Detailed Job Description
When starting your apprenticeship at Barratts you’ll be hands-on from day one. Quantity Surveyors work on-site and in the office and so that’s what you’ll do straight away. You’ll learn how to manage sub-contractors, work out what materials are needed and how to make sure both are used as effectively as possible. You’ll see projects through from start to finish, taking ownership over budgets and using your learning for the next site you work on.
Throughout the year, in four one-week blocks, you’ll build on what you’ve learned in practice with specific university teaching. This is designed to help you do your job to an even higher standard and we’ll pay for your travel, food and accommodation so you can focus on getting the most out of it. At the end of the programme you’ll get an industry-recognised BSc (Hons) Degree in Professional Practice Residential Development and Quantity Surveying.
You will enjoy benefits such as;
Full-time Trainee Quantity Surveyor position with opportunity to progress into leadership roles, Competitive salary, Hands-on, industry-recognised experience, Support in achieving a BSc (Hons) Degree in Professional Practice Residential Development and Quantity Surveying, Paid tuition and expenses for four annual one-week teaching blocks at Sheffield Hallam University, Work towards a professional membership, One-to-one academic and business mentoring, 25 paid annual days leave and bank holidays, Flexible benefits.