PROGRESS YOUR CAREER
Hardies operate at the forefront of the construction industry across the UK. We provide expert advice across all sectors of the property and construction industry, striving to provide our clients with the best possible service and added value to their projects.
As part of the Hardies family, you will be working alongside a busy, dynamic team who work to the highest standards and as such you will be well looked after. Hardies has a fantastic positive, modern and caring culture to ensure we work together and maximise our potential.
Your career path is important to us, and we pride ourselves on supporting and enabling everyone to progress and be their best. You will have the opportunity to work closely with the Partners and decision makers of the firm.
Hardies are unique in that we have a wide cross section of clients, operating across all industries; and with such a diversity of work, this ensures our staff are kept interested and always learning.
Rewards & Benefits
Hardies offer a fantastic range of benefits, including health, wellbeing, financial and lifestyle choices.
These include Healthcare, Pension, Death in Service Insurance, Cycle Scheme, annual away day for all staff, formal CPD days each year, leadership programme & Competitive packages and bonus schemes.
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