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

Legal Assistant – Waltham Abbey

Key Responsibilities:

This role will act as the Legal Assistant for Hill Residential,  responsible for the delivery of various legal aspects  of our house building division and supporting the Legal Director and Legal Manager. Responsibilities of this role include:

  • Title reviews
  • Checking reports from external solicitors
  • Settling section agreements and easements
  • Efficient management of land ownership records
  • Land transfer to management companies at the end of the development
  • Negotiate and dealing with ground rent sales
  • Assisting the Legal Manager in dealing with plot sale set ups and enquiries

Relevant Experience (including qualifications):

Knowledge and Experience

  • A qualified solicitor or legal executive
  • Property Law expertise to include:
    • Leasehold and Freehold transactions
    • Road and sewer agreements
    •  Easements/wayleaves
    • Planning agreements
  • Used to running their own files and cases.
  • Experience of plot sale conveyancing (new build properties)
  • Can develop our policies and procedures
  • Previous experience of record keeping and collation would be beneficial

Behaviour and Attitude

  • Self-motivated and proactive
  • A real team player
  • Prepared to be flexible and responsive
  • An excellent communicator/influencer – both written and verbal
  • Able to work to tight deadlines
  • Resilient – able to work in a fast paced, changing environment

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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 role in Wembley will be site-based. The other roles can be site or office-based so there is some flexibility (although will be office-based until work commences on site next year).



  • 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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