Assistant Building Surveyor

  • Kingsley
  • Dependent on experience
Company: Kingsley
Salary: £22,000 – 24,000
Location: Warrington
Contact Name: Caroline Kingsley
Telephone: 0151 242 1630
  • Full Time
  • Anywhere


About the Company

A developer that specialises in completing refurbishments in the industrial and commercial sector is seeking an Assistant Building Surveyor to work on a number of schemes throughout the North West, with values ranging from small alternations up to £3M New-build schemes. This role would be suitable for a Graduate Building Surveyor who enjoys having autonomy & flexibility in their position, as well as working for a fast-growing developer with opportunities to develop your career overtime. The developer brings previously unloved buildings back to the market, creating value & jobs throughout the North-West Region, and you’ll be at the forefront in making it happen!

About the Role

As the Assistant Building Surveyor / Project Manager, you will be joining an established team, assisting on several projects at various stages of the construction process. The developer has an aim at bringing to market for rent & resale, 2 million sq ft. of commercial space, with roughly 70% as warehouses/industrial units and 30% commercial offices. You will be giving your own projects which to led on, being involved in the schemes from design, tendering, project managing & handover. On top of this, you will be giving other Building Surveying duties including but not limited to dilapidations on behalf of the landlord, condition surveys & fire risk assessments.

In return, you will be working for a growing developer who will invest in you, through training & development, bonuses & be giving a clear career path moving forward.

Please contact Caroline Kingsley for more information.

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