Associate Building Surveyor - Staffordshire

Location
Staffordshire
Salary
£40000 - £60000 per annum + car allowance + bonus
Posted
03 Nov 2017
Closes
01 Dec 2017
Ref
946261
Contact
Edward Collins
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

This opportunity is with one of the leading firms of Chartered Surveyors in their Niche sector. They are seeking to recruit an additional MRICS Chartered Surveyor, to join their Building Surveying & Architectural Department. Applicants must have a broad range of surveying experience including proficiency in contract administration and specification writing. Similarly an interest in and knowledge of traditional/rural construction methods as well as historic and Listed buildings, sustainability and renewable energies is also required. Project involvement ranges from inception right through to final handover. An up to date knowledge of Building Regulations, H&S and other statutory requirements is essential as is proficiency in using AutoCAD. Also applicants must be able to create detailed/working drawings, write specifications, produce tender documents and handle contract administration. This post sits within an established team, and responsibility will be given for your own instructions from the outset and assisting with the continued growth of the team in due course. The successful candidate will work on a variety of national and private clients involving a range of interesting and challenging projects from maintenance, repair, alteration, refurbishment and conversion, through to new build/development schemes. This post offers excellent career progression for the right candidate. Interested parties should email their CV through for immediate consideration.

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