|£40000 - £55000
An esteemed independent consultancy based in Manchester is in search of a skilled Building Surveyor to join their growing team. This consultancy is particularly noted for its work within the automotive sector and has a promising pipeline of exciting projects across England. The role will involve essential travel, offering a dynamic and engaging work environment.
The Building Surveyor's Role:
As a Building Surveyor in this vibrant consultancy, you will have the opportunity to engage in a broad spectrum of surveying duties, collaborating on various projects within the automotive sector. Your role will include:
- Undertaking detailed building surveys and preparing comprehensive reports.
- Managing project lifecycles, including both new developments and refurbishments.
- Providing expert advice on a range of professional services such as dilapidations, party wall matters, and contract administration.
- Working closely with clients to understand their needs and deliver tailored solutions.
The Building Surveyor:
- Relevant experience in Building Surveying, with exposure to the automotive sector being advantageous.
- A Bachelor's degree in Building Surveying or a related field.
- MRICS qualification or working towards it is desirable.
- Strong project management skills and the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously.
- Excellent communication skills, with the capacity to build strong client relationships.
- Willingness to travel across England as required for project delivery.
- Salary between £40,000 and £55,000
- 20 days holiday plus bank holidays
- Car allowance
- Professional fees paid for
- Pension scheme
- Exposure to unique projects in the automotive sector
- Opportunities for professional development and career progression
- Dynamic work environment with supportive colleagues and management
If you are a Building Surveyor considering your career options, contact Ellie Hagan at Brandon James.
Building Surveyor / Building Surveying / Automotive Sector / Independent Consultancy / Manchester / MRICS