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Building Surveyor

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  • Salary: £40000 - £50000
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  • Job ID: 02160
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The Responsibilities of Building Surveyors


In your role as the incoming Building Surveyor, you will be an integral part of a Building Surveying team that provides support to various in-house teams such as architecture, interior design, M&E, landscape design, infrastructure, transport planning, and more. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to engage with a diverse range of external clients.

To excel as a Building Surveyor, it is essential to embody qualities of reliability, strategic thinking, and logical reasoning. We are seeking individuals who are enthusiastic about becoming part of a close-knit and expanding national Building Surveying department. Your background may include experience in local or central government, building control, the trades, contracting, or facilities management.


Qualifications and Traits of a Successful Building Surveyor:

  1. MRICS Qualified: Ideally, the successful Building Surveyor should possess MRICS qualification, demonstrating a high level of expertise in the field.
  2. Consultancy Experience: Ideally, the candidate should have a minimum of 2 years of consultancy experience, showcasing their practical knowledge and skills.
  3. Client-Focused Approach: A client-facing demeanor is essential, as the role involves interaction with clients and demands strong interpersonal skills.
  4. Management Experience: Previous management experience would be beneficial, as it can contribute to effective team leadership and project management.
  5. Contract Administration Skills: Experience in contract administration is valued, as it adds to the candidate’s ability to manage projects efficiently.
  6. Deadline-Oriented: The ability to consistently meet deadlines effectively is crucial to ensure project timelines are adhered to.
  7. Strong Written Communication: Proficiency in report writing is essential, as it enables clear and concise communication of findings and recommendations.
  8. IT Literacy: Being IT literate is important, as it enables the use of technology tools and software relevant to building surveying.

In Return, the Successful Candidate Will Receive:

  • Competitive Salary: An annual salary ranging from £40,000 to £50,000, commensurate with experience and qualifications.
  • Pension: Access to a pension plan for financial security in the future.
  • RICS Fees Covered: Reimbursement of RICS fees, supporting ongoing professional development.
  • Generous Leave: Enjoy 25 days of annual leave in addition to bank holidays, with the added perk of your birthday off.
  • Technology Tools: Provision of a company laptop and mobile phone for work-related tasks.
  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD): Regular opportunities for professional growth and development.
  • Health Insurance: Coverage for health insurance, prioritizing your well-being.
  • Cycle to Work Scheme: An environmentally friendly initiative to promote cycling for commuting.
  • Flexible Work Arrangements: Predominantly office-based, with flexibility when needed to accommodate various work scenarios.

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