GRADUATE BUILDING SURVEYOR
London, Northwest & Southeast,
Who we are
Stonewest Ltd is one of the country’s longest established companies within the built heritage sector. We have long established relationships with our clients and partners, working to conserve, restore and sustain some of the most well-known historic buildings and structures across the UK including London, the Northwest, and the South-East.
We have an opportunity for a self-motivated Graduate Building Surveyor with some industry experience and a strong interest in built heritage to join our specialist team. The role would be based in London and generally the southeast of the UK with some travel possible nationally. Built heritage experience is not essential but would be preferable. Your responsibilities and duties would include but are not limited to the following:
Carrying out buildings/structures research, condition assessments, investigations, completing schedules of work, long term maintenance plans, managing materials analysis, on-site (mid-project) survey work and reporting. You would be required to complete and have training in health and safety risk assessments, method statements and environmental management of your work.
We operate as a Principal Contractor as well as providing consultancy services. There is career progression, with the opportunity to manage clients and gain confidence through work, for the right Graduate Building Surveyor. Whilst we cannot provide an APC training framework, the experience gained in this role would assist you in many of the RICS technical and mandatory competencies for Building Surveying.
You would typically have a BSc in Building Surveying and would work closