Rural Surveyor | Yorkshire
We are excited to be working with an exciting, growing and dynamic business working on large scale utilities projects across the UK.
About Our Client
This is a progressive business with an ambitious growth plan. They offer a dynamic working environment within a well organised structure within infrastructure and utilities. They work on a number of large-scale projects across the UK. Currently working on high quality specialist services covering Compulsory Purchase and Development Consent Orders, Access & Rights, Compensation, Agricultural Liaison, Land Referencing, Acquisitions & Sales, Valuation and Planning & Development.
About the Job
In this role you will be working closely to support the fast-growing, eco-friendly Yorkshire office providing strategic advice to our growing number of clients. The role offers a fantastic opportunity with plenty of scope for expansion.
The role will involve working on exciting projects from feasibility through to project completion, working with a growing team on project deliverables covering land acquisitions, valuations, compensation negotiation, compulsory purchase, strategy and development consent orders and managing land aspects during construction.
The Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate will have a RICS accredited degree or equivalent as well as ideally being a couple of year post qualified. The candidate will be ambitious, organised, results driven, with attention to detail and keen to solve challenges with good commercial awareness along with great verbal and written communication skills. A keen team player and possible experience in managing diverse teams.
How to Apply
There is a great salary on offer for the successful candidate and a package to match. They are keen to see a range of experience so the salary will be commensurate with experience.
If you would like further information about this role or any other opportunities within the rural sector we may have, please get in touch with Miranda on 01780 480530 or email firstname.lastname@example.org