All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Crest Nicholson employees based on 42 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
4/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.3/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
4.2/5
 
Company Culture:
4.3/5
 
Career Progression:
4.1/5
 
Colleagues:
4.4/5
 
Training:
4.2/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.4/5
 
Overall Rating:
4.2/5
 

Crest Nicholson is firmly established as an award winning FTSE250 listed developer with a passion for not just building homes, but creating vibrant sustainable communities in the southern half of the UK. The Company’s track record and heritage, built up over 50 years, shows a demonstrable commitment to delivering innovative, design led, residential developments and large scale, mixed use, urban regeneration solutions.

Working for Crest Nicholson not only means you can enjoy a dynamic and rewarding career, but it also provides you with an opportunity to make a genuine contribution to the quality of life for future generations. Britain urgently needs thousands of new homes and healthy, prosperous communities, and by working with us, you’ll be helping to address this need.

Crest Nicholson was one of the biggest recruiters of property graduates in 2015.

Crest Nicholson’s 5 Top Tips for Graduates:

Above all be passionate about the House Building Industry & your discipline.
Be flexible and adaptable – “Roll your sleeves up attitude.”
Take ownership not to be good, but to be great in everything you do.
Ask questions and ask again, how can you improve everything that you do?
Be open to honest but also offer constructive feedback – it’s the only way you will grow as a person and a professional.
The graduate programme was launched in 2014 with 14 candidates, followed by a further 11 in 2015. All graduates from both intakes have stayed with the Group and progressed well in their roles. One so much so, that they bought their first piece of land whilst still on the graduate programme.

Graduate opportunities

Graduate Trainees with the disciplines of Land, Planning, Build, Technical, Commercial Site Management (Trainee) through our Site Management Academy as well as direct entry, Sales, Quantity Surveying, Finance, Land & Planning, Quality, Health, Safety & Environment, Sustainability and Head Office Support.


Number of Graduate Positions this year
15-18

Total number of company employees
C.950

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Contact Details 01932 580555
Recruitment@Crestnicholson.com
https://www.crestnicholson.com/

Contact: Anthony Wilkinson

Industry: Property & House Building

Industry: Property & House Building

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The responsibility is the key positive aspect of the job. From day one you feel like you are getting your teeth stuck into the role and once comfortable enough they let you run.

The workshops are also really good. All of the graduates come together, whether its in London, Chertsey, South West etc and learn something different about the company.

Also, the scheme socials are brilliant! Some of the venues that we get to visit are great.

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Development Department Job Title: Graduate Surveyor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Responsibilities.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Crest Strategic Projects - Land Job Title: Land Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Diverse range of work.
- Out of the office attending meetings a lot - it's a great way to learn.
- Senior members of staff gladly willing to share and help when asking for advice.
- Can be flexible and occasionally work agile.

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Development Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Property & House Building Department: Commercial Job Title: Graduate Trainee

What are the best and worst things about your job?

-A vibrant working environment with a family feel within the team.
-Being given responsibilities from the offset.
-Having the opportunity to go out to site regularly to see the developments.
-Continuously develop new skills.
-Regular workshops and training sessions in all areas of the business.
-Regular feedback to help drive career development.

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Development Job Title: Graduate Trainee

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The variety of the work means that every day is interesting and you're constantly learning.

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Commercial Job Title: Graduate Trainee

What are the best and worst things about your job?

As a Graduate I have gained a lot of exposure to other departments in the business which has provided me with a greater understanding of everyone's roles and how each department supports each other. I have also had the opportunity to visit a number of different sites and involve myself with a variety of projects.

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Development Job Title: Land and Planning Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Fast paced industry with a range of tasks.
- Fantastic support on offer from both the board and company in obtaining my RICS.
- Rotational graduate scheme giving you the chance to experience all the different divisions in the housebuilding process.
- Invaluable graduate workshops in different aspects of housebuilding. For example, Design, Presentation Skills, Planning Process etc.

