oxford

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Deliver subcontract procurement to a programme ensuring timely placed orders. Identify risks, gains, areas of design input or potential value engineering. Establish and monitor subcontract resources. Produce sub-contractor buying analyses together with detailed back-up information identifying the package summary for approval by the Senior Surveyor and then the Commercial Manager/Project Director/Regional Director, prior to order being placed.
  • Assist in the production of timely CVCs ensuring preliminary and material costs/forecasts are managed. Preparation of CVC’s to be reviewed with Technical, Production and Purchasing disciplines. CVC’s prepared for review by the Senior Surveyor and then the Commercial Manager/Project Director/Regional Director approval. Produce accurate stock takes during CVC reporting period of materials on site and their values.
  • Produce comprehensive subcontract orders, manage their return and completion with accurate records taken.
  • Administer Subcontractors accounts, in accordance with the subcontracts, including valuing, re-measuring and certifying timely payments.
  • Attend and actively partake in Design meetings, Client meetings and Internal Team meetings, and actively drive to pursue Value Engineering options.
  • Assist in the agreement of contract variations, communication of their outcome, implications and the preparation of forecast final accounts.
  • Assist in the management of the contract finishes schedule, review and evaluation of specification costs and alternatives. Work towards closing out an accurate value engineered finishes specification delivered within the works on site.
  • Control and accurately report cost together with future financial projections.
  • Work in partnership with all departments; assist in driving communications & problem solving.
  • Support the Senior QS and Contract Surveyors on site throughout all aspect of their duties.

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates will ideally be either degree qualified or hold a similar relevant qualification, such as HNC; MCIOB. Candidates within their final year of University may be considered. It is anticipated that candidates will have a strong commercial background, which has been predominantly gained from time spent working with a reputable contractor or residential developer.

Residential experience is necessary to fulfil this role, the candidate will be exposed to sales & marketing costs, specification decision making, value engineering and will need a perspective suitable to review the delivery of a value for money privately sold scheme vs the entire preliminary/build/sales/marketing costs and of its timely handover to an external customer.

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Contract Surveyor – Harrow

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Deliver subcontract procurement to a programme ensuring timely placed orders. Identify risks, gains, areas of design input or potential value engineering. Establish and monitor subcontract resources. Produce sub-contractor buying analyses together with detailed back-up information identifying the package summary for approval by the Senior Surveyor and then the Commercial Manager/Project Director/Regional Director, prior to order being placed.
  • The production of timely CVCs ensuring preliminary and material costs/forecasts are managed. Preparation of CVC’s to be reviewed with Technical, Production and Purchasing disciplines. CVC’s prepared for review by the Senior Surveyor and then the Commercial Manager/Project Director/Regional Director approval. Produce accurate stock takes during CVC reporting period of materials on site and their values.
  • Produce comprehensive subcontract orders, manage their return and completion with accurate records taken.
  • Administer Subcontractors accounts, in accordance with the subcontracts, including valuing, re-measuring and certifying timely payments.
  • Attend and actively partake in Design meetings, Client meetings and Internal Team meetings, and actively drive to pursue Value Engineering options.
  • Agreement of contract variations, communication of their outcome, implications and the preparation of forecast final accounts.
  • Maintain cash management of projects, by minimising costs and maximising value through proactive analysis and facilitation of works packages.
  • Management of the contract finishes schedule, review and evaluation of specification costs and alternatives. Work towards closing out an accurate value engineered finishes specification delivered within the works on site.
  • Experience required in the delivery of residential schemes where Hill Residential is involved. Providing cost information to support specification decision making, sales and marketing costs and customer preferences.
  • Control and accurately report cost together with future financial projections.
  • Work in partnership with all departments, assist in driving communications & problem solving.
  • Support any Senior QS and/or Assistant Surveyors on site throughout all aspect of their duties.
  • Provide support to trainee surveyors working full time within the commercial department or on rotation.

 

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

Candidates shall be either degree qualified or hold a similar relevant qualification, such as HNC and MCIOB. It is anticipated that candidates will have a strong commercial background, which has been predominantly gained from time spent working with a reputable contractor or residential developer.

Residential experience is necessary to fulfil this role, the candidate will be exposed to sales & marketing costs, specification decision making, value engineering and will need a perspective suitable to review the delivery of a value for money privately sold scheme vs the entire preliminary/build/sales/marketing costs and of its timely handover to an external customer.

