All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Croudace Homes employees based on 67 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.4/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.3/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.9/5
 
Company Culture:
4.1/5
 
Career Progression:
3.6/5
 
Colleagues:
4.3/5
 
Training:
3.7/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.1/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.9/5
 

Croudace Homes Group is an award winning, established house builder and is proud to create skillfully designed homes of the highest quality in the South East.

Our responsible approach to sustainability is matched by our consideration of the environment, with developments having maximum green space and mature landscaping to create verdant outdoor space for the benefit of all.

We pride ourselves on our reputation for outstanding quality backed with exceptional customer service. We achieve this through employing excellent individuals who are committed to delivering a first class product.

Every year we look for exceptional graduates and undergraduates within a range of disciplines to join our growing company. We offer a structured graduate programme with the opportunity to work on specific projects, along with a tailored training plan allowing you to experience a number of different areas within the business. Our managers are committed to developing every individual and helping them to reach their potential. We have excellent career opportunities for talented people.


Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Site Job Title: Asistant site manager

Industry: Property & House Building Department: building site Job Title: apprentice carpenter

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Carpentry Apprentice Job Title: Carpentry Apprentice

Industry: Property & House Building Department: Building Department Job Title: Assistant Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Building Job Title: Apprentice Carpenter

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Enjoyable work with skills for life. You get to meet great people. The pay is good. Very supportive company who are generous and kind.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Carpentry Job Title: Carpenter

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Different jobs everyday

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Technical Job Title: Undergraduate Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Independence in your job role, good support if needed, flexible hours.

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Land Job Title: Undergraduate Land Negotiator

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Colleagues
Modern office
Vast amount to the learn
CPD sessions

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Software Development Job Title: Assistant Software Developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Get to work on complete projects and work on every single part of the software. E.g. You will gather the requirements, draw up designs, database designs, implement and test the software. You also code both the front and back end, so if you are looking to become a full stack developer then this is the right role for you.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Technical Job Title: Architectural Technologist

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Learning off Colleagues
Resources
Relaxed atmosphere
Bespoke jobs that are challenging

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Build Job Title: Assistant Site Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Work environment
Good challenge

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: IT Job Title: Software Developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Distinct working hours - so I know when I will be at work.
Very generous annual leave allowance and time off around the Christmas break.
Working in a small team gives exposure to certain parts of the software development life cycle that in larger companies you may not be involved in.

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Technical Job Title: Undergraduate Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working environment.

Learning a lot about practical engineering and business.

Often engage in interesting projects.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Design Job Title: Part I Architectural Assistant

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Building Job Title: Assistant quantity surveyor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Regarding the job, I enjoy the people I work with, we all have good working skills and we can comfortably communicate to one another, and we are all happy to help each other if we start to fall behind or need a helping hand.

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Design Job Title: Undergraduate Architectural Assistant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The easy commute. Great management who prioritise employee wellbeing.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Technical-Engineering Job Title: Assistant Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

It is challenging and gives you a degree of autonomy.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Build Job Title: Undergraduate surveyor

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The responsibility I’ve been given

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Design Job Title: Undergraduate Architectural Assistant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working alongside various departments in the construction industry.

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Industry: Consulting Department: Marketing Job Title: Interior Design Assistant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- no day is ever the same
- travel around the country driving to the different sites
- you get to see the project from beginning to end

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Technical Job Title: Engineer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

High levels of responsibility at an early stage in my career.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Land Job Title: Undergarduate Land Negotiator

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Team Working

Socialising

Enjoyable Work

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Land Job Title: Land Negotiator

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Sales & Marketing Job Title: Undergraduate Graphic Designer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The more I show of my development, the more things I am trusted upon and allowed to explore and show my potential. It also benefits that I am in a great work environment surrounded by great colleagues and individual characters, it isn't just a quiet office with keyboard q's. My department is also willing to change things up and use some of my layouts for designs and help me with surrounding work and life issues.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: building Job Title: assistant site manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

work life balance

company invest in you

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Land Job Title: Undergraduate Land Negotiator

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Building Job Title: Assistant Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Building Job Title: Assisstant Scheduler

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Build

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Building Job Title: Graduate Assitant Site Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Successfully achieving Key stage inspections on plots.

