Closing soon
Closing soon

Miller Homes is a respected national homebuilder with an established reputation for building outstanding quality family homes and providing excellent customer service. We believe in building homes safely, in a way which is considerate to the environment and delighting our customers with a product and experience which recognises that buying a new home is a significant lifetime purchase. That is The Miller Difference.

The role

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our highly anticipated Early Talent Scheme, designed to provide exciting opportunities for aspiring professionals to ignite their careers and make a meaningful impact within our organisation.

Our Early Talent Scheme is a comprehensive program that offers hands-on learning, mentorship, and tailored development opportunities across various departments. it is aimed at individuals who are eager to kickstart their careers and are passionate about continuous growth and learning.

As a Technical Trainee you will shadow and support the Technical Manager, you will, with support from the architectural team provide architectural design services and solutions on individual projects, present proposals and provide working drawings using CAD.

You will also work towards a nationally recognised degree-level qualification in Design and Construction Management.

Key responsibilities

  • Providing support in the form of CAD drawings and details to production teams for use on site.
  • Provide appropriate drawings and details with support from the architectural team for use by the sales team for brochure production and on site usage.
  • To assist site managers by addressing and where appropriate, answering development queries (or by seeking support from the architectural team).
  • Providing appropriate drawings and details, with support from the architectural team, to the commercial team to assist the procurement process.
  • Provide supporting information to secure the discharge of planning conditions and track progress of applications in support of the architectural team.
  • Monitor and routinely update the wider team in terms of National House Building Council (NHBC) condition status in relation to CMLs.

Key capabilities required

Below you will find a range of skills and capabilities that will be required in the role, some of these you will already possess and some we will help you to develop in your programme.

  • Ability to plan, organise and monitor.
  • A basic understanding of the construction process and the provision of house type working drawings that meet the requirements of the Building Regulations/NHBC standards.
  • Excellent communication skills, IT, written and oral
  • Building and maintaining good working relationships
  • Positive can-do attitude to succeed and progress within the business
  • Drive and ambition
  • Resilient

Key features of the scheme

  • Hands-On Experience: individuals will have the chance to work on real projects and initiatives, gaining practical skills and insights into their chosen field.
  • Mentorship: Each individual will be supported by experienced employees who will provide guidance, support, and personalized development plans throughout the program.
  • Support: Individuals will be part of a dynamic community of fellow trainees and professionals, enabling them to build valuable connections and expand their professional network.

Who can apply?

Our Early Talent Scheme is open to individuals who are passionate, driven, and eager to learn. Whether they are a school leaver or looking for their first role in our industry, if they have a thirst for knowledge and a desire to grow, we want to hear from them!

How to apply

Please submit your Curriculum Vitae and covering letter ideally including details of your current salary and notice period.

This job advert will close as soon as sufficient applications have been received, and therefore you should apply for this job as soon as possible.

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