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Build Job Title: Build Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Great staff
- Very sociable company, hosts numerous team parties/ events across the year
- Excellent graduate scheme with designated training and extremely well laid out
- Plenty of Support and guidance from all senior members of the team
- Career progression can be visibly seen

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Land & Planning Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Technical Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Group Sustainability Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Group Sustainability Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Crest Nicholson South Job Title: Technical Graduate

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Sales and Marketing Job Title: Graduate

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Department: Commerical Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Technical Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Department: Regeneration Job Title: Technical Graduate

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Commercial/Surveying Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Land and Planning Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Job Title: Graduate Trainee, Commercial

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Technical Job Title: Technical Graduate

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Technical Job Title: Technical Graduate

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Job Title: Graduate

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Department: Crest Nicholson Regeneration Job Title: Graduate

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Land and Planning Job Title: Land Graduate

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Department: Commercial Job Title: Graduate

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Marketing Job Title: Marketing Graduate

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Crest Strategic Projects Job Title: Land and Planning Graduate

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Department: Development - Land & Planning Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Crest Strategic Projects Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Development Job Title: Land and Planning graduate

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Technical Job Title: Technical Graduate

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Bid Management

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Build

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The huge range of opportunities available in training, support, work socials and on the job as well

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Customer services

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Job satisfaction

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Commercial

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The colleagues I work alongside.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Build

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Enjoyable yet hard working environment, already learnt a lot.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Technical

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Continuous support and guidance

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Commercial - Regeneration

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people and the challenges set for you.

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Average number of working hours: 9

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Application Advice:

Ensure that you are being earnest.

Interview Advice:

Do your research. Learn about how the company is currently doing in the market and about who its competitors are. Be sincere and bring along some work that would be relevant to your department e.g. sketch design drawings, reports, your dissertation...
Also understand what house builders do as a whole and what associations are involved e.g. NHBC

Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

- Highlight key areas of experience and achievements garnered through them.
- Show ambition to learn and grow within your application.

Interview Advice:

- Be honest about why you want to work in the house-building industry and more specifically why Crest over it's competitors?
- Show a willingness to learn and grow.
- Show ambition in wanting to develop and grow with the business.
- Have questions prepared for your interview about Crest and relevant industry news.
- Visit a site of Crests and be prepared to talk about it.

Land Graduate, Crest Strategic Projects – Land at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Be sure to highlight the skills you have for the role, but most importantly the traits you have that will make you stand out from the rest. Illustrating a clear passion for the career you are wanting to enter will go a long way.

Interview Advice:

The most important thing is to be yourself. Crest do not necessarily require applicants that have a specific education background to a job. Instead they choose to invest in those that have the personality and drive to achieve and be the best they possibly can.

Graduate Trainee, Commercial at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Be clear on why you want to work in the sector and for Crest. Understand the company values and what sets Crest apart from the competition.

Interview Advice:

Understand the role you're applying for. Be prepared to talk about your strengths and competency based questions. Make sure you're aware of the latest industry news.

Graduate Trainee, Development at Crest Nicholson
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Interview Advice:

Why do you want to be a Quantity Surveyor with a developer rather than a contractor?

Graduate Trainee, Commercial at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

- Know the company.
- Have an understanding of the industry.
- Have relative knowledge of recent happenings in the news that may affect the business.
- Be prepared to talk about your strengths and weaknesses.
- Have a good understanding of the work you've been doing at university and how this is relevant.

Interview Advice:

- Take pieces of university work into the interview with you, and be prepared to discuss it.
- Know the company.
- Know the roles of the job you are hoping to go in to.
- Be yourself. The interviewers are not trying to catch you out. They want to get to know you and how you would fit in within their current team.

Land and Planning Graduate, Development at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Show that you are enthusiastic about the company and try to have relevant work experience.

