If you never thought you could earn this kind of money without sacrificing your personal life, then you'll be glad to know that you were wrong!
Earn £40,000 - £50,000 per annum and a huge raft of benefits.
Little to no overtime for that money, so you'll get home on time for tea every night.
You can enjoy a huge amount of flexibility without asking for it. Need to pick up the kids last minute? No problem. Been neglecting the gym recently but can't miss important stuff this week at home? No problem. Fancy every other Friday off to get the barbecue on? No problem! You can come in early and leave early or come in late and make up the hours next week. Even work your normal hours and take an extra day off.
We haven't even got to the holidays yet. How about 28 days plus bank holidays?
What else!? As if all of that isn't enough you get free (high quality... and I'm a food snob) meals during your working day. Going out onsite or working from home today? That's Okay pick up a butty to take with you.
The pension is also big and juicy. No statutory basic, 1% contribution here. Finally, you can stop panicking about your retirement, you might not even have to sell your house in order to stop working. Four out of the past five years they've also paid a generous bonus. We're talking VERY significant.
The Job & The Future
Other than all of that, and a guarantee that you won't take your work or stress home with you, why else should you take this opportunity?
You'll be part of a growing company, with an unstoppable business plan that will see them more than double their number of sites in two years. You think you won't find an opportunity to get into a management role in there somewhere? They're banking on the fact you want that to happen.
They won't look too bad on your CV. If you were ever to leave this company (let's face it, you probably won't) then you'll likely walk into another developer or contractor. Think Design Manager or Technical Manager jobs.
Safety, security and an employer with some cash in the bank or long term assets. Not words you would associate with many Architectural Practices or Consultancies. But we're talking about a highly organised developer that operates at a different level. No matter what happens to the economy next they're ready for it, in fact, their main market's won't be affected.
You'll be working in Residential & Apartment projects on medium sized sites with average construction values ranging from £5m - £20m. They use Revit to a good level, but you only need to know the basics. Perhaps you've only used it on a project or two.
Do we really need to tell you we probably won't get a job like this again for a long time? Can you afford NOT to look into this opportunity? Make sure you get in touch or apply today.