A fantastic new opportunity for a Graduate Building Surveyor with a Private Surveying Consultancy has arisen in their award winning London office.
Reporting to an Associate Building Surveyor you will have a relevant RICS accredited degree in Building Surveying to enable you to enrol in the company’s highly successful APC programme.
You will ideally have 1-2 years experience in a Building Surveying firm as a Graduate Building Surveyor and your duties will include:
·Assisting more experienced colleagues on a full range of work while working towards gaining your MRICS professional qualification. You will show initiative and take responsibility and project ownership as you develop.
·Providing assistance to Chartered Surveyors/Associates with the day to day activities on projects.
·Assist in a variety of surveys and inspections.
·Prepare and produce site meeting minutes, specifications for works, tender and contract documents.
·Assist Chartered Building Surveyors/Associates in their role when acting as Employer’s Agent and Contract Administrator.
·Analyse site activities; prepare progress reports on time, quality and cost of projects
·Driving towards your APC goals through developing your profile and skillset at work
·You will attend CPD sessions on a regular basis have an awareness of all main standard forms of contract. You will also display an ongoing commitment to learning and self-improvement.
·You will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of effective oral, written, graphic and presentation skills.
·You can write clearly and succinctly in a variety of communication settings and styles and can get messages across that have the desired effect.
·You have a desire to learn and ask questions along the way.
·Drive & Enthusiasm – You enjoy working hard, are proactive and full of energy for the things you see as challenging.
To be part of this inclusive, inspiring firm, please apply to this role or for more information, please contact Niamh Finnegan at Aldwych Consulting on (phone number removed).
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