Are you an Undergraduate with a real passion for the construction industry and the drive to succeed?
At Redrow we offer Undergraduates the opportunity to develop alongside the most prominent individuals in our industry.
For those looking to take part in a placement year whilst at University, Redrow offer you the opportunity to join one of our departments and become a vital member of our team. Choose from Land and Planning, Commercial, Technical, Construction, Customer Service and Sales.
During our 12 month programme you will gain exposure to our departments and be given real responsibility to demonstrate and build upon your existing skillset. This opportunity will allow you to learn while you work and our friendly working environment will support your development. You will also benefit from in-house training courses at our purpose-built training centre in Tamworth to develop key transferrable skills as well as role specific abilities.
Why take part in one of our Undergraduate Opportunities?
Our Undergraduate opportunities give you the chance to earn while you learn.
You will gain valuable work experience at one of the most acclaimed housebuilders and learn from our experienced workforce. If that is not enough, you will also be given opportunities to network with other prominent individuals in our industry and improve upon your existing skillset with the support of our departments and Learning and Development team.
Our 2017 vacancies have now closed. To register an interest for any future vacancies, click here.
The management team understand your requirements and help you develop your skills on site by supporting you with any queries you may have.
This placement opportunity has helped me to improve my skills as I have been able to put what I have learnt at University into practice.
Life in Land & Planning is a lot more varied than people think. There’s a nice balance between the technical and people dimensions in this role.
I particularly enjoy going to site and attending meetings, where I can learn about different complications as well as ways of resolving them.