Barratt and David Wilson Homes Exeter is celebrating a surge of interest in jobs at the firm following a period of strong growth and expansion for the UK’s leading housebuilder which is building new communities throughout Cornwall, Devon and Somerset.
The 5-star housebuilder recently held a successful and well-attended recruitment event at The Devon Hotel in Exeter, with roles advertised to suit every interest, including land and planning, technical, commercial, construction, sales, customer care and finance. With more developments coming forward all the time and continued growth of the well-known brand in the south west, the housebuilders are looking forward to many more people joining the team.
Newly appointed Managing Director for the Exeter division, Andrew Spicer, said: “Since joining on 1 March this year, I’ve been continually impressed by the colleagues at Barratt and David Wilson Homes through their strong work ethic and determination to deliver excellent customer service. The construction industry is flourishing and this is a very exciting time for anyone with an interest in housebuilding and design, or a passion for delivering outstanding results for customers, to join an inclusive and rewarding work environment.”
Barratt and David Wilson Homes Exeter Sales Director, Nicki Reid, said: “With business booming we are on the lookout for hard-working and enthusiastic people to join us as we build much-needed new homes throughout the south west. I’m delighted at the number of people who came along to our recruitment event and the quality of the applicants. I’m very much looking forward to welcoming our new colleagues as we continue to expand in the region.”
The housebuilders are creating new communities throughout the south west. This includes Victoria Heights in Alphington just a few miles from Exeter, Elworthy Place near Taunton and Treledan near Saltash, a stone’s throw from the beautiful Tamar Valley.
Barratt and David Wilson Homes is still recruiting for a range of roles. To see a list of current vacancies, click here.
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