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Responsibility:
3.2/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.7/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.5/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.8/5
 
Company Culture:
3.8/5
 
Career Progression:
3.9/5
 
Colleagues:
3.9/5
 
Training:
3.7/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.7/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.7/5
 

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Application Advice:

A distinct feature of this programme is the requirement to move office every six months. Although TW helps you with each move, it would be unwise to apply if you aren't comfortable with this. Don't worry if your degree is unrelated to construction/house building as long as you possess a sensible outlook and a willingness to learn. TW is looking for the right type of person regardless of technical know-how.

Interview Advice:

Taylor Wimpey has a great set of core values and tries to recognise the best in everyone. At an interview be prepared, be honest and be confident of yourself but be aware that you don't necessarily need to be the loudest person in the room to get noticed. With house building constantly featuring in the press (both good and bad), it would be a good idea to make sure you have an up to date knowledge of current industry news which you could link to TW. An idea of the business model could also be helpful.

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. Be confident and be honest.

Interview Advice:

Who have your worked for?
What experience do you have?
Where do you see yourself in TW?

Graduate Management Trainee, Leicester at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Research - the industry, the current trends in the market, the share price, the website has a lot of content, use it and know it really well.
Own experiences - use your experiences from work, university, clubs, volunteering, personal experiences.

Interview Advice:

Be Yourself - Taylor Wimpey look for a well rounded person, with passion, drive and enthusiasm. You do not need to be an expert in the industry, the graduate scheme teaches you everything you need to know.
Always be over prepared.

Graduate Management Trainee, Rotational Business at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Be honest and yourself during the application process as this is really important to them.

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Make sure that your application is company and industry specific by thoroughly researching both.

Interview Advice:

As part of the application process there was a telephone interview, Assessment Centre and following this a final interview and presentation with senior members of staff. There weren't any trick questions asked, and were all quite enjoyable experiences. Be yourself, show that you are driven and have a keen interest in the housebuilding industry.

Read the Annual Report and Accounts to gain an understanding of what Taylor Wimpey is currently focusing on (have a look at the Strategy and Business Model) and where potential pressure points may lie. Customer Service is a big focus for the Company going forward - so have a think about your own personal experiences of customer service with other companies (both positive and negative experiences).

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Research company values and history.
Look at prestigious projects TW has undertaken.
Know the land process.

Graduate, Land at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Do some background research into the house building industry; there is a lot affecting the industry in currently politics and with such a high demand for housing it is a 'hot topic'

Be honest. If you are a good candidate they will accommodate your needs; there may even be a different position besides the graduate scheme if you don't fit the criteria for that.

You need to have passion to be the best you can be; you have to have to be driven and ambitious- It's OK if you don't know exactly what you want to do within the industry but you should have the passion to find out.

Interview Advice:

Know the share price!
Know how many homes we build a year.
Visit one of our sales centres in a location by you.
Be able to name some of our competitors.

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Firstly be confident and show enthusiasm for the industry. It is also important to have a competent understanding of the industry and be aware of Taylor Wimpey's vision, strategy and targets.

Interview Advice:

The interview is a 3 step process: telephone interview, assessment centre and final interview. All stages are focused on competency based questions in which the interviewer is looking for you to demonstrate how in the past you have demonstrated a particular skill or quality. My advice is to try and identify competency situations which are that recent.

Graduate Management Trainee, All departments at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Come with an open mind, allow yourself to really immerse within the industry, company and colleagues.

Be yourself, good personal character traits will always work in your favour and make you memorable.

Interview Advice:

Don't try to be anything you are not, use your past experiences, witt and your intelligence to answer any questions/participate in any workshops and role plays.

Do your research and DONT FORGET TO SMILE. (It goes a long way.)

Management Trainee, Land at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

It is important to get an understanding on the housing industry and also do some research on the company. looking through the annual report and website can be a good starting point to expand your knowledge about the company.

