Chartered Building Surveyor
This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious Chartered Building Surveyor to join a firm of consultants based in Peterborough, Camrbridgeshire.
Duties will include undertaking professional and project work for a variety of clients across a number of sectors in the public and private sectors. Projects could be in the higher education, defence, government and for other client types.
You will need to have good technical experience and a good understanding of construction and property generally.
You will be involved in doing drawings, specifications, tender documents, project management, surveys, contract administration, construction monitoring, snagging assessments and more.
You must be able to work with little supervision and be able to do work withing required timescales.
You will have some line management duties.
Our client is an international multi disciplinary firm of construction and engineering consultants.
You will be a Chartered Building Surveyor with a Degree or Diploma or MSc in Building Surveying plus you will need to be MRICS qualified.
Ideally you will have at least two years post qualification experience or more.
You will need to have experience of surveying from design work to condition surveys, feasibilities, contract administration, report writing, management of sub consultants and contractors, and have managed asset surveys on larger survey programmes.
You will be able to manage less experienced surveyors and be able to manage and monitor fees, profits and invoicing.
You should have good client facing skills and be able to deal with people at all levels.
A full UK driving licence and own transport is required.
Salary is very negotiable according to your current salary and your experience but likely to be from £45000 to £65000 per annum. There is also a good pension scheme, medical insurance, professional fees paid, life assurance, 25 days holiday and a wider range of flexible benefits.
Please either click below to email your c.v. or give me, Denise Neville a call for an informal and highly confidential discussion on 020 7613 5555, 020 8368 0025 or 07836 350309.