Interview Advice:

The interview is quite informal and straight forward. There is nothing to worry about. Having good knowledge about house building and how Crest Nicholson are different/unique will allow you to thrive.

Build Graduate, Build at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Highlight where your strengths lie.

Interview Advice:

Show your personality.

Graduate Trainee, Land Planning at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Make sure your CV stands out, including relevant information employers want to see and what will make you different from other applicants.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, aim to impress, be well informed and bring examples of work, where you have used AutoCAD or relevant work to the department you wish to enter.

Graduate Trainee, Technical at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate a clear understanding and passion for house building and your role.
Try and get some experience in a related role - a bit of a better understanding of the industry and the role rather than just what you've been taught will make a huge difference.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you undertake thorough research around the company and the industry. Know what the current trends, legislation etc. are in the industry.
Just be yourself and relax - if you're being interviewed they want to get to know you, not to trip you up!

Graduate Trainee, Group Sustainability at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate a clear understanding and passion for house building and your role.
Try and get some experience in a related role - a bit of a better understanding of the industry and the role rather than just what you've been taught will make a huge difference.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you undertake thorough research around the company and the industry. Know what the current trends, legislation etc. are in the industry.
Just be yourself and relax - if you're being interviewed they want to get to know you, not to trip you up!

Graduate Trainee, Group Sustainability at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to get as much out of it as you are willing to put in. I have found this especially true as I was new to the industry, therefore I was always going to go through a very steep learning curve. However that curve has been extremely interesting and enjoyable at the same time, pushing me to perform tasks out of my comfort zone. As long as you are willing to learn, the wealth of knowledge around you from people in various departments in invaluable.

Interview Advice:

Ensure that you are confident and honest by showing experience that you have, which would enable you to show your skills and capabilities.

Technical Graduate, Crest Nicholson South at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

You need to be a person who likes to learn new things, and isn't afraid of responsibility from day one.

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to question what you will be doing and how far you can go in this company. Crest Nicholson like people who know what they want, so be prepared to answer tricky questions that are simple but to the point, such as why are you here?

Graduate, Sales and Marketing at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and be confident in your skills.

Graduate Trainee, Commerical at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have done your homework and you know what sets Crest apart from our competitors, what our company values are and the type of project that we work on, but also what's happening in the wider housing market.

Then think about what it is that you have to offer Crest, what makes you interesting?

Interview Advice:

The interviews were reasonably informal, and mostly had competency based questions.

If you are able to do so, I'd definitely recommend doing some practice interviews with your University's careers department or if that isn't an option a family friend or anyone who is going to be able to give you good, honest feedback about how you come across in an interview.

I would have a few examples ready to go for various questions, how have you successfully lead a team, how have you managed problems that have arisen etc...

Also remember that interviews go both ways, you'll be getting interviewed by directors in the company and they have a lot of knowledge about the company and industry, so make sure that you have some good questions for them as well!

Graduate Trainee, Technical at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Be yourself! Although my degree has prepared me to a certain level, most of my role I have learnt on the job and it has been made much easier getting on with people in the department.

Show an active interest in the company and what they are currently working on. Have a clear understanding of why you want to work for Crest as opposed to another house builder. Understand what differentiates Crest from other developers of a similar size.

Interview Advice:

Know how to answer 'Why you want to work for Crest Nicholson?'

The industry is extremely sociable and collaborative, you need to show you can fit in with the ethos and atmosphere in the company.

Technical Graduate, Regeneration at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Show enthusiasm and be eager to learn as much as possible. Always have a justification for decisions you have made.

Interview Advice:

What are your strengths/weaknesses?
What do you know about the company or what we do?
What models did you cover and what did you learn at university?
What hobbies do you have in your spare time?

Graduate Trainee, Commercial/Surveying at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Read through Crest's most recent sustainability report and demonstrate an understanding of the business model, our targets, recent news reports. It's good to go and visit one of Crest's developments, or show interest in one that has caught your eye in particular. Then you can comment on what differentiates us from our competitors.

