Welcome to the Barratt Developments Hub

As a FTSE 100 company, our business is very wide-reaching. It can offer the chance to be involved in everything from finding the right land through to adding those finishing touches that will turn our houses into homes. Along the way, you'll be able to connect with a wide range of people - experts who can help you build your network...

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Typically recruits

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical
  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths

To find out more about our organisation please visit:
barrattfuturetalent.co.uk

Hundreds of students have Followed us on Gradcracker.
Every year the construction industry offers career opportunities to enough people to fill a football stadium!
We care about the environment, in 2015 alone we retained or planted over 555,000 trees and shrubs on our developments.
The construction industry is set to grow by 2.9% for the next five years, creating 224,000 new jobs in the UK.
Construction contributes three times as much to the UK economy as the retail industry.
Every house built by Barratt Developments contains around 10,000 components.
We have approximately 400 different house types across Barratt Developments.
Barratt approved developments of more than 189 million ft 2 – the same as 2,342 football pitches in 2015.
The private housing sector is the largest in the industry, representing 29% of all construction output in the UK!
Approximately 420 million tonnes of material is used by the construction industry each year in the UK.
We sell an average of 300 homes every week – that’s over 40 a day, and 6 every working hour.
Almost 200,000 women work in construction – it’s not just a job for men.
Only 6.8% of the UK has been built on, as of 2014.

Work Placements & Graduate Opportunities

Barratt Developments urges more women to consider a career in cons...

As the world celebrates International Women's Day, the region's biggest housebuilder is urging girls and young women in Exeter to consider a career in construction. Barratt Developments, which supported 1,400 jobs in the region last year, is on a mission to encourage female school pupils, college students and graduates to think about working in the housebuilding industry. "While there are certainly more women in the construction industry now than there were a decade ago we still have...

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Erin McGuire

Architectural Assistant, Aspire Programme

I obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture in 2008. I then went on to study a postgraduate degree in Architectural Engineering at Heriot Watt University achieving a Master of Science Degree. I knew Barratt was a highly recognised house...

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Marianne Horton

Land Manager, Aspire Programme

Marianne joined in 2010 and is a Land Manager in our Mercia division. She has recently won the Birmingham Young Professional of the Year in the Property and Construction category. "I always knew I wanted to work in property; however it was...

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