Chartered Building Surveyor

Building Surveying - Lancashire

Ref: 34Monday 12 July 2021

£40k to £50k DOE and location

The job
 
Chartered Surveyors with offices in North London and Lancashire specialising in the reinstatement of properties following major damage are looking for a Chartered Building Surveyor to join their team in both offices. 
 
The responsibilities
 
You will be responsible for the following: 
> Liaising with loss adjusters, assessors and clients to confirm nature and detail of works
> Ensure all parties involved are up to date with progress
> Property inspections and drafting schedule of works
> Insurance assessments and claims
> Discussions with clients over draft specification / final reporting
> Condition Surveys - identification and analysis of defects and proposals for repair
> Contract Administration
> Feasibility studies
> Construction Design and management regulations
> H&S aspects of buildings
 
The requirements
 
You will ideally be a Chartered Building Surveyor (MRICS or FRICS) but MCIOB will be considered with relevant experience
Due to the nature of the role and extent of travel you must have a valid UK driving license and access to a vehicle for business use. 
A high level of IT proficiency is essential with technical knowledge and competence is required along with a proven ability to build long lasting professional relationships with clients and colleagues. 
 
The package
 
The range of salary package that could be offered is £50.000-£75,000 this includes the company bonus which they pride themselves on paying year on year and they have a great staff retention. 
The offered salary will depending on your level of experience and ability, there is a senior post available for someone with extensive experience in a Senior level and also for someone with 1 or 2 years PQE in Lancashire.
Benefits include a profit related bonus scheme, car allowance, pension contributions, annual leave increasing with each year of service, flexible working hours and more.
 
Please send in your CV for consideration, successful applications will be contacted by AMI for an initial interview. Your CV will never be sent to a client without speaking to you first and your permission being given once the company has been reviewed by yourself.