Chartered Building Surveyor

Marshalls Chartered Surveyors
Oxfordshire and Berkshire, with offices in Newbury and Kidlington. Option to work from either office
£50-60k per annum plus benefits including private healthcare and company car. CPD and subs paid.
Closing date
18 Jan 2022

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Marshalls Chartered Surveyors require a fully qualified MRICS or FRICS Building Surveyor to undertake quality residential and/or commercial surveys. Other professional work experience such as dilapidations or party wall would be of interest as would registered valuer status.

The successful applicant will be highly motivated, able to confidently deal with the public and provide a quality service to demanding clients. From our offices in Kidlington and Newbury we cover most of Oxfordshire, West Berkshire and surrounding areas. This position is seen as leading to an equity partnership opportunity.


Marshalls Chartered Surveyors is a small client focussed practice carrying out residential surveys, valuations and party wall work alongside commercial surveys and dilapidations. With offices in Kidlington and Newbury we work predominantly in Oxfordshire and Berkshire.


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Suite F1 The Kidlington Centre
High Street
United Kingdom

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