Trainee roles in Property and Surveying can open up a world of opportunity and a new career trajectory. Trainee Surveyor Jobs are professionals who measure, value, manage and protect the world’s physical and natural assets to ensure their potential is maximised. They play an integral part in all transactions across land, property, construction and infrastructure.

From city skyscrapers to sporting stadiums, forests to festival sites, shopping centres to the homes we live in, RICS qualified surveyors manage it all – across the globe!

Innovative technology has already transformed the way surveyors work and this aids surveyors on projects from cradle to grave including occupation, sustainable usage and even demolition and redevelopment. 

Trainee Jobs in Surveying

As an RICS qualified surveyor of the future, you will be using the latest technology and your skillset will be key in further enhancing the profession.

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) enforces the highest professional qualifications in the development and management of land, property, construction and infrastructure.
There are two RICS professional qualifications:

  1. Associate Surveyor (AssocRICS)

  2. Chartered Surveyor (MRICS)

Expected Salary 

A career as a surveyor can see you earning higher than average but initially, the Trainee Surveyor can expect a salary package between £18,000 to £25,000.

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