Building Surveyor

Job Description

​​Are you a seasoned Chartered Building Surveyor eager to advance your career? We are collaborating with a renowned property consultancy in Glasgow, which is on the lookout for a skilled and ambitious Building Surveying expert to become a vital part of their multidisciplinary team.

We are eager to speak to those as Senior/Associate/Director level.


What you will get in your new role

  • Annual salary of £40,000 to £60,000 per annum, based on experience
  • Schedule of Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm
  • Flexible working options
  • Company car and cycle-to-work schemes
  • Enhanced company pension
  • Employee wellbeing programme
  • Professional registration fees
  • In-house mentoring scheme
  • Regular social events


Responsibilities in your new role

As the new Building Surveying Associate, you will collaborate closely with team members to support extensive residential, industrial, commercial, and educational projects throughout the Glasgow area. Your responsibilities will include conducting various surveys, such as preparing schedules of dilapidations, schedules of conditions, and party wall agreements. Additionally, you will manage claims and negotiations with loss adjusters and service providers on behalf of the company.


Your personality, experience and qualifications

You should hold an MRICS qualification or be close to completing your APC. You must be capable of working collaboratively within a team while also being able to independently manage multiple projects simultaneously. While knowledge of contract administration is advantageous, the company offers training if needed. A commercial mindset and strong client focus are essential for this role.


Apply now!

Please send us an up-to-date copy of your CV, by clicking the Apply button. This position is only available to applicants who have immediate Right to Work in the UK and you will be required to provide evidence of such upon request. Also required are up-to-date contact details for at least 2 references.

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