50 jobs up for grabs at half century celebrating Beal Homes

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 30 Jul 2018

Fifty jobs are up for grabs at one of the region’s biggest housebuilders as Beal Homes launches a major recruitment drive.

Jobs include a site manager, joiners, forklift operators, bricklayers, plasters and labourers.

The family-owned company, based at the Bridgehead Business Park in Hessle, is this year celebrating 50 years of business, and is now on the hunt for new staff to join its team.

Richard Beal, chairman and managing director, said: “We’re looking for great people in a broad range of roles to come on board and contribute to our continuing growth.

From right, construction director John Goodfellow, site manager Phil Evenden, bricklayer Andrew Sowden and joiner Ashley Heath

“We want people who share our values of integrity, teamwork and innovation, our passion for delivering homes as unique as our customers and our commitment to exceptional levels of customer service.

“If you’re looking for a successful local business where you can make a difference, develop your skills and fulfil your potential, get in touch.”

Beal Homes has teamed up with the Wykeland Group to spearhead the regeneration of Hull’s Fruit Market.

When completed, the new development will include more than 100 two and three-bedroom homes.

Richard Beal at the site of the new homes in Fruit Market

Wykeland Beal

Beal also recently launched Kings Vale – the latest phase of development at Kingswood Parks in Hull. It is also currently working on Hessle housing project The Paddocks.

The housebuilder is now looking to hire staff for a wide range of roles, both site and office-based.

Roles available based at head office in Hessle include quantity surveyors and assistant quantity surveyors. There are also opportunities for sales executives.

Beal is also boosting its pipeline of emerging talent by opening up a wide range of apprenticeship opportunities.

Beal is one of the region's biggest housebuilders

Entry level positions are available in sales, the technical department and in the company’s unique customer selections studio, as well as on site as apprentice bricklayers, plumbers, joiners, plasterers, painters, ground workers & roof tilers.

John Goodfellow, construction director at Beal, said: “We have long-term sub-contractors but, primarily, we prefer to have a directly-employed construction workforce, which is unusual in the housebuilding industry and offers great job security.

That means we can guarantee the highly-skilled people we need to deliver the quality of properties and exceptionally high standards of workmanship we expect and our customers choose us for.

“This is an opportunity for site workers to join a successful and growing, family-owned business that really cares for its people. You’ll work on prestigious developments in great locations, with good conditions on site and the best materials and products.”

Candidates should apply for jobs with Beal Homes through the company’s website by going to www.beal-homes.co.uk/careers .

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