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Chartered Building Surveyor

Employer
Adjusting Appointments
Location
Birmingham, West Midlands
Salary
£55,000 - £60,000 pa + benefits
Closing date
20 May 2022
Reference
NCF51638

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Sector
Property, Construction
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Specialism
Building Surveyor
Level
Chartered Surveyor, FRICS, MRICS
Business Type
Consultancy
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Job Title: Chartered Building Surveyor

Ref: NCF51638

Location: Birmingham

Duties:

Rapidly developing building surveying practice seeks to strengthen its national operation through the opening of a new office in the Midlands, ideally centred in Birmingham.  Leading the expansion of our client's business in that area, you will handle a mix of insurance claims and general practice surveying work for a wide range of insurance and non-insurance clients.  You will deal with project management and contract administration, building surveys/report writing, preparation of tender and contract documents, scheme designs and specifications.  You will also be involved in the management and supervision of building and maintenance work, project monitoring, preparing of schedules of dilapidations and dealing with advice on property legislation and building regulations.

Experience:

Candidates must essentially be MRICS qualified through the Building Surveying Division, and ideally live within the Birmingham area, but our client will provide flexible working facilities so that you can work both from an office and home. The ideal candidate is likely to have a strong background in loss adjusting or insurance claims work but be willing to return to a traditional building surveying function. Basic salary budget up to £55-60,000 and benefits include a generous bonus system, £6,000 annual car allowance, 8% into pension, private medical care and 25 days annual holiday.

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