Chartered Surveyor and Valuer
- Avery & Co
- Liverpool, Manchester, Lancaster, and Cheshire East areas
- Competitive with great benefits
- Closing date
- 31 Jan 2023
- Property, Construction
- Contract Type
- Building Surveyor, General Practice, Residential Property, Valuation & Ratings
- Chartered Surveyor, FRICS, MRICS, Assoc RICS
- Business Type
Established in 2004, Avery & Co are a family based, private practice specialising in residential survey and valuation across the North West of England, and North Wales. We have an excellent reputation across the industry, and we are hoping to grow our team in the Merseyside, Manchester, Lancaster, and Cheshire East areas.
We have a strong focus on the quality of our work and providing excellent service to our customers.
What can Avery & Co offer you?
- A full time, or part time employed role.
- A competitive salary.
- Remote working / home based.
- Mileage allowance.
- Bonus scheme.
- Up to 33 days paid annual leave (including Bank Holidays), plus additional, discretionary paid leave over Christmas.
- Bupa at a competitive rate.
- The opportunity to grow your skill set through accredited courses and mentoring for example, progression to MRICS.
- Quality over quantity – a genuine work-life balance.
- A variety of work.
- The opportunity to work alongside other enthusiastic and friendly surveyors as part of a close-knit and highly valued team.
- Annual CPD to meet RICS requirements.
Required skills and experience:
We require candidates to be either AssocRICS, MRICS or FRICS qualified. You must also be an RICS Registered Valuer.
A minimum of 12 months recent experience in residential valuation and home survey work.
A passion for the role is essential. You must be highly motivated, and work to the highest standards of integrity and professionalism.
Candidates must work well within a team, adhering to and demonstrating our company values in all their practices.
Hold a full current driving licence and live within Merseyside, Manchester, Lancaster, or Cheshire East.
Good IT skills, including the use of email and Microsoft packages such as Word, Outlook and Excel are required.
Must be flexible and willing to learn new skills in order to meet ever-changing needs of the profession and our clients.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required to ensure information is conveyed clearly, and accurately. The ability to listen to and understand the needs of others is also very important.
Must have an excellent claims record.
Surveyor and Valuer role responsibilities:
Be competent in providing valuations of residential property for a variety of purposes including purchase, Help to Buy, Probate, Right to Buy, Right to Acquire and Shared Ownership.
Be competent in providing home surveys on residential properties (Level 2). The provision of Level 3 surveys is also preferred.
Successful candidates must provide professional and accurate advice to all clients whilst acting with honesty and integrity in all practices. You must be independent in your approach to problem solving but appreciate their limitations and ask for support or input if required.
Complete a minimum number of inspections per week depending on the type of instruction. We do not work to a fix “point system” as we give our surveyors sufficient time to do their work to a high standard however, typical work levels include one Level 2 and one valuation per day, or three – four valuations per day.
Ensure that all work is provided to a high standard in line with RICS Regulation and our internal audit requirements.
Keep up to date with all relevant guidance and professional practices and maintain necessary CPD requirements.
Postcode coverage – to be agreed.
How do you apply?
Submit your CV and complete the application form. If you need any assistance, please email email@example.com and we will be happy to help.
More about us?
If you would like to find out more about us, please visit our website and follow our journey on LinkedIn. You can also read our reviews on Trustpilot or Google for a further insight.
We support charities in our work including Merseyside and Cheshire Blood Bikes and The National Trust – Plant a tree scheme.
We are proud to host a CPD conference annually which is highly regarded within the industry. It brings local surveyors together for updates across the profession.
We organise team meetings every 6 months to keep in touch with our colleagues.
PLEASE NOTE All relevant checks are in place to ensure safeguarding and legal requirements of safer recruitment are adhered to.
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