Group Support Centre, Bardon
Group Support Centre
Hours of Work
Full Time - Monday to Friday
Barratt David Wilson
30 April 2018
'ASPIRE' Graduate Development Programme 2018- Urban Design
Salary: £24,000 per annum
Commencing in September each year, this is a two-year programme. We’re looking for the right combination of people to help take our business forward. With a minimum of a 2:2 degree, our graduates are people focused, ambitious and driven individuals who really want to develop into a leadership role.
In year one our graduate will spend time in Urban Design and Group Technical and also rotate around Land & Planning, Technical (Engineering & Design), Commercial (Quantity Surveying & Buying), Construction (Site Management), Sales and Finance. You’ll also tackle live projects, as well as learning on a day to day basis.
Year two sees each graduate specialising in their chosen area, to enable you to build practical and relevant skills, getting involved in longer term projects and gaining in depth knowledge of the specific discipline.
In addition to the rotational element of the scheme, graduates will also benefit from opportunities to undertake in voluntary activities, the option to study for professional qualifications and will undertake a series of development modules including leadership, communication, project management, presentations and performance management.
Throughout the programme, you will enjoy a tailored development plan with clear milestones, feedback and formal mentoring from our Urban Design Director. You’ll also benefit from a support network of fellow graduates.
SUMMARY OF THE ROLE
To undertake a course of study and work experience over 2 years that prepares the graduate for his/her first junior management role within our Urban Design department at Barratt Developments plc.
WHAT WILL I BE RESPONSIBLE FOR?
PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS / QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
WHAT ABOUT THE BENEFITS PACKAGE?
In addition, with the My Barratt Benefits scheme, you can sacrifice some of your salary for benefits including the following: