My client is currently looking for a Chartered Building Surveyor to fill a permanent position within their Glasgow office. Interested candidates must have a range of surveying experience from project to professional and at least 3-5 years postgraduate experience. Responsibilities of the Chartered Building Surveyor: Advising clients about building/property issues, which can include technical, financial, legal, environmental/sustainability, building regulation and restoration matters.Monitoring the deterioration or defects of a property and offering advice on repair work.Negotiating the repair of work or a financial settlement if required.Building Information ModellingManaging projects and/or multidisciplinary teamsTo diligently handle all instructions and to maintain comprehensive records for all work undertakenDilapidation Liability Assessment Reports
Requirements of the Chartered Building Surveyor:
Membership of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS)At least 3 years' postgraduate experience with provable technical delivery experienceSignificant exposure to, and good working relations with private sector clientsIT skills (AutoCAD, NBS, MS Project, Outlook, Word, Excel and other bespoke software).Excellent written and verbal communication skills On offer for the Building Surveyor: The starting salary for this position ranges from £34,000 to £40,000 depending on experience.Company benefits package includes pension, healthcare, life assurance, annual bonus and a range of other flexible.