Be yourself and it is important to be honest. Many people in the graduate scheme have studied different disciplines and therefore it is important to understand, although it is a construction company,TW don't expect graduates to be construction geniuses. The graduate scheme helps assist you on areas of development and consolidating your strengths; be enthusiastic, ambitious and explain what you can bring to the company.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and express your personality. You'll be working with a range of people at TW so good communition skills and the ability to get along with different workers is important.

Prepare your competency questions. Think of situations you have demonstrated the competencies TW look for and be concise when you address this; situation, task, action and result.

Most importantly do your research about the company and the construction industry.

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

- Do your company research!
- Sell yourself; demonstrate your drive, ambition and self-development goals.

Interview Advice:

a) Application form.
b) Telephone interview.
c) Assessment centre.
d) Final interview/presentation to senior members of Taylor Wimpey based on one of three set questions.

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Make sure your personality comes across in the application, it is as much about your personality as everything else. When you are on the programme you have the opportunity to learn and develop skills to help the business and your own career development.

As with any interview/assessment centre, make sure you prepare fully, researching the company's history and aims/objectives.

Overall, just be yourself, everyone is genuinely very friendly and approachable.

Interview Advice:

What is the share price today?
What current political issues are affecting the business?
What was the last mistake you made?

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Interview Advice:

Thoroughly research the company, know the industry and know the competitors. Be prepared for questions on the industry and have an opinion on how the housing industry is being addressed within the current political climate.

Graduate Management Trainee, Graduate Scheme at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

The usual - know the company, it's competitors, market conditions, and be prepared to ask some intelligent questions through the interview process. Taylor Wimpey value graduates who are ambitious and willing to challenge convention, so you also need to be confident and eager to bring fresh ideas into the business.

Interview Advice:

The application process is fairly standard - initial application, telephone interview, assessment centre. I was also asked to deliver a presentation to two senior business leaders which is a real opportunity to show off your market knowledge and leadership qualities.

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Set aside the time to complete it to the best of your ability.

Interview Advice:

Who you are is more important to them than your qualifications.
Be yourself.
Embrace your weaknesses.
Prepare well, be sure to research the company and the housing industry

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Make conversation with assessors/ interviewers - show that you are an engaging person.

The biggest ask of this programme is to move every 6 months to places where you might have no connections. If you know this doesn't suit your personality, the best advice is don't apply.

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Be yourself

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Application Advice:

The main piece of advice I would give to candidates is to show something different - don't be 'standard'.

It is also important to be proactive in the recruitment process at all stages (especially in preparation for interviews).

Interview Advice:

Be aware of the share price!!

Graduate Management Trainee, Housebuilding at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Be ambitious and be prepared to travel

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Be open minded, yet have long term defined goals

Interview Advice:

Do your research; understand the core aspects of the business and the industry it operates within.

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

You should do a lot of research on the company before you go to your first interview. By doing this it shows that you are interested in the company, prepared, hardworking and organised. It will also help you make the decision as to whether or not the company and the role is right for you.

You need to have an ability to quickly build rapport with others. Even with people who perhaps you wouldn’t normally associate yourself with outside of work. To do this show an interest in others roles, be respectful at all times, be yourself and stay grounded. Be kind, kindness will take you a long way. If you are able to be all of this, then people are more willing to help you, which ultimately will benefit your career and experiences at Taylor Wimpey.

I believe the next two bits of advice are the most important:

1 - Make the industry a lifestyle decision; make housebuilding a genuine hobby of yours. It shouldn't be simply a 9 - 5. The more effort you put in the more you get back from Taylor Wimpey, and the better you become. Read estate gazette, explore right move and zoopla, go to planning committees, network with external consultants and with your colleagues.

2 - Do not be competitive with fellow graduates. No two people are the same. A lot of people who join the scheme will have come from very different backgrounds and will therefore already be at different stages in the industry. You should only worry about how you are doing on the scheme and only be competitive with yourself. Remember some people react negatively to that competitive spirit, which might prevent them from demonstrating their ability.
Everyone who joins the scheme is aiming to become managers and directors one day, but it will take everyone different lengths of time. The best thing to do is to be in a role which is suitable for your existing ability, and therefore do not worry yourself about the speed of progression in comparison to your colleagues.

