National Grid are playing a vital role in the race to achieve the UK's target of net zero carbon emissions - our Land and Property team provide the expertise to drive the ambitious infrastructure projects that facilitate this change.
We are looking for Land Rights Project Surveyors to support the delivery of land rights and acquisitions for new infrastructure projects.
We are at the heart of the energy transition and are a key contributor to achieving the UK's Net Zero target for carbon emissions, as a result we are working on numerous high profile ambitious projects - making this a very exciting time to join National Grid.
This is a hybrid position - with travel to sites in the UK.
Due the nature of the work we do in the land and property team, to be a Land Rights Project Surveyor you will need:
- Some experience within land rights acquisition and good working knowledge of UK regulations and processes.
- Working towards MRICS qualification or equivalent.
- Experience of leading teams, effectively managing projects and building strong stakeholder relations.
Don’t meet every single requirement? Studies have shown that women and people of colour are less likely to apply for jobs unless they meet every single qualification. At National Grid we are committed to building a diverse, inclusive and authentic workplace for everyone. So, if you’re excited about this role but your experience or qualifications don’t match the job description exactly, we encourage you to apply anyway. You might just be the right person for our growing business in this role or another one.
What's in it for you?
- Salary of £35,000 p.a. to £45,000 p.a. depending on experience.
- Hybrid working.
- Company car based in business mileage.
- 25 days annual leave (increasing to 26 after two years’ service) plus eight statutory days
- The option to buy additional or sell holiday days
- Generous contributory pension scheme - we will double-match your contribution to a maximum company contribution of 12%.
- Financial support to help cover the cost of professional membership subscriptions, course fees, books, exam fees and time off for study leave – so long as it’s relevant to your role.
- Access to flexible benefits such as a share incentive plan, salary sacrifice car and technology schemes, support via employee assistance lines and matched charity giving to name a few.
- Family care benefits including a back-up care service for when your usual care arrangements fall through (six paid days each year as standard with the option to purchase further days).
- Access to apps that support health, fitness and wellbeing
• You will be part of a team providing an expert land rights service for National Grid.
• This will be in accordance with current legislation and guidance, best practice and procedure, to ensure National Grid adheres to its licence obligations and ensures we secure land rights for our existing and new assets.
• Provide support to Senior Team to ensure effective delivery of projects.
National Grid lies at the heart of a transforming energy system, supplying electricity, safely, reliably and efficiently to millions of customers and communities.
We are in the middle of a transformation; with the energy we use increasingly coming from cleaner greener sources. In 2019, for the first time since the industrial revolution, most of our electricity came from low carbon sources. National Grid is at the heart of that energy transformation – investing around £1.3bn each year to adapt and develop our transmission network to connect new sources of low carbon and green energy to our homes and businesses, whilst maintaining our existing electricity transmission assets.
We connect people to the energy they need to live their lives. We continually strive to find a better way. We Bring Energy to Life.
The closing date for this position is the 30th of September 2022 - please ensure that you have submitted your application before this date.