Senior Building Surveyor
I am working with a leading Consultancy in regards to a Senior Building Surveying opportunity in Leeds. You will work with a number of leading clients across building types including commercial properties to hospitals, schools, government buildings and industrial facilities.
Provide technical and professional advice to clients or internal stakeholders relating to the Building Surveying.
- Design and specification
- Contract administration
- Party wall matters
- Technical due diligence (TDD) and surveys, including for pre-acquisition, stock condition, validation and building defect/pathology purposes
- Take responsibility for the delivery of projects (generally ranging from £100K - £2M) and professional assignments and/or support the senior colleagues in the delivery of larger projects / assignments.
- Assist with the development of Building Surveying services, responding to market opportunities.
- MRICS qualified or at final stage of APC assessment.
- Have detailed and thorough knowledge of both traditional and modern building construction technology and techniques.
- A strong track record as a professional Building Surveyor, showing the desire for a progressive career structure.
- Experience of property refurbishment and maintenance.
- Experience in 'professional' Building Surveying work streams, e.g. dilapidations, party wall consultancy, TDD, surveys etc.
If you're interested in the role or just an initial coversation then please feel free to get in touch
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