Interview Advice:

Think about some of the political and economic challenges Crest is facing-the EU referendum for example. Even if you are applying for a specific department related to your degree it's worth having an understanding of other departments within the business and/or the office you are applying to. Understanding the local market e.g. applying to the South West office it would be beneficial to look at market values, changing demographics around Bristol, Swindon and Somerset.

Graduate Trainee, Land and Planning at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

When you apply do thorough research on Crest Nicholson and the house building industry. Learn about the market we operate in and the challenges we face.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared, think about questions you might get asked and practice your response to them. When you are being interviewed relax, enjoy yourself and try and ask questions! You can learn a lot from a good question and it will show you have prepared.

Graduate Trainee, Commercial, at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Make sure you portray every skill that you have during the application process. Be confident in your own ability and come across as willing to learn new skills.

Interview Advice:

Make eye contact, show a variety of skills you can offer. Discuss the fact that you enjoy individual and team work. Show desire in becoming a manager like the person interviewing you.

Technical Graduate, Technical at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

In your application show your qualities that will assist you in your role within the company and how you will fit in. Identify how you will approach situations and how you want to challenge yourself. Also show in some way how you have the capacity to learn new information.

Interview Advice:

Be able to be willing to learn and absorb new information all the time, as there is always more to learn. Also be able to be flexible in your approach, as many different situations arise.

Technical Graduate, Technical at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Put real time and effort into each stage of your application and prepare fully for your interview.

Interview Advice:

Convey your passion, without coming across overly-keen.

At the final stages of the application process (i.e. the interview), everyone will be strong on paper - you need to think about how you can stand out.

Graduate, at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Always read about current news within the industry in relation to the specialism you are applying for – specifically recent headlines to demonstrate your engagement and active interest in the prospects and challenges the housebuilding industry faces.

Interview Advice:

I’d recommend you use this time to ask any questions you may have - particularly in relation to the business and industry, alongside any job specific queries you may have. To speak confidently and not be afraid to discuss your opinions –which in my experience, made for interesting conversation and debate.

Graduate Trainee, at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know your stuff about the company and potentially where you want to go in the future.

Graduate, Crest Nicholson Regeneration at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Ensure applicants show enthusiasm for the job and the industry and portray a knowledge of the current market and Crest activities.

Must be prepared to get stuck in and work hard and sometimes long hours from the get go.

Interview Advice:

Enthusiasm for the industry and why specifically applicants want to work for Crest over anybody else.

Research Crest activities and future goals.

Land Graduate, Land and Planning at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Research the company.
Be aware of what is going on in the housebuilding/construction industry.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself!

Graduate, Commercial at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Have an idea of which department you think you want to be in. Even if you're not sure which you want to start off in, but you will be spending 9 months there, so make sure it's something you enjoy!

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic, success isn't necessarily based on knowledge at this stage, rather more how you can apply yourself to different situations.

Marketing Graduate, Marketing at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Depending on your chosen career path, whether you are a planner, in land, a QS or in technical, there are different application procedures. My process involved giving the recruitment team a ring and discussing over the phone my background and why I was interested. I was then invited for an interview, and offered the job a week or so later.

My advice to any applicant is relax, be confident, be yourself and try to focus on what makes you stand out from the others. With my application, I stood out as I am not from a Property background academically, I am a Law graduate. This enabled me to come across different from my competition, however I am having to do a Master's part time which is time-consuming! Crest will cover the cost of this though!

Interview Advice:

I was asked the usual about background, why the housebuilding industry, what I know about it and what I can offer the team. Again, I was relaxed, confident and knowledgeable in terms of what I was applying for. I was helped by the recruitment team, who steered me in the right direction, so again any conversations you can have with people prior to the interview for useful tips, I highly recommend doing that as everyone is happy to help!

