Assistant Land Buyer

Salary: £Competitive

Location: Newton Le Willows

Posting date: 08 Aug 2018

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.


A vacancy has arisen in our North West region for an Assistant Land Buyer within our Land Department based in our Newton-le-Willows office. The successful candidate will report to the Land Director. 


As an Assistant Land Buyer you will play an integral role in the Land department.  You will become part of the team where your responsibilities will consist of researching new opportunities and advising the Land team, carrying out the required due-diligence to discover the potential that sites hold for development, assisting in the preparation of offers and board reports and assisting the Directors in their negotiation with Land Owners and Agents.


The successful candidate will have achieved, or is predicted to achieve, a minimum of 2:1 degree classification and be proficient in the use of MS Office, specifically Excel and Word.  Further desirable attributes will include strong numerical, analytical and/or negotiation skills with the ability to think outside the box.  Past work experience is preferred but is not essential and you should be available to travel within England and Scotland on an ad hoc basis and hold a current driving licence. 




How to apply


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


Closing Date:      31st August 2018  


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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