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Taylor Wimpey are looking to engage an experienced project manager to deliver a programme of work around information retention. The programme of work will cover all Business Units and Head Office and require time with each, working on identification of information, through to appropriate retention periods and handling practices.
The PM must have in depth Data Protection & Retention knowledge and be able to navigate all areas of the business with strong communication skills.
We are recruiting a Document Reviewer to join the Data Compliance Team to deal with the response to DSARs and to perform the review and redaction of documents. The role will be dealing with Data Subject Access Requests received by Taylor Wimpey.
The post holder must have an understanding of the DPA2018 and the GDPR. The practical application is imperative for the role.
Our regional commercial teams are integral to the successful delivery of every Taylor Wimpey site. The function serves as the linchpin between our Technical and Production functions and makes the reality of a Taylor Wimpey development come to life. The Buyer is an effective, credible colleague who can work collaboratively with other TW departments, and positively represent the Commercial team both internally and externally. The Buyer has responsibility for managing the procurement process for multiple developments and also for managing supplier relationships.
Each of Taylor Wimpey’s regional businesses has a finance team that drives the commercial performance of their respective business and are responsible for providing valuable reports to our Group Finance team based in Head Office. Led by their Finance Director, each of these teams are vital to the financial structure of the organisation. Through quarterly forecasts and monthly accounts, they provide key data to the board and enable some of the most important strategic decisions for the business. The Management Accountant role is a truly customer centric role that requires someone that is comfortable working to deadlines and producing highly accurate reporting.
The role will involve working closely with the Finance Director & Finance Managers to help implement our strategy of being a truly customer-centric business delivering a quality product and help define what that means for the regional Finance Team.
In line with the rest of the business, we are looking to develop an innovative and learning culture. The role will work closely with and help in the development of the rest of the Finance Team, with more formal people managerial responsibilities to be reviewed in line with the successful candidate’s level of experience and development plan.
Each of Taylor Wimpey’s regional businesses has a finance team that drives the commercial performance of their respective business and are responsible for providing valuable reports to our Group Finance team based in Head Office. Led by their Finance Director, each of these teams are vital to the financial structure of the organisation. Through quarterly forecasts and monthly accounts, they provide key data to the board and enable some of the most important strategic decisions for the business.
The Accounts Assistant role requires an accurate and efficient eye and someone that will keep financial transactions up to date, a crucial position in the regional finance team. They will assist the Finance Manager with the day to day delivery of the Finance Department function and provide other internal departments and Head Office finance with timely and accurate information throughout the monthly finance reporting cycle.
The Customer Support Coordinator (CSC) is responsible for the day to day management of the administration relating to all customer issues. The successful candidate will take ownership of all ongoing customers’ issues and will be responsible to allocate resources including Customer Service Operatives and contractors to undertake remedial work in customers’ homes.
Working closely with the Customer Support Manager, the Customer Support Co-ordinator will be responsible for the collation and management of information and data upwards for analysis dealing with escalations of customer issues, where appropriate.
When making the decision to buy a new home, it’s vital that our customers feel that they are in safe hands. Taylor Wimpey’s sales staff are pivotal in this process and are responsible for providing all the necessary information as well as offering different options to the customer to ensure they are fully supported throughout the buying process.
As an organised administrator you will play a key part in this journey and will provide administrative support to the Sales team including Sales managers and the Sales and Marketing Director.
At Taylor Wimpey, we’re all about building new, thriving communities and giving our customers an excellent experience at whatever stage of the home-buying journey they’re in. To do this we’ve built a passionate and supportive Sales Team who have great customer service at their core, and we’re looking for a sales superstar to join them. The successful candidate will deliver an exceptional customer experience to everyone involved in the purchase of a new Taylor Wimpey home. Working closely with the Sales Manager and collaboratively with the Sales Team and other stakeholders, you will also be driven to deliver and smash sales targets.
The Multi-Skilled Tradesperson / Customer Service Operative is responsible for the day to day remediation of issues in customers’ homes. This role involves carrying out maintenance tasks in our customers’ homes involving a wide selection of skills including carpentry, dry lining, painting and decorating.
Working closely with the Customer Support Manager, the successful candidate will ensure the correct resources are available to undertake work in customers’ homes, on the appointed date and to resolve all issues once
Our regional commercial teams are integral to the successful delivery of every Taylor Wimpey site. The function serves as the linchpin between our Technical and Production functions and makes the reality of a Taylor Wimpey development come to life. The Senior Quantity Surveyor position within the commercial team is a challenging and diverse role. You will have full commercial management responsibility for a number of housing projects, liaise with suppliers and make key decisions regarding the procurement of labour and materials. Collaboration is also key to the success of this role. You will work very closely with our site management, finance and design teams and own the reporting of key costs incurred across multiple sites.
The Senior Quantity Surveyor will have Full commercial management of a number of housing projects from conception to completion. Provide information, where necessary, for the land purchase exercise that will enable clear materials and labour costs to be considered at that stage. Manage the flow of Health and Safety information from the Commercial Department. Carry out Commercial duties as defined within CDM. Monitor and report build costs periodically reporting any savings and excesses.