Sunday, June 7, 2020

Expansion sees new appointments at Wynbrook

Due to continued expansion, care home builders and residential property developers Wynbrook has appointed two new specialists in site management roles and is also investing in the career development of two existing employees through external training programmes.

The two new hires are Darren Tonks and Joshua Brookes who have joined Wynbrook as an Assistant Site Manager and Trainee Assistant Site Manager.

Darren has a wide range of commercial building experience and was previously an assistant site manager for Wildgoose Construction. His first role with Wynbrook will be to assist in the site management of a new 70 bed care home development that is being constructed in Earl Shilton, Leicestershire.

Commenting on his new role, Darren said, “I was drawn to Wynbrook due to their professional approach to construction and reputation for good quality workmanship.  I very much look forward to developing my existing knowledge and hopefully managing my own site in the future.”

Joshua Brooks has been working for Wynbrook on a freelance basis for a number of years.  Joshua commented “When I was approached to join Wynbrook on a permanent basis I jumped at the chance because I really enjoy working for them.  They have sponsored me to attend a part-time 2-year construction and a built environment course and whilst it’s strange going back into the classroom, it’s been really beneficial to my career development.”

Wynbrook is also supporting the ongoing career development of Sarah Morris and Michele Annison.

Office administrator Sarah Morris is attending a 2-year construction and built environment course to provide her with enhanced construction knowledge and assist her in providing support to Wynbrook’s office and site-based staff.

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