Celebrating International Women’s Day, 8th March 2019

International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. At Weston Homes, women play a vital role in positions that span the entire group, and our success to date could not have been achieved without their dedication and support.

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From architectural technicians, buyers, sales directors, site managers & surveyors, Weston Homes are proud of the achievements of its staff, and believe in nurturing talent and offering opportunities for career progression in all areas of the business, inclusive to all.

“I joined Weston Homes as an Assistant Engineer in 2016, assisting colleagues with managing utilities on site. Later that year I was given my own scheme to work on, a small development of 57 homes. Today I am working on schemes comprising of 128-156 flats across 2 sites in East Grinstead and Watford.”
Kelly Burns, Assistant Engineer

“I joined Weston Homes a year ago as an Architectural Designer, I find my job role to be challenging but also very rewarding. Like many others I am proud to be a part of the Weston Group. The Company goes above and beyond to support their employees’ careers and I look forward to developing my career to become an architect at Weston Homes.”
Philippa Morris, Architectural Designer

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“I would highly recommend a career at Weston Group to all women from all working backgrounds. The work-life balance and job satisfaction is second to none.”
Linda Cook, Directors Secretary

With a development pipeline of 6,000 new homes and a completed value of £2bn, Weston Homes are currently embarking on a recruitment drive in order to secure the group’s future growth. To achieve this, we are recruiting talented professionals who thrive in an environment where opportunity and development are based solely on individuals’ merits, skills and passion.

A career in Housebuilding is a great choice for both women and men alike.

“The concept that a person would be unable to carry out a job unless they possess matching X chromosomes is archaic at best and utterly ridiculous at worst; however disappointingly only around 13% of jobs across the industry are held by women and it’s time that we act to change perceptions and develop a more balanced workforce. That must be industry led, and we need to shout from the rooftops in schools and colleges about the incredible variety of roles there are available across housebuilding, construction, and property.”
Dawn Wylie, Land Director

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