Looking for your first step in an operations role in the premium end of the construction industry?
We are looking for an operations assistant to join a small, but high-end property developer who create amazing turnkey residential homes, worth millions of pounds. You will perform a wide range of duties as part of your role, so this will suit someone who is very enthusiastic about getting into the high-end property industry and is willing to work very hard!
You are going to have the opportunity to learn from top architects, award-winning designers, and seasoned project managers on high-end multi-million-pound projects.
It’s going to be an extremely busy role that will see you assist key stakeholders in the process. This is going to range from financial responsibilities; reconciling invoices, procurement and issuing invoices to operational responsibilities; taking notes in meetings, arranging diaries and generally assisting the wider team.
You will need a driving license for this position as you will be based in the office with occasional travel to the sites around the Cotswolds – so living locally to the OX7 region will make life easier.
Salary wise you will be looking at between £22,000 and £25,000 with an opportunity to earn bonus. You will be joining a small company who value and reward effort, so you will be looked after very well as well as have your development invested in through training.
If you are interested or want to know more (including seeing the full client job brief), send me a message, DM, call me – whatever is easiest. Having an up-to-date CV to hand is ideal, but if you haven’t got one immediately, we can still chat through the position, and you can learn more.
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