Shanly Homes is a privately-owned, award-winning regional house builder that aims to develop stunning homes in desirable locations across London and the South East.
Since we built our first home in 1969, we've gone from strength to strength, with a team now comprising of 200 hand-picked professionals, who are as committed to developing homes of exquisite quality and design, as we are.
We know our employees are key to our success, which is why we ask every single member of our staff to share in our ethos; we don't live for the future, we help shape it.
What you'll be doing
Responsible for managing the costs of multiple residential property developments, you will possess a real appreciation and passion for all aspects of surveying, from the procurement through to completion of final accounts.
You will have previous residential experience, strong numeracy and accuracy levels, and possess the ability to work as part of a team and to tight deadlines, with the desire to succeed within this well established and reputable property development company.
Skill and experience
- Previous residential experience advantageous
- Working within a team
- Strong numerical skills
- Good communication skills both verbal and written
- Good IT skills - Excel & Word
- Attention to detail
- Works well under pressure
- Good organisational skills
What we can offer you
We expect the best from our employees, and in return we take care of them with a competitive employment package including:
- Free life assurance
- Annual and long term bonus schemes
- Additional annual leave with length of service
- Pension scheme
- Childcare vouchers
By becoming part of our team, you'll be given the opportunity to work in a unique environment that combines the friendliness of a privately-owned business with all the benefits of a financially-strong company that has stood the test of time.
If this gets you excited and you feel that you might be the person we're looking for, we'd love to hear from you. Please submit your CV, or email this application to a friend.