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.

Please contact recruitment@hill.co.uk with any queries.

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, where we contribute 5% of your salary
  • 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 using a computer 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
  • Access to Hill Incentives – our staff discount scheme
  • Enhanced Maternity and Paternity pay

Keep up-to-date with career news and company updates on our LinkedIn page. Please contact recruitment@hill.co.uk with any queries.

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Current Vacancies

Buyer – Waltham Abbey

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • To procure materials and plant on a project by project basis as required, based on information provided by the project team, to obtain the best products, service and financial benefit to the company without any detrimental effect to the project.
  • Attend and actively take part in team meetings as appropriate, ensuring actions are delivered to agreed timescales.
  • Monitor receipt of information and requisitions against agreed Material Buying Schedule reporting late receipt and effects on procurement.
  • Issue of enquiries, analysis and production of orders to meet delivery requirements of the projects, taking due consideration of suppliers’ manufacturing and delivery periods.
  • Ensure the production of orders contains all the relevant details and information to ensure the materials and plant supplied meets the agreed specification and site requirements. Utilising the most suitable procurement route for ordering materials.
  • Utilise the financial information on projects, material resources schedules and preliminary costs, in order that purchasing of materials and plant is carried out to the best financial benefit of the company taking into account product specification, service and delivery needs of the project.
  • Liaising with the Accounts team to ensure accurate and timely payments of invoices, seeking to reduce invoice volumes and queries.
  • The role will also involve input into business initiatives with the supply chain together with administering/leading category agreements, securing savings, rebates and compliance in line with project and company targets.
  • Working to understand both internal & external customer needs to meet and exceed expectations and to establish and maintain longer term customer relationships.
  • Identifying and communicating with potential suppliers; carrying out due diligence, monitoring integration and effectiveness into the business. Support business streams in the integration of strategic suppliers into the business process.
  • Ensure that clerical and administrative routines are carried out expeditiously and effectively, driving the effectiveness and continuing development of the procurement process.
  • To undertake special projects as required by the Purchasing Manager.
  • Support the management of commercial, reputation, ethical and other risks associated with the procurement process to ensure that undesirable consequences of the risks are mitigated and opportunities realised.

 

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

  • You will possess high levels of personal drive with the ability to think on your feet, committed, persistent and tenacious when faced with difficulties
  • The ability to adopt a pragmatic, yet disciplined approach to process compliance is essential
  • Higher level education (HNC/HND/Degree) preferred or qualified by experience
  • Working experience/competency using back office systems essential
  • Competency in the use of Microsoft  office – advanced Excel,  Intermediate Word and Power Point
  • Ability to research and analyse results coupled with excellent organisational skills and attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to work on own initiative
  • Time management skills

 

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Sales/Legal Progressor – Waltham Abbey

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

To be responsible for managing and driving new home plot sales from the point of reservation through to exchange of contracts in a timely and professional way, in order to achieve our target of exchanging contacts 28 days from reservation.

The role in more detail:

  • Review reservation paperwork for accuracy
  • Double check all Anti-Money Laundering paperwork
  • Sort any difficult AMl issues with either the Sales Executive or the customer themselves
  • Instruct Hill’s solicitor to issue contracts
  • Drive the key milestone and tasks to happen on the dates they are anticipates
  • Speak to the customer directly regarding any difficult issues
  • Liaise directly with:
    • Sales Executives
    • Customers
    • Hill’s solicitor
    • Customer solicitors
    • Customer brokers
    • Sales Managers
  • Set and record review dates with customers and solicitors
  • Answer any questions from solicitors in a timely manner
  • Checking contracts from Hill’s solicitor, AML and MIF
  • Monitor solicitor’s performance
  • Administer all paperwork ensuring it is filed and completed correctly
  • Be knowledgeable about each plot

Relevant Experience:

  • Legal background with full knowledge of the conveyancing process and experienced in conveyancing and plot/property progression.
  • Understanding of sales and the importance of the customer /customer journey.
  • Commercially astute.
  • Good at administration and ability to do own work independently whilst still be part of the wider team.
  • Good administration skills.
  • Authoritative.
  • Problem solver.
  • Good negotiating skills
  • Ability to get key team members, customers and key stakeholders do to things promptly
  • Ability to work under pressure.
  • IT literate.
  • Ability to travel to Waltham Abbey daily but on occasions visit onsite sales offices to train /coach sales executives if required.