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Sales and Marketing Job Title: Undergraduate Graphic Designer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The variety of work I get to do
The great team I work with
Get to be creative
Use all the Adobe software
Can be creative eg. branding

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Design Job Title: Undergraduate Architectural Assistant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Colleagues as well as the working environment.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Sales & Marketing Job Title: Graduate Interior Design Assistant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

My team works well together and supports each other too. The job is very varied and it teaches you to be very flexible and organised.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Building Department Job Title: Assistant Site Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Great Package
- Work & Life Balance
- Progression Prospects
- Growing Firm

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Technical Job Title: Undergraduate Technical

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Experiencing how other industry professionals make decisions and applying that to your work in a productive environment.

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Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Planning Department: Design Department Job Title: Architect Assistant

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Architecture Department: Design and Planning Job Title: Undergraduate Architectural Assistant

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Architecture Department: Interior Design Job Title: Graduate Interior Design Assistant

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Job Title: Engineer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Infrastructure & Networks Job Title: Software Developer

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

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Department: Build Department - North Thames Job Title: Assistant Quantity Surveyor

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

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Property Rotational Graduate Scheme

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

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Bid Management Department: Land Job Title: Land Negotiator

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Bid Management Department: Design Department Job Title: Trainee Architect

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Bid Management Department: Building Department Job Title: Assistant Site Manager

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Bid Management Department: Land Department Job Title: Land Negotiator

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Department: HR Job Title: HR Assistant

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Department: Land Job Title: Land Negotiator

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Recruitment Department: Caterham Job Title: HR Administrator

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Department: Developer/House Builder Job Title: Graduate Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Arts & Media, Marketing Executive Job Title: Graduate Marketing Assistant

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Construction Project Management Job Title: IT Support Technician

Industry: Property and Housebuilding, Surveyor Job Title: Quantity Surveyor

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Engineering Graduate Trainee Department: Technical Job Title: Graduate Engineer

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Bricklaying

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The change, not every day is the same so the variety of jobs that you have. You always have someone ready to answer your questions or help you when you're stuck.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Technical

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working with a vast range of professionals.
The ability to learn from those in a different part of the business.
The opportunity to gain professional qualifications while working full time.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Building

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The working environment and colleagues.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: technical

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people you work with are great, always ready to help with any questions you have regarding both work and college projects. I feel very well supported.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Carpentry

Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Carpentry

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good work environment, hands on not stuck behind a desk.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Build

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Communication with trades and growing strong relations with them. This makes day to day work far easier and makes the site run smoothly.

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Industry: Property & House Building Department: Building

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Salary - although it could be even better.
The people I work with are really friendly and always happy to help.
The company has great facilities and provides lots of benefits for their staff.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering Department: Building

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Getting on site experience for the job I intend to do.

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Industry: Construction and Civil Engineering, Carpentry


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Average start time: 08:30

Average end time: 17:00

Average number of working hours: 8.5

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Application Advice:

Aim to achieve the best you can and they will support you in doing so

Assistant Site Manager, Site at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Apply online, list all your goals in life, achievements and qualifications.

Interview Advice:

Research the company history and make it clear that you are an ambitious person.

Apprentice Carpenter, Building at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Be keen to want to do this line of work

Interview Advice:

Dress smart
Know about the company
Understand basic carpentry

Carpenter, Carpentry at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Read the job role and look at what you can bring to the table which is specific to the role you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Go through the email sent and look at what they want you to do and answer in detail.

Undergraduate Engineer, Technical at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Talk about relevant modules and previous work that relates to the role

Interview Advice:

Bring along work and ask questions about the job and the company

Undergraduate Land Negotiator, Land at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Make sure your application is well written and easy to read.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself. No one is going to grill you, they look more for the type of person you are and how you will fit into the company/team than what technical skills you have.

Assistant Software Developer, Software Development at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

I went through an agency that was employed by Croudace who gave tips and upgraded my CV for the role I originally applied for.

Interview Advice:

Have a minimum understanding of building regulations. Take in a good portfolio as this will showcase your technical and drawing abilities.

Architectural Technologist, Technical at Croudace Homes
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Interview Advice:

Ensure you understand the different areas within the company. Your understanding of the construction industry.

Assistant Site Manager, Build at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

You'll need to show that you have other interests outside of IT. Although you need quite specific skills for the job, you also need to fit in with the work environment and showing that you have other interests shows us the kind of person that you are.

Interview Advice:

The interview process has changed quite a bit since I did mine. But, from what I gather, it is now fairly laid back and they're just trying to get a better understanding of the kind of person you are. Compared to other Software Development interviews, I would say this would be considered to be less of a technical assessment.

