If you’re passionate about property and are looking to kick start your career in a diverse, innovative and rewarding business, then Countryside’s Graduate Scheme is the path for you.
Our Graduate Scheme first began in 1980, with our very own CEO of Partnerships South, Graham Cherry, being the very first graduate to enter the programme! We believe that the achievements of the many employees who have started their career with us through the graduate scheme is a real testament to the rewarding and comprehensive programme we offer.
We aim to provide our applicants with as much industry experience as possible over the two-year scheme. Everyone will have the opportunity to see the whole housebuilding process from start to finish, by completing a total of six rotations through each of our different divisions. At the end of the programme, our graduates can choose a role that best suits them.
The Generalist Programme is designed for those trainees who would like to experience many different aspects of our business before deciding on a career path. The scheme comprises a series of rotational placements, spending between 4 and 12 weeks in various departments of the business, across a 2 year period. This scheme is also suitable for Graduates that may not have a relevant degree but are passionate about a career in Construction. Our Generalist Graduates are able to be based from either of our Brentwood Offices, our new office in Cheshunt, Sevenoaks, or Acton, West London.
As a Generalist Graduate Trainee, your job responsibilities will include the following:
Desirable criteria for a Generalist Graduate Trainee:
Head to our Graduates & Apprentices page to download your application form..... your completed application form, along with your CV and Covering Letter should be sent to either of the below:
By email: email@example.com
By post: C/O Victoria Deal, Countryside House, The Drive, Brentwood, CM13 3AT
Countryside Properties PLC is an equal opportunities employer. We value diversity and promote equality across our business. The terminology used in this advert is not intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We welcome applications from all sections of society and are always happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and / or additional arrangements as required to support your application.