 

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Architectural Designer – Ickleton, Cambridge

KEY REPSONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible for the preparation of feasibility scheme designs and detailed designs for planning applications, and ensuring that these are produced to agreed and appropriate design standards, achieve required programmes and are in line with Development Team and Sales Team requirements.
  • Utilising both internal Design Team capabilities and External Consultants on individual projects.
  • Critique design schemes prepared by External Consultants to ensure that agreed design and planning standards are met and that development potential is maximised.
  • Compile planning and design briefs for individual projects to ensure that agreed design standards are achieved, and that Sales and Development requirements are met
  • Manage Planning Applications to achieve agreed programmes and maximise both the opportunity of planning success and to maximise development potential
  • Manage and advise junior members of the Design Team
  • Liaise and negotiate with Local Authorities to maximise development potential of individual schemes
  • Provide Design Detailing support on individual projects
  • Ensure that Hill procedures are followed and ensure that all information produced is in line with Hill agreed protocols
  • Champion high quality design on all projects
  • Liaise with external Consultants, Stakeholders and Development Partners positively to maintain and enhance the Company’s reputation as a quality housebuilder

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE:

  • The candidate should come from a residential architectural background and be able to demonstrate a good knowledge of planning and design processes, and of the Building Regulations, and must have a strong interest in architecture and design
  • They should have experience of running Design Team Meetings and managing Consultants and other Design Team members through Feasibility, Scheme Design and Detailed Design stages and of coordinating and structuring Planning Applications to meet agreed timescales.  Experience of working alongside Joint Venture Partners through these processes would be beneficial
  • An ability to carry out design audits on schemes prepared by external Consultants, to offer betterments and improve design is essential
  • Knowledge of Building Information Modelling processes (BIM) and experience of using Revit is beneficial for this role
  • The candidate should be a qualified Architect, have at least 3 years post-qualification experience and be able to clearly demonstrate experience of working within the residential sector with a portfolio of work. Other qualifications will be considered subject to the candidate demonstrating relevant experience and design acumen
  • Knowledge of the following software is required:
    • WorD
    • Excel
    • Revit Architecture (preferred)
    • AutoCAD/Auto CAD LT
    • Photoshop
    • InDesign (optional)
    • 3DS Max (optional)
  • The candidate should demonstrate a time interest in and evidence of creating high quality architecture through their portfolio of work.
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Managing Surveyor – Marleigh, Cambridge

We are seeking an ambitious, experienced Managing Surveyor to provide support to the Commercial Manager. Within the role, you will assist with and actively manage part of the commercial team for the region, overseeing a multi-phase large value residential development.

You will ensure timely and accurate procurement of sub-contract orders whilst managing cash control through proactive analysis, and you will oversee the facilitation of works packages. You will also control and accurately report costs and future financial projections.

Candidates must have a good understanding and knowledge of contract and subcontract forms.

For more information about the role please speak to our recruitment team on: recruitment@hill.co.uk 

 

 

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Project Manager – Ealing, London

An exciting opportunity to work on Copley Close in Ealing, London, which is due to start in Early October.

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 schedules.
  • 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
  • Self-motivation, drive and a passion to succeed whilst being able to balanced decisions giving guidance and support to other members of the London team
  • Experience in traditional RC frame
  • 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 £20m+
  • A proven track record of quality delivery on time is paramount

 

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Senior Site Manager – Wembley, London

An exciting opportunity to work on our Southwest Lands Scheme in Wembley. Commencement for the role is early June 2019

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 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
  • Self-motivation, drive and a passion to succeed whilst being able to balanced decisions giving guidance and support to other members
  • Experience in traditional RC frame
  • Previous experience of working within a large team on site and managing Site Managers and Assistants Site Managers
  • 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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Contract Surveyor – Cambridge, Cambridge Investment Partnership

Job description

  • 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 Commercial Manager/Project Director/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/Project Director/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 cashflow forecasts, ensuring a positive cashflow 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.
  • Experience required in the delivery of residential schemes where Councils are 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

Desired Skills and Experience

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 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 scheme vs the entire preliminary/build/sales/marketing costs and of its timely handover to an external customer.

This particular role will initially be working on two small schemes that will run to a similar programme but on separate contracts, plus the possibility of getting involved in some other larger schemes as they become live later in the year or early next year.

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Senior Contract Surveyor – Cambridge, Cambridge Investment Partnership

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.

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Technical Coordinator – Aldershot

Candidates will be working on our Aldershot project, which is a 215 unit traditional build project with 4 low rise blocks. Successful candidates will be required to take the lead on all design matters for the project.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Prepare and conclude project specific consultant’s appointment documents including the scope of works/schedule of services and fee draw down.
  • Develop and agree Design Programme both internally and with consultant team
  • Monitor and regularly report current position against agreed design programme.
  • Deliver trade design packages on time and accurately.
  • Actively manage the Design Team to ensure coordination of design and cooperation between disciplines
  • Organise and control the design development of the project in accordance with the ER’s, specifications and the construction programme.
  • 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.
  • Control the design development and implement policies and objectives effectively as advised by the Technical Manager.
  • Review and comment on the design information and deal with all obstacles efficiently and appropriately.
  • 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.
  • Ensure Compliance with requirements of Planning, Building Control and Warranty Provider and any other relevant parties
  • Deal with Statutory utilities in matters of Easements, Diversions and New Connections

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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Senior Contract Surveyor – Aldershot

The successful candidate will be working on our Aldershot project in the Western Region, a 215 unit traditional build project consisting of 4 low-rise blocks 4 storeys high.

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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Project Manager – Littlemore, Oxford

We are looking for an energetic, enthusiastic and experienced Project Manager to plan, control and deliver a new scheme in Littlemore Oxford consisting of 102 RC Frame units.

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 detrition in quality and subsequently control non-recoverable costs.

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (including qualifications):

  • 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

 

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