We are the UK’s leading independent provider of warranty and insurance for new-built homes. Our purpose is to raise standards in house building by championing high-quality homes and protecting homeowners.
As the market leader, our name is synonymous with new home warranty and insurance. We achieve this by having the right people in the right roles. Our passionate and dedicated employees mean everything to us and we are committed to developing and holding onto our very best talent.
We are also in a period of rapid growth, investing in technology, data and new ways of working and we need talented and driven people to join us on this journey.
We have remote, office and home-based opportunities available - with our flexible approach we’re sure you’ll find a role that works for you at NHBC.
1 Minster Court
348 Lisburn Road
1 St Colme Street
NHBC is a modern, lifestyle and family friendly employer offering a range of corporate roles, and attracting applicants with a diverse range of skills and expertise. You’ll find jobs in our corporate team range from internal and external communications, marketing, data, strategy and insights, to jobs in finance, human resources, IT and legal.Search our corporate jobs
Our field-based roles require an inspection or surveying background to investigate claims and coordinate repairs. We also have office-based claims handlers, often from a financial services background, whose job it is to support our homeowners. You’ll also find administrative support and customer services roles to apply for, where staff give technical and registration support to NHBC registered builders.Search business operations jobs
We employ field-based inspectors, engineers and surveyors to work with our registered builders and help them meet Building Regulations and NHBC Standards. We also have roles for professionals providing training, land quality and construction quality services to house builders and the wider construction industry. With our focus on learning and development, we employ graduate surveyors and those from a building-related discipline as trainees.Search field tech jobs
Our diverse range of actuarial roles offer employees the opportunity to use their skills to analyse claims, calculate insurance reserves and prepare statutory and regulatory returns. Our actuarial staff also have a vital role to play in assessing NHBC's regulatory capital requirements, monitor claims and provide important statistical summaries.Browse jobs
NHBC's purpose is to raise standards and protect homeowners.
We deliver this mission in a variety of ways including:
We do this by working as a community and with collective focus to achieve success together. We bring commercial focus to our work, finding effective ways to deliver our ambitions. We demonstrate our professional and leadership expertise in all that we do, with a progressive and innovative approach.
Proud and professional in all that we do
Collaborating, sharing and achieving success as a team
Challenging, supporting and respecting each other
Inspired by possibilities, learning and adapting together
We wanted to commit to a cause that is more closely aligned with our social purpose and work with an organisation that provides education, training and support to people with real housing issues. After a colleague vote, our corporate charity was named as Crisis, in May 2019.
Our colleagues in 7 teams completed 19 million steps– that’s more than 8,000 miles to raise funds for our charity partner Crisis.
A big thank you to the NHBC volunteers from Technical Operations, who assisted the Crisis team with a range of activities in London this week.
Our values are at the core of how we work together. We have career opportunities right across the UK and are committed to creating an inclusive culture that encourages everyone to bring their true selves to work.Read more
NHBC is an inclusive employer where everyone is encouraged to bring their true self to work and we ensure that our employees are treated fairly.Read more
This is a commitment by HM Treasury and signatory firms to work together to build a more balanced and fair industry. Signing up to the Charter, NHBC pledges to reflect the government’s aspiration to see gender balance at all levels across financial services firms.View our statement
“The Good Recruitment Collective is all about making businesses realise that success starts with good recruitment. From flexible working practices and diversity & inclusion, to investing in skills and innovation, recruiters are ideally placed to help businesses create environments in which people can perform at their best." - Neil Carberry
The Armed Forces Covenant acknowledges that those who serve or who have served in the armed forces, and their families, should be treated with fairness and respect in the communities, economy and society they serve. Our Silver Award recognises that we do not disadvantage service personnel during our recruiting process. We uphold a positive stance towards employees, offering flexibility to Reservists so they can fulfil their annual training and mobilisation commitments.
The UK Government’s Department for Work and Pensions developed the Disability Confident scheme to support employers to make the most of the talents people with disabilities and long-term health conditions can bring to the workplace. The scheme encourages employers to think differently about how they employ and retain disabled and neuro-diverse people. As a signatory of the scheme, NHBC is committed to disability inclusion in the workplace.
As part of our continued commitment to creating an inclusive workplace for all we have signed up to become Diversity Champion’s with Stonewall. Stonewall are part of a vibrant global movement for change made up of LGBTQ+ people, our allies, families and friends, fighting for freedom, for equity and for potential.
NHBC has joined with over 900 employers in signing up to the Race at Work Charter, an initiative designed for businesses to collectively commit to improving equal opportunities for Black, Asian, Mixed Race and ethnically diverse employees in the UK. Launched in 2018, the Race at Work Charter builds on the work of the 2017 McGregor-Smith Review, which found that people from these ethnically diverse backgrounds are still underemployed, underpromoted and under-represented at senior levels. The Race at Work Charter is composed of seven principal calls to action and signing up means taking practical steps to ensure we are tackling barriers that ethnic minority people face in recruitment and progression.
PurpleSpace is the world’s only networking and professional development hub for disabled employees, network and resource group leaders and allies from all sectors and trades. NHBC has joined its membership as we are committed to building disability confidence from the inside out.
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NHBC colleagues have access to a wide range of additional benefits and we ensure our packages are attractive to current and potential employees.Find out more
We are committed to promoting and encouraging diversity and inclusion in everything we do.Find out more