Land and Planning Graduate, Crest Strategic Projects at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

- Don’t be shy! If you are keen in finding out more about the industry, actively seek out work experience with developers, as generally there are not many advertised opportunities for internships.

- Go for it! Housebuilding is an exciting industry, a

Interview Advice:

- The interview is likely to focus on past experience (e.g. work experience/internships) in the industry, as well as any relevant courses/modules taken at university (either undergraduate or postgraduate). Any relevant dissertation would be a good topic t

Graduate Trainee, Development – Land & Planning at Crest Nicholson
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Interview Advice:

Do your research - be aware of government legislation within the industry.
Having a keen interest in the property market helps.
Be keen to learn - no one knows everything!

Graduate Trainee, Crest Strategic Projects at Crest Nicholson
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Application Advice:

Go and get some experience! Worst case scenario spend a month shadowing someone for free. Looking back at my application, I had so little knowledge of what the job would realistically involve.

Interview Advice:

-Don't be surprised if they ask you to complete an exercise. Every interview is different but they asked me to identify which location on a map would be best for development and why.
-Know your facts about the company, it's an easy way to show that you a

Land and Planning graduate, Development at Crest Nicholson
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Best:

The responsibility is the key positive aspect of the job. From day one you feel like you are getting your teeth stuck into the role and once comfortable enough they let you run.

The workshops are also really good. All of the graduates come together, whether its in London, Chertsey, South West etc and learn something different about the company.

Also, the scheme socials are brilliant! Some of the venues that we get to visit are great.

Crest Nicholson
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Best:

Generosity.

Graduate Surveyor, Development Department at Crest Nicholson
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Best:

Exposure to the board of directors.

Great training.

Good team working environment.

External training encouraged.

Worst:

Occasional long hours needed.

Long commutes occasionally.

Land Graduate, Crest Strategic Projects – Land at Crest Nicholson
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Best:

The properties developed are the best in the sector and I am proud to be part of the team.
There is a real family feel to working within the company - a real team ethic.
A huge investment is made into the personal development of all employees.

Graduate Trainee, Commercial at Crest Nicholson
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Best:

The working environment and the staff. The focus on professional development. Staff are treated well and highly valued.

Worst:

None.

Graduate Trainee, Development at Crest Nicholson
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Best:

The open and friendly atmosphere at all levels of the business and the support provided whilst gaining professional qualifications.

Graduate Trainee, Commercial at Crest Nicholson
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Best:

- Work hard play hard style
- Good pay
- Good rewards packages
- Good understanding that this is a social industry

Worst:

- Head Office location

Land and Planning Graduate, Development at Crest Nicholson
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Best:

- Great staff
- Very sociable company, hosts numerous team parties/ events across the year
- Excellent graduate scheme with designated training and extremely well laid out
- Plenty of Support and guidance from all senior members of the team
- Career progression can be visibly seen

Build Graduate, Build at Crest Nicholson
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Best:

The working environment and the employees.
The 'family' feel the company still holds despite the size of it.
The high quality product the company produces.

Worst:

Can't fault the company at all at the moment.

Graduate Trainee, Technical at Crest Nicholson
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Best:

The opportunities offered to experience all parts of the business.
The training and professional development pathways that are actively encouraged.
A really friendly and engaging workplace.

Worst:

The location of Head Office.

Graduate Trainee, Group Sustainability at Crest Nicholson
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Best:

The opportunities offered to experience all parts of the business.
The training and professional development pathways that are actively encouraged.
A really friendly and engaging workplace.

Worst:

The location of Head Office.

Graduate Trainee, Group Sustainability at Crest Nicholson
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Best:

see previous

Worst:

see previous

Technical Graduate, Crest Nicholson South at Crest Nicholson
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Best:

There is a lot of flexibility in roles/offices/responsibilities.

Worst:

IT/Service desk

Graduate, Sales and Marketing at Crest Nicholson
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