Interview Advice:

Prepare; Read Taylor Wimpey website, visit a Taylor Wimpey development and read Estate Gazette.
Try predicting what questions you might be asked and prepare answers to these. The likelihood is that some of your predictions will be questions they will ask.

Demonstrate your ability during interview. If you think you have something worth mentioning then say it. If you don’t know the answer to one of the questions don’t be afraid to say so.

Be confident.
Be yourself.
Enjoy it! The more relaxed you are hopefully the more relaxed the interviewer will be.

Graduate Trainee, Graduate Scheme at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

With the application and CV/covering letter I would say the most important thing is to make sure it is checked and checked again, mistakes on these really demonstrate carelessness and a lack of attention to detail.

Interview Advice:

The interviews were both very different, the first one was more focused on competency based questions while the second was a lot less structured and included a 5 min presentation.

With the competency based questions a lot of different skills and attributes were mentioned and examples of when you demonstrated that skill were needed. I would advise preparing a large list of examples which can be used to demonstrate a few different skills, that way as you get a question you can pick the most appropriate situation. Also when thinking of options don’t stick to work or university related examples, things at home or within your social life can just as easily demonstrate good time management and will also reflect more about yourself as a person.
Questions such as ‘what is the biggest risk you have taken?’ and ‘what are your best and worst qualities?’ were also thrown into the interview.

Other advice would be to definitely do your research and show that you have taken the time to understand the market and how the company operates. Things like mission statements and core values of the company are really useful to know.

Graduate, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Ensure you describe any relevant experience and explain how this makes you a suitable candidate for the role. Explain your reasons for applying to the position and what it is about Taylor Wimpey in particular that appeals to you.

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic, genuine and be yourself. Be clued up on as much info as possible about the company plus it's biggest competitors. Know the process from buying land to gaining planning to building/selling houses and the customer journey. Have examples ready to answer competency questions. Visit a site beforehand and talk to the sales team. Speak to current employees on the telephone. Anything to put yourself ahead of other candidates.

Graduate Management Trainee, All at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

- Be keen to progress through the business
- Make sure you are ambitious
- Be willing to relocate every six months during the two year programme

Interview Advice:

- Show that you are ambitious and would like to become a director within a five year timescale of completing the graduate scheme
- Think about why you want to work in the housebuilding sector
- Know the current constraints in the market
- Visit some cu

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Be open minded and incredibly willing to learn. Be confident and pro-active. You need to prove to a region that you will be an asset to them by the end of the graduate scheme, be willing to take on any role you are given and give it your all.

Interview Advice:

Again, be confident, not arrogant. Prove that you have done your research. Definitely visit several Taylor Wimpey developments before attending.

Asst Sales Manager, South Thames at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

The company are not only looking for someone who has the best grades they are looking for those with wide and varied leadership skills. If you can justify why you didn't make the grades but you can show you have fantastic leadership skills don't rule out an application.

Graduate Management Trainee, Production at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Try as much as you can to research the industry and tailor your application to TW specifically - their results, their strategies etc. Use as many relevant examples as you can - whether they're degree-related, or outside etc.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and be confident. TW are looking for people not machines so relax and make sure you're well-informed and you're personality shines through.

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Application Advice:

If I could give you one piece of advice, it would be to be yourself.

Secondly, make sure you apply because it is in my opinion the best graduate scheme in this industry and you won’t realise how good it is until you start it.

On top of this, it is important to be comfortable with the fact you are nationally flexible. You could be working in Exeter on a Friday and start your next rotation in Scotland on the Monday. The job requires a lot of travel so ensuring you have a reliable car is also essential.

During the application process, it is beneficial to demonstrate your personality. Make sure this can be seen in your application.

Interview Advice:

It's easy to say but try and stay relaxed. I found the interview really good, the questions were hard but they got the best out of me. Where I struggled to answer, the question was asked in a different way to ensure they got a full understanding of me.

