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Are you interested in a career in construction? We are always looking for talented people:

Site Manager - Click here for more information about this role and details of how to apply

Senior Surveyor - Click here for more information about this role and details of how to apply

Contracts Manager Click here for more information about this role and details of how to apply

P.A. & Office Manager Click here for more information about this role and details of how to apply

We have opportunities for Construction Trainees. We are looking for self-starters with a pro-active work ethic who want to learn and grow their career by joining our busy ContractsTeam. You may have recently qualified in a construction based degree or have other relevant construction skills and be IT savvy, if so we would like to talk to you.

As an equal opportunities employer Ellis holds the Investors In People Award and welcomes applications in writing with CV via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by post: Ellis Building Contractors Limited, 6 Park View, Alder Close, Eastbourne East Sussex, BN23 6QE

We are exhibiting at the following events over the coming months, please come and find us to say hello and have a chat.

  • Let’s Do Business, Sussex Coast College, Hastings - Thursday 29th September 2016
  • Wealden District Careers Fair, East Sussex National, Uckfield - Monday 3rd October 2016
  • Construction Expo, South East, Kent Event Centre, Detling - Thursday 6th October 2016

I have been asked several times what I think the impact of Brexit will have on the construction industry.The short answer is nobody really knows for sure.

Now that some of the dust has settled however there are some signs as to what the fall-out from Brexit might be. The initial knee jerk reactions were inevitable as the doom mongers have their moment.

Undoubtedly some businesses will suspend their plans as they wait to assess the longer term consequences and you do wonder how often Brexit is being used as a scape-goat for ill-conceived and marginal schemes. But things have moved on apace and within weeks we have a new Prime Minister and essentially a new Government.

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