MRICS Building Surveyor

  • Clifton Gray
  • £50,000 - £60,000
Company: Clifton Gray
Salary: £45,000 - £60,000
Location: Liverpool
Contact Name: Rachael Gray
Telephone: 07772 499773
  • Full Time
  • Anywhere

Our client is an established multidisciplinary chartered surveyor practice, with a reputation for high-quality service delivery. Due to internal business growth, they have an opportunity for an MRICS Building Surveyor to join their expanding BS team, working for a portfolio of market leading commercial clients.

Although we are looking for a Building Surveyor (ideally 5 years post qualification) with an all-around commercial knowledge, the role will primarily focus on dilapidations work. The department is already extremely busy, and there is huge potential for further development so this position would suit a highly motivated Building Surveyor who is looking for a long-term and progressive career move, within a prestigious business which rewards and values the achievements of their staff.

The role is based in Liverpool however will involve some travel to clients located throughout the UK.,

To succeed as an MRICS Building Surveyor in this position you will already be a Chartered Building Surveyor, have a degree in building surveying and have a proven track record in Dilapidation’s work. You should be looking for the next step within your career and able to work well within a team of professional characters who work hard but have fun doing it!

Attractive package will be offered, including a competitive basic salary of £45000 – £52000 plus car allowance, bonus & benefits

For more information about this impressive opportunity to become part of such an accomplished Building Surveying team in Liverpool please contact Rachael Gray for a completely confidential discussion.


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