Job Review
Graduate, Land at Barratt Developments
at Barratt Developments

What are the best and worst things about your job? Best:
Good exposure to all aspects of the company, it really allows you to understand peoples roles and how you can later utilise them once you are in a full time permanent position.

Great exposure to senior management from the divisional directors right up to the CEO, everyone is willing to help on both professional and personal levels to better develop you.

Good training opportunities with regular graduate courses and meet ups to further your progression.

Good variation in the day to day as there are lots of opportunities to go out on site or meet new people and clients.
Worst:
The work can sometimes be slow coming to you as you need to ask around, as with it being rotational you are essentially starting a new role every 2 months in a new department for the first year.

Hard to get deeply involved in projects as again you rotate out before it can fully develop which can be frustrating.
What is the annual salary for this role? Starting salary: £23,000 - £25,000
Current salary: £23,000 - £25,000
What hours do you actually work, on average?
08:30 - 17:30
What advice would you give to someone applying to this role? Application Advice: Always do your research on the company, what it looks for in candidates and how can you demonstrate it. What work does the company get involved in and how could this be tested for qualities during your application.
Interview Advice: Think around what they are asking of you, link it to past opportunities you have had and how it developed you personally and professionally. Think about how you adapt to changing environments and how you changed the way you work to best fit and learn from them.
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Job Title:
Graduate
Team/Area:
Land
How long have you been at the company?:
0-6months
Salary:
£23,000 - £25,000
Average Rating:
8.4
4.2/5
Date of Review: 23rd Jan 2017
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