Senior Building Surveyor

  • Vertical Recruitment
  • £40,000 – £50,000
  • Closing Date:
Company: Vertical Recruitment
Salary: £40,000 - £50,000 plus car allowance
Location: Manchester
Contact Name: Adam Daly
Telephone: 0161 669 4716
  • Full Time
  • Anywhere


A fantastic opportunity to join a leading international consultancy based in the heart of Manchester has arisen. Although you will be working for a large consultancy, they come without the hassle and politics of one. They are keen to emphasise their small firm mindset, with a major focus on team mentality. This is great option for a Senior Building Surveyor to join a leading consultancy with a brilliant team culture or a Chartered Surveyor looking to make that next step up to Senior.


You will be joining a successful professional services team, who due to a growing portfolio of clients, are looking to expand their team and current place in the market. You will maintain the high standard of work already created by the team in services such as; dilapidations, party wall, due diligence, contract admin and more. However, the role will have a steer towards dilapidations, so experience in this area is very beneficial.

What you will need to exceed

  • You will need to be a member of the royal institution of building surveyors (MRICS)
  • A relevant building surveying degree
  • Significant experience working in professional services
  • A passion for working as part of a team and delivering results

This is a rare and exciting opportunity for the right individual to really progress and make a statement in their career. If you are interested in the role and would like to know more then please contact me on the details below.

If this role is not right for you but you know someone who is, then feel free to pass on my information.

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