It is also important to be yourself and show your personality. Check the share price before you go into your interview. I was asked this question in mine.

Another good question was - what was the last mistake you made? I had never been asked this question in previous interviews and was not expecting it.

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

You need to be adaptable for the graduate scheme as you will be required to relocate. If you have any relevant experience of the industry be sure to highlight it!

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic and show you are a team player. The business unit relies on each department supporting each other.

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Great company and industry to work in that appeals to many professions and personalities.

Assistant Project Manager, Central london at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Focus on your personality positives, teamworking etc. rather than specific vocational skills.

Interview Advice:

Same as any interview, do some research, have some answers and some questions.

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Research the company before you apply. Know the key financial details and research the UK property market. Form opinions on key legislation and trends and don't be afraid to talk about them during your interview.

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know the company's values, as this is what we base all our work on everyday. Research using our website.

Interview Advice:

Know our share price!
Research into our competitors
Be eager to learn
You don't need to know the in's and out's of the market, but have a broad understanding of where it is at.

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Make sure you understand the homebuilding industry, just be yourself in the interview and show that you're an ambitious individual.

Interview Advice:

Be personable, enthusiastic, knowledgeable but mostly just relax.
The interview process is mainly about making sure you are keen on joining the homebuilding industry, want to succeed as far as possible in your career and that you have the key competencies Taylor Wimpey are looking for.

HR Advisor, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

The graduate scheme is a highly regarded role within the business and you are treated and looked after really well, on the proviso that you work hard and are ready and willing to progress and feed your knowledge back for the benefit of the company. The more willing you are to be geographically mobile, the better your knowledge and understanding will become and furthermore the wider scope there will be for progression.

Interview Advice:

Ensure that you have a firm understanding of the company history, from right at its origin to todays share price. Perhaps visiting one or two local Taylor Wimpey sites will be a good benefit before attending the interview to gain specific professional knowledge.

Graduate Managemant Trainee, Graduate Rotation at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Be aware of having to demonstrate geographical flexibility during the graduate scheme. Remain open minded and adaptable to new opportunities.

Interview Advice:

Have a good understanding of the house building industry and where Taylor Wimpey fits within it. You should also know about the history of the business and its current strategy.

Graduate Management Trainee, Bristol at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Be open and honest and try and convey your personality within the applicaiton and your CV. The candidates, from my experience, taken on by Taylor Wimpey are not simply accademics with an A* track record but are a mixture of more rounded individuals which show intelect as well as charisma and competence for management.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, as described above there is no harm in being honest and be fully versed on your experience and how your knowledge and skills can be applied to the industry. Do your homework - research competitors, visit sites, understand TW ethos.

Graduate Project Manager, Oxfordshire at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

I would recommend that anybody who is interested in housing and property development apply. Maintain the interest in the industry and illustrate their passion for the industry.

Graduate, at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Be confident and don't be afraid to ask questions.

Interview Advice:

Information about the company, competitors, market.

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Application Advice:

-One formal written application
-two interviews, one with HR manager, further one if successful with HR Director
-presentation required at the final interview

Interview Advice:

The presentation really sets a precedence for the type of person you are. This highly influences the questions. Hence you are in control of your own interview so to speak.

Graduate Management Trainee, Rotational, currently Land & Planning at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to move around, be organised and willing to learn

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and don't be afraid to ask questions - smart and professional

Graduate Management Trainee, High Wycombe at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Be yourself!

Interview Advice:

Think about the question before you answer and have confidence in what you say. I remember being asked the same question twice, to see if I changed what I said the first time round. They weren't questioning my answer, more seeing how I reacted to my answer being questioned.

Graduate Management Trainee, Technical placement at Taylor Wimpey
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Application Advice:

Best company in the sector to work for

Interview Advice:

Show personality before knowledge

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Best:

TW is invested in their graduate scheme so I feel valued in each department.
The people I work with are genuinely happy to help where they can.
Strong ethics.

Worst:

Tends to be risk averse and prefers to play it safe.

Graduate Management Trainee, at Taylor Wimpey
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