Associate Rural Surveyor With Leading Property Consultancy
Your new company
A national property consultancy based in Central Cambridge, offering an opportunity to join their team as Associate Rural Surveyor, working in recently refurbished & modern offices. This company is multi-disciplined, with a national network of offices. This organization is considered one of the top consultancies in the UK and has won multiple Investors in People awards. They are a company that is proud of its diverse workforce, with a modern approach to work/life balance.
Your new role
As the Associate Rural Surveyor you will be responsible for delivering valuation and professional advice across the Eastern Region to an existing banking, private and institutional client-base.This is an exciting opportunity for a rural surveyor with responsibility for a range of clients delivering high levels of service and developing new business opportunities. An engaging and varied role, tasks range from the valuation of rural property including farms, estates, and residential property, to working strategically identifying and developing viable fee earning opportunities to cross sell other services within the business.As an ambitious individual, you will be responsible for delivering a mix of valuation, landlord and tenant, compensation and other professional work. This role is ideal for a self-motivated, qualified land agent who would like a challenge as part of a wider team focusing on rural professional, estate management and farm agency work
What you'll need to succeed
As the Associate Rural Surveyor you will need to be a chartered surveyor with at least 5 years PQE within rural surveying although slightly less experience will be considered. You will need to be able to display a strong knowledge of valuation work and experience of rural landlord and tenant matters, you will be ambitious and passionate about business development and growing client relationships. You must be motivated by a fast-paced environment, flexible in your approach and be a supportive and collaborative team player proactively participating in managing and developing other team members. CAAV qualification is desirable, but not required.
What you'll get in return
In return, you'll be given a clear and concise career structure. You'll be a part of a team that are ambitious but place emphasis on work/life balance. You'll work as part of a diverse team, that encourages sociability and fun in the workplace. Finally, you'll also receive a competitive salary based on experience, generous car allowance, contributory pension, annual team bonus, private health care & life assurance.
What you need to do now
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