We’re offering opportunities to ambitious, commercially and socially aware graduates to build a career with us.
We’re offering opportunities to ambitious, commercially and socially aware graduates to build a career with us. Our two-year fast track programme will give you the chance to work with all the teams right across our housing services department, dealing with our properties and our customers through a series of six month rotations. If you succeed, this opportunity will be your first step up our career ladder and you'll be working towards a sponsored professional qualification.
The programme is made up of four placements, each lasting for six months. You will learn a range of skills in one team before moving on to the next six month placement where you will learn a different aspect of the business in a new team. This is a permanent job, so after the four placements, let us know which teams you enjoyed working in the most and we will try to accommodate this when you are placed with your permanent position.
The programme is designed to build on your experience as you move from one placement to the next. It means that you’ll have a clear, structured approach to development and you'll be actively learning from others to keep developing your skills.
You’ll have direct access to senior leaders too, who you’ll be discussing your placements with and presenting your ideas.
We'll also offer you a detailed induction, which will help you to be really effective in your role. During the period of the Fast track programme we will also provide training through workshops, shadowing, bite-sized learning sessions, networking and core training modules. You will have the opportunity to meet with other colleagues on the Housing Services fast track programme and share experiences and learning.
If you're interested in the scheme but want to know what to expect, keep an eye on our website and social media! We'll be publishing blogs and quotes from our existing graduates Anthony, Matthew and Stoffer, who joined the scheme in September 2015.