A large Central London client side organisation are currently seeking a Building Surveyor to work within the projects division, covering the four sectors the organisation which are the residential, commercial and retail sectors.
With a great deal of growth within the organisation coming to the end of 2017 they have recently won many new developments in some of London most sort after areas and into the Home Counties due to start imminently.
Roles & Responsibilities of the Building Surveyor:
The successful building surveyor will work within a team of surveyors working very closely with the Director of the Projects Division with their main responsibilities revolving around managing a range of new build developments, planned maintenance schemes and refurbishments across the organisations portfolio.
The role will also include identifying development opportunities, specification writing, contract administration and project management to achieve a high stand of work on a range of projects valuing between £250k and £3million.
As the building surveyor you will also be required to prepare, outline and designs cost plans with the ability to report development proposals.
- Chartered Building Surveyor with ideally two years PQE
- A commercial approach
- Background knowledge of building and construction
- Experience in carrying out surveys and defect diagnosis
Due to the continual growth within the organisation my client are open and interested in speaking with candidates at a more junior level looking to make the step up.
- Salary: £50k - £60k
If you are interested or would like any further information regarding the role, please contact Harry Forrest on 020 3056 0287 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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