Software Developer, IT at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Show interest in construction/engineering/house building.

Interview Advice:

Show interest in construction/engineering/house building.

Undergraduate Engineer, Technical at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Be confident, I would say make it clear of what experience you have in construction and what your aims are for the future.

Interview Advice:

Be confident but humble, ensure that the interviewer knows what you have experience in and be enthusiastic while talking about these topics. Answer all questions to the best of your ability and if there is anything you don't understand then make the interviewer aware and be truthful.

Assistant Quantity Surveyor, Building at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Have a CV that stands out but is concise and understandable.

Interview Advice:

Research some of the projects the company works on and the ethics they promote.

Undergraduate Architectural Assistant, Design at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Ensure your technical ability/capability is expressed along with all extracurricular showing how well rounded you are.

Interview Advice:

Ensure that you are able to convey your ability to learn and desire to expand your knowledge.

Assistant Engineer, Technical-Engineering at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Don’t worry about the little details like location

Interview Advice:

Stay calm and be yourself

Undergraduate surveyor, Build at Croudace Homes
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Interview Advice:

Prepare to talk about the work you've done, in a presentation format.

Undergraduate Architectural Assistant, Design at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

-Proved a sample of work
- make your CV state out (incorporate your skill in design into it)

Interview Advice:

-Bring a broad range of projects in your portfolio
-Do research into the company so you are prepared for any questions

Interior Design Assistant, Marketing at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Research housebuilding. Understand market trends, construction techniques and be commercially aware.

Interview Advice:

Come prepared with questions of your own and show a strong interest in the industry.

Engineer, Technical at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Describe the key skills of the job with reference to something you have completed or taken part in.

Interview Advice:

Positive attitude to all challenges.

Undergarduate Land Negotiator, Land at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

I would encourage them to really do what you think and feel is right for them. Look at the benefits and risks and see which one outweighs the other for them. A placement is not for everyone, but if you're motivated you can do whatever you want. Put time and effort into your application; CV, company research, portfolio etc. all of that doesn't just come to you for free, you have to show you have what it takes. It is great to take inspiration from others and apply your own look and feel to things, don't be afraid to show your own work and make it look presentable.

Interview Advice:

Take digital and physical work, as a Graphic Designer over half of your work will be used on screen rather than having an actual physical copy. Using mock up websites are also great to show what your work can look like in; real life, application, poster, tv ad etc. Another great portfolio tip I learnt was to mount my printed work onto card to show a nice balance e.g. photo editing skills onto black or white mount-board to show nice depth and contrast in my work.

Undergraduate Graphic Designer, Sales & Marketing at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

apply quickly

Interview Advice:

show them that you really want the job

Assistant Site Manager, Building at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

It would be advisable to gain experience on building sites before starting with Croudace, in doing so Graduates would have gained a feel for site life beforehand.

Interview Advice:

Candidates should be well versed on the content of their CV, know a bit about Croudace and understand the importance of Health and Safety, Quality, Production and Cost with regards to house building.

Graduate Assitant Site Manager, Building at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Research the company and what they do and what you would be creating for them. Tailor your portfolio to them and show work like books, flyers, posters etc. you've created. Talk about software skills and personal skills you have.

Interview Advice:

Keep calm, interviewing is scary but they made it relaxing for me. Research the company, they asked if I knew the history of the company. Bring a good portfolio of work, talk passionately about it and yourself and why you should be good for the role.

Undergraduate Graphic Designer, Sales and Marketing at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Always make sure when you apply, you know what role you're applying for.

Interview Advice:

Smile, try to be confident in what your speaking about. Show that you're open to learning new things.

Undergraduate Architectural Assistant, Design at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

For a design job, having a good sample of work really helps showcase what you can do creatively and then back that up with an up to date CV too.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and really showcase your skills and what you will bring to the company. Doing some research into the company beforehand will also give you a better understanding of the company values and ethics.

Graduate Interior Design Assistant, Sales & Marketing at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

1. Make Sure CV is Job Specific.
2. Make Sure Cover Letter Highlights Experience Benefitting to Role Applying For.

Interview Advice:

1. Be Honest.
2. Be Yourself.
3. Know Thoroughly About the Role You are Applying For.

Questions;
1. Tell Me About Yourself?
2. Why Are You Interested in Residential Construction?
3. What Experiences Do You Have Which Will Make You The Best Suitable Candidate For The Role?

