Chartered General Practice Surveyor Jobs are surveyors with a specialism in General Practice and building surveying.
The position in general practice requires you to manage advise and provide support on a range of property related development, management and disposal/acquisition projects, including those carried out directly and with other public and private sector partners, ensuring that a value and performance of the property assets are protected, and wider policy objectives achieved.
Core requirements for General Practice Building Surveying
You’ll develop expertise across General Practice and Building Surveying disciplines and put the practice at the forefront of providing independent professional surveying advice, specialising in the following subject areas:
RICS Homebuyer Surveys and Valuations
Building (Structural) Surveys
Building Defect Analysis
Party Wall Matters (Building close to/on a boundary)
Building Supervision and Specification
Schedules of Condition and Dilapidation
Energy Performance Certificates (E.P.C.s)
Commercial Property Valuation and Survey
Required surveying experience
In terms of experience you will be a Chartered Surveyor or equivalent with property experience and exposure to land/property development.
The world of general practice surveying means you’ll oversee a number of projects of varying size and complexity at the same time and consequently managing a number of project development teams.
The ability to make good decisions on a range of professional and operational matters is essential. The nature of decisions taken will impact both on individual projects and potentially on wider aspects involving the department's workload where policy issues are concerns.
Contact the Surveying and Property Team
Email the Surveying and Property Division at firstname.lastname@example.org.