Land Agent

Job Description

Our Rural Surveying Practice client is seeking an experienced Land Agent with a background in the utilities sector. This role is integral to their Perth-based operations and offers excellent progression opportunities based on performance.


What you will get in your new role

  • A starting salary of £25,000 to £30,000 depending on experience

  • 30 days of annual leave, plus your birthday off!

  • Car allowance

  • Consistent career development support

  • Endless promotion opportunities

  • Life insurance

  • Flexible working

  • Remote/hybrid working options

  • Cycle-to-work scheme

  • Health and wellness scheme for you and your immediate family


Your new employer

Working for a dynamic Land and Property Services company, your hard work and dedication will be recognised and rewarded. The company places high value on its employees, regularly organising team events to encourage strong internal relationships and meet colleagues from other locations across the nation. Their ability to provide customised solutions that meet the unique requirements of their clients is a source of great pride for them, which should resonate with your own values.


Responsibilities within your new role

The primary duties as a Land Agent include overseeing land referencing for both pipeline and utilities projects, engaging with landowners to secure project access, and negotiating compensation claims. The responsibilities also extend to managing acquisitions, utility-related work, and CPO processes, particularly in the context of rural and utility clients. The role involves negotiating various land transactions such as sales, purchases, compensation claims, and the creation of servitudes/wayleaves, along with maintaining detailed records of landowner issues for effective communication with project teams.


Your personality, experience and qualifications

The ideal candidate will have previous experience within the utilities sector, excellent negotiation skills, and strong attention to detail. We encourage MRICS-qualified candidates to apply, with a preference for those holding a Registered Valuer designation. You should have the capability to acquire knowledge and provide guidance on emerging property trends, along with excellent task management skills. A full driving license is essential for the 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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