Assistant Site Manager, Building Department at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Research the company that you are applying for, understand the culture and values to know that it is a good fit and you will feel comfortable delivering that message.

Interview Advice:

Bring examples of your work and what you could bring to the company but most importantly be yourself because you need to know if you are the right fit for the role and the company with its values.

Undergraduate Technical, Technical at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Read up exactly what you are going to be doing in the job and be honest on your CV. You don't want to get to a job and not actually know what you are doing when they expect it.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, Croudace were lovely during my interview so all nerves went and I enjoyed myself.

Architect Assistant, Design Department at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Do your research into the company before applying so you are fully prepared in Interviews and just be yourself.

Graduate Interior Design Assistant, Interior Design at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

I would advise candidates to show that they are interested in all aspects of development, not just the particular role they are applying for.

Engineer, at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Go for it and just be good at what your CV says.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and know your stuff.

Software Developer, at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Learn a bit about re-measuring groundworks. Come across as honest and friendly and someone who is prepared to help others, and you should fit in.

Interview Advice:

Mine took about an hour, the interviewers were friendly and helped make the process stress free (so far as anyone can) I'd just try to relax into the interview and not get too worked up about it if possible. Be truthful about what you have done and know all about your course. I may be wrong but I feel the personality part is a big factor as the whole office is pretty smilar.

The usual advice I guess.

Assistant Quantity Surveyor, Build Department – North Thames at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate that you are able to multi task. With 5/6 sites running at any time you have to be able to switch between them and keep up to date with sales at all sites. Linking to this is organisational skills.

Show organisational skills, and that you are personable. Working with a wide range of people means you will have to be able to communicate well.

This job requires a full driving license, so if you have one then state it.

Interview Advice:

Demonstrate you have done research into the company, maybe you have looked at some developments online or even visited one.

Tell the interviewer about a time you have managed a group of people well, whether it was in education or not, and explain how you did it.

Show you have strong interpersonal skills.

Graduate Sales Assistant, Sales & Marketing at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Croudace is a great company to work for, and they have an interest in helping you develop on a personal level.

Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Design your CV don't write it, it's a visual vocation.

Interview Advice:

Prepare well and practice the presentation before hand, bring along some of your previous drawings to, show on USB.

Graduate Designer, Technical Department at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Be willing to be flexible and enthusiastic to all tasks asked of you. There is a constant stream of work of all variations, which is expected to be carried out on time and to a good degree of accuracy. Questions amongst the department are encouraged in the learning process.

Once confidence and experience was gained, I was given my own small developments to masterplan, design and coordinate through the planning process, from pre app/outline, dealing with planners and the public to obtaining reserved matters/full detailed planning applications.

Although supervised by senior members of the Design Department, the responsibility of designing each house, complying with planning policies and liaising with planning officers and consulting with the public were all left in my hands.

Interview Advice:

Genuine interest in residential architecture, basic knowledge of construction methods, AutoCAD/Adobe/Sketchup etc. proficiency

Trainee Architect, Design Department at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

You have to be flexible and willing to travel. I would advise candidates to try and find work experience in the sector first, allowing you to fully understand the demands of the role.

Interview Advice:

Research Croudace - draw upon recent accolades the company has recieved. Stress the importance of health & safety and quality and your willingness to take on a challenge.

Assistant Site Manager, Building Department at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

To research the company, have previous work experience, make sure your CV and covering letter are grammatically correct, speak clearly and confidently and look presentable.

Interview Advice:

Questions: Why did you choose your degree? Why do you want to work for Croudace? What previous work have you done? What do you like to do in your free time? Why have you chosen this role?

Land Negotiator, Land Department at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Provide a covering letter along with your CV. This gives you an opportunity to portray your strengths, which isn't always possible to get across in a CV. A covering letter also lets you make it clear to Croudace which position within the company you are interested in.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for the interview, research the company and think about any questions you have about the company and the role in advance of the interview.

HR Assistant, HR at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

Research the company, know the product we produce and the quality we achieve. Understand the role you are applying for and what will be expected of you. Tailor your covering letter and CV to the company, no one wants to read something that has been sent to a 100 companies.

Spelling and grammar, your parents, tutors and friends are free proof readers!

Interview Advice:

Be confident and bring examples of your work.

Land Negotiator, Land at Croudace Homes
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Application Advice:

The advice I would give is to read the job description carefully and make sure that you can relate your experience/skills to what is listed and use examples where necessary. This shows that you understand the job that you are applying for.

