Crest Nicholson's Site Management Academy aims to give trainees an understanding of build quality and high building standards. The training is structured to include on-the-job and classroom learning, mentoring and an array of workshops that are designed to provide aspiring Site Managers with professional, academic and industry skills development.
As a Crest Nicholson Site Manager, you will be responsible for the production of new homes to exacting standards as well as engaging with customers with professionalism.
If you are enthusiastic, organised and a good communicator with a passion for building new homes and developing your career, our Site Management Academy could be for you.
This award winning training programme is designed to bring up 12 new Trainee Site Managers into our business each year and create future Site Managers, Build Managers and Production Directors.
Participants will receive training and development (including qualifications*) as a ‘Trainee Site Manager’ before potentially progressing on to become an Assistant Site Manager and then Site Manager.
Ultimately, as a Crest Nicholson Site Manager, you will manage the production of homes to pre-determined programmes and budgets in accordance with company safety, quality, sustainability and presentational standards. Customer interaction will be a key part of your role and you will be responsible for ensuring that you establish and maintain an impeccable relationship with customers.
*Skills assessment will be completed at interview stage to ascertain if formal qualifications are required.
To be considered for our award winning Site Management Academy you will need:
If you’re currently working on a Crest Nicholson site as a Site Operative, Trainee, Tradesman or a former Level 3 Apprentice then you need to tell us that you wish to be considered.
You will have the ability to grow within an award winning FTSE250 company and get the right training to develop your career. This is in addition to the usual perks that come with being a full time employee at Crest Nicholson such as:
Hear from Albert Perry, one of our previous Trainee Assistant Site Managers discussing his journey and the experience he gained whilst part of the academy.
“CITB is pleased to see Crest Nicholson’s Site Management Academy programme putting in place a well-structured progression model for Site Managers and Assistant Site Managers. CITB share a commitment, with employers such as Crest Nicholson, to ensuring these safety critical roles gain the right knowledge, training, skills and experience. Crest Nicholson’s Academy uses a combination of formal and informal interventions, including a number of CITB products, to enable aspiring employees, from across the organisation, to progress into site management type roles as their careers develop within the organisation. Importantly their academy also makes allowance for new employees entering into the organisation, taking account of existing experience, qualifications and skills already gained.
The comprehensive two and four year programmes, including a blend of accredited training programmes, certifications and a variety of site and classroom based bolt on training requirements. Supplementing this is an individual mentoring approach that will also provide crucial support as individual’s progress through the programme.
The programme will also allow individuals to work towards and achieve accredited and non-accredited qualifications and training solutions across a variety of disciplines relevant to future site management type roles in the construction sector.” Tony Batchelor, Standards & Qualifications, CITB.
The CIOB is delighted to support the Crest Nicholson Site Management Academy. Head of Education Rosalind Thorpe said; “the academy programme has the potential to set the standard for site management training and education with its unique blend of structured learning, competence development through the experience portfolio along with the essential professional and technical skills development, mentoring and site rotation. This is exactly the sort of programme that is needed to develop reflective site managers who will strive for continual improvement and the CIOB fully endorse this programme”.