Manchester, Greater Manchester
£60000 - £70000 per annum + package, bonus
12 months ago
SENIOR/ ASSOCIATE BUILDING SURVEYOR MRICS
£60,000 - £70,000 + Package + Bonus
I am recruiting on behalf of a leading construction and real estate consultancy looking to bolster their established London-based Building Surveying Team. Nationally renowned as 'market-leading' for the sectors in which they operate, they have grown by over 30% over the past 12 months; with a diverse, impressive and ever-expanding portfolio of clients, this growth is due to continue.
This assignment would suit a confident Building Surveyor who is not afraid of working hard and supporting both senior and junior members of the team; in return you will be rewarded with uncapped career progression within a fast-paced and sociable environment.
You will be working broadly across the commercial and residential sectors, with clients ranging from developers, lenders and managing agents. You will be covering a broad spectrum of building surveying and project management services, this will include:
- Specification writing
- License to alter
- Planned preventative maintenance
- Defect analysis
- Contract administration
You should also be comfortable undertaking the following:
- Project Monitoring and Technical Due Diligence
- Carrying out schedules of dilapidations, for both landlord and tenant and negotiating settlements.
A successful candidate:
- Commercial/ residential experience is preferred
- Must be client facing and have and enthusiastic
- Be MIRCS qualified
- Have a relevant degree (Building Surveying) and have minimum 5 years' experience.
The successful candidate will be punchy and ambitious. You should be able to carry-out work to the highest of standards, meanwhile operate in an autonomous and responsible capacity. You should have an excellent eye for detail and have a professional nature.
Please make your enquiries in the strictest confidence to Celia Harker, by emailing email@example.com or calling 0203 757 5012.
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