A big must is to research the company and what it does. Not only will this help you to decide that if it is the type of company that you would like to work for but also shows enthusiasm. You should also where applicable, relate your answers to the company to show that you have taken the time to research. If you get to the interview stage, I would also prepare some questions for the interviewer.

Interview Advice:

As above.

HR Administrator, Caterham at Croudace Homes
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Best:

Site environment and experience

Worst:

Not always clear on work needed to be done

Assistant Site Manager, Site at Croudace Homes
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Best:

Enjoyable work with skills for life. You get to meet great people. The pay is good. Very supportive company who are generous and kind.

Worst:

Tasks at work change with no warning and disrupts half-finished jobs.

Apprentice Carpenter, Building at Croudace Homes
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Best:

Great oppertunities

Worst:

As an apprentice over 20 years old struggle on the apprentice wage to afford to run a car to get to and from work and buy all power tools you need

Carpenter, Carpentry at Croudace Homes
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Best:

True to their word
Great colleagues
Respected by the public and consultants

Undergraduate Land Negotiator, Land at Croudace Homes
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Best:

Offered a high salary
Very local to my house
Company cars
Good pension
Laid back working environment

Worst:

Doesn't offer the opportunity to work with new technologies.

Assistant Software Developer, Software Development at Croudace Homes
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Best:

Good Hours
care for employees
No pressure
good quality construction

Worst:

only uses traditional construction

Architectural Technologist, Technical at Croudace Homes
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Best:

Work package

Assistant Site Manager, Build at Croudace Homes
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Best:

Annual leave allowance

Worst:

Inflexible working hours

Software Developer, IT at Croudace Homes
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Best:

Working environment.

Worst:

Some projects involve monotonous work.

Undergraduate Engineer, Technical at Croudace Homes
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Best:

it is a great company to work for, it is a quality house builders and continue to aim high.

Assistant Quantity Surveyor, Building at Croudace Homes
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Best:

Good management and positive office culture.

Worst:

Often can feel like you sit at your desk all day doing the same thing every day.

Undergraduate Architectural Assistant, Design at Croudace Homes
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Best:

- Training
- Good working environment
- Organisational support
- Good pay and benefits

Assistant Engineer, Technical-Engineering at Croudace Homes
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Best:

A variety of different opportunities available along with training

Worst:

Nothing

Undergraduate surveyor, Build at Croudace Homes
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Best:

- we get it into the our interior design scheme, so you can see the final outcome
- my colleagues are all lovely
- there are lots benefits to the job

Worst:

- Sometimes communication can be very slow

Interior Design Assistant, Marketing at Croudace Homes
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Best:

Good office environment and company culture. Approachable management.

Worst:

The IT system is poor. Software is limited for technical roles. Very little formal training.

Engineer, Technical at Croudace Homes
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Best:

Diversity and people

Undergraduate Graphic Designer, Sales & Marketing at Croudace Homes
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Best:

offer a lot of training

Worst:

slow career progression

Assistant Site Manager, Building at Croudace Homes
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Best:

Good career progression with an excellent graduate scheme.

Graduate Assitant Site Manager, Building at Croudace Homes
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Best:

The people I work with are friendly and helpful
That they are charitable and hold various charity fundraising events throughout the year
Benefits - staff discounts, heath care, bonuses, childcare vouchers if you need them
Friendly environment to work in
Specific areas to relax and take breaks in which are decorated well
First name basis so feels professional but makes people feel more approachable

Worst:

Small company so not too much room for me to be promoted

Undergraduate Graphic Designer, Sales and Marketing at Croudace Homes
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Best:

Benefit package, company car, salary, working environment, collegues

Worst:

n/a

Graduate Interior Design Assistant, Sales & Marketing at Croudace Homes
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Best:

The professional and welcoming environment providing a support base for you to ask questions and gain experience.

Worst:

Its organisation of internal company training courses.

Undergraduate Technical, Technical at Croudace Homes
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Best:

Lovely and friendly people

Worst:

none

Architect Assistant, Design Department at Croudace Homes
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Best:

The work life balance

Worst:

They consider my role to be undergraduate, when in fact I have graduated university.

Undergraduate Architectural Assistant, Design and Planning at Croudace Homes
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Best:

The company looks after you very well. The pay is good along with the benefits you receive.

Worst:

Sometime communication isn't perfect, but that happens in any large company

Graduate Interior Design Assistant, Interior Design at Croudace Homes
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