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Senior Technical Co-ordinator/Technical Co-ordinator (several opportunities in London)

Several opportunities working on projects in Wembley, Tower Hamlets, Hackney,  Waltham Forest and Barnet.  The roles can be site or office-based so there is some flexibility (although will be office-based until work commences on site next year).

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Prepare and conclude project/phase specific consultant appointment documents including the scope of works/schedule of services.
  • Deliver trade design packages on time and accurately.
  • Monitor and report current position against agreed design programme.
  • Organise and control the design development of the project in accordance with the ER’s, specification and the construction programme.
  • Review and comment on the design and deal with all obstacles efficiently and appropriately.
  • Control the design development and implement policies and objectives effectively as advised by the Technical Manager.
  • Ensure that the design team are working in accordance with Hill tender control document assumptions.
  • Maximise profit by keeping all costs under control and exploring value engineering options.
  • Actively review and critique drawing information during design development.
  • Ensure smooth transition from the pre-planning design team into the detailed design development.
  • Actively take part in regular design team and site meetings to progress site delivery.

 

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

  • Degree qualified with BSc Hons in Construction Management/Architectural Technology or a similar industry-related qualification.
  • Likely to be from a contractor background, but would consider developer or private practice.
  • RC frame experience is essential.
  • Recent experience of working on mixed-used schemes incorporating both residential and affordable housing.
  • Must be a self-starter and able to really hit the ground running.
  • Recent experience of working on centralised heating systems.
  • Must be self-motivated, proactive and be able to demonstrate ability to co-ordinate and lead the design process unaided.
  • We are looking for someone who can demonstrate stability on their CV, but looking for their next exciting challenge

 

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Customer Service Operative – London

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Completion of repairs issued to the customer service department, ensuring their swift closure. Ensure that the processes and procedures are followed, keeping the customer service team informed of progress at all times. Uphold the reputation and image of the Hill Group.

Health and safety

  • Ensure RAM’s are used for all activities
  • Ensure all activities are undertaken safely
  • Ensuring works undertaken do not place the operative or others at risk
  • Ensure all plant and equipment is properly maintained, fit for purpose and tested where appropriate

Delivery

  • Ensure works are completed on first visit wherever possible
  • Liaise with ccc’s to update status of defects at the earliest opportunity
  • Follow prescribed departmental processes
  • Notify the customer care team of anticipated delivery failures as soon as possible

Quality

  • Be punctual and communicate with homeowner/resident if delays occur
  • Ensure all works are undertaken to the highest standard
  • Observe others undertaking works and ensure they are working to a high standard
  • Ensure the home owners property is protected at all times and left clean and tidy

Presentation

  • Maintaining professional and corporate image at all times, including wearing of company clothing
  • Ensure vehicles are clean, tidy and roadworthy at all times
  • Clean and tidy personal appearance at all times

Financial

  • Minimise material wastage
  • Minimise visits to wholesalers
  • Re-use tools and products where appropriate

DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Proven experience of carrying out the same role for a residential developer
  • Multi skill ability required
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Able to work with autonomy and as part of a team
  • Able to produce work to a very high standard

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Customer Service Operative – Cambridgeshire

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Completion of repairs issued to the customer service department, ensuring their swift closure. Ensure that the processes and procedures are followed, keeping the customer service team informed of progress at all times. Uphold the reputation and image of the Hill Group.

Health and safety

  • Ensure RAM’s are used for all activities
  • Ensure all activities are undertaken safely
  • Ensuring works undertaken do not place the operative or others at risk
  • Ensure all plant and equipment is properly maintained, fit for purpose and tested where appropriate

Delivery

  • Ensure works are completed on first visit wherever possible
  • Liaise with ccc’s to update status of defects at the earliest opportunity
  • Follow prescribed departmental processes
  • Notify the customer care team of anticipated delivery failures as soon as possible

Quality

  • Be punctual and communicate with homeowner/resident if delays occur
  • Ensure all works are undertaken to the highest standard
  • Observe others undertaking works and ensure they are working to a high standard
  • Ensure the home owners property is protected at all times and left clean and tidy

Presentation

  • Maintaining professional and corporate image at all times, including wearing of company clothing
  • Ensure vehicles are clean, tidy and roadworthy at all times
  • Clean and tidy personal appearance at all times

Financial

  • Minimise material wastage
  • Minimise visits to wholesalers
  • Re-use tools and products where appropriate

DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Proven experience of carrying out the same role for a residential developer
  • Multi skill ability required
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Able to work with autonomy and as part of a team
  • Able to produce work to a very high standard

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