At St. Modwen, we’re experts in creating thriving communities and we’re excited to be recruiting for colleagues who are ready to build their future with us.

Our Technical team are at the heart of our business, the guys that work behind the scenes making it all possible. They are a strong unit that need reinforcement due to the continued efforts to expand our operation.

Job purpose

Provides accurate technical and drawn information to on-site construction teams across 3 or 4 larger housing projects making sure they have the right information when they need it.

Key Accountabilities

  • Manages the flow of information including drawings, design plans and technical approvals, to the on-site team so that they have all the documentation they need for the build, when they need it.

  • Provides solutions to design issues and manages small ‘in the moment’ design changes within building regulations, throughout the build process.

  • Quality controls and inspects on-site construction to make sure it is compliant with design specifications and plans. 

  • Develops and maintains effective relationships with key Homes and regional stakeholders, building on existing networks.

  • To manage multi-disciplined external project teams and work collaboratively with internal project team members (high value / complex projects).

  • Manages Administrators, Trainees and graduates ensuring critical on-the-job learning. 

  • Works Collaboratively with members of the Homes Board, regional development teams, internal and external project team members andHomesstaff across all disciplines.

  • Provides coaching and regular feedback to inform performance delivery and development, encouraging empowerment.

  • Effectively communicates with the team to ensure engagement and enablement.

  • To manage and mentor Graduates and trainees.

  • Promotes and lives the St. Modwen values.

  • Maintain knowledge and adhere to relevant Group Policies and Procedures, Legislation and Regulations 

  • Develop and ensure safe working practices

  • Experience, Skills and Knowledge required

  • Relevant degree or similar level technical qualificatione.g.Architectural Technologist

  • Significantexperience in Technical Construction

  • Experienced negotiator

  • Excellent Planning, organising and prioritising skills

  • Strong technical and management skills

  • Full UK driving licence

  • We are committed to equality of opportunity for all employees and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

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