Stock Condition Surveyors x 3

  • Kingsley
  • £25,000 – £30,000
Company: Kingsley
Salary: £25,000 - £30,000 DOE
Location: North West
Contact Name: Caroline Kingsley
Telephone: 07768 381831
  • Full Time
  • Anywhere


Home based – candidates must be based anywhere in the North West, the Midlands, the South East or the South West of England

We are looking to appoint three Stock Condition Surveyors, to join a team who work collaboratively, and allow flexible, homeworking.

You will ideally be located anywhere in the Midlands, South West or South East of England. You will work with a range of clients, providing advice on planned & reactive maintenance, along with on-going stock-condition and other surveys to ensure compliance.

You will be a customer-focused person, who is a confident communicator. You will be responsible for ensuring the effective delivery of maintenance and investment services, including reactive repairs, void management, stock condition surveys, contract administration and reporting. You will need to have comprehensive knowledge of construction-related health & safety legislation and be able to communicate construction terminology in an easy to understand manner to your clients.

The organisation use the latest technology to support their Surveyors work, so you will need to have good IT skills & reporting skills, as  well as being a team player.

In return, the company can offer a competitive basic salary, along with excellent benefits, pension contribution, and flexible working hours. They can also provide APC diary support for you to become MRICS qualified if desired, as well as a range of other training opportunities.

My client are looking to interview ASAP, so get in touch for more information. Call me on 07768381831 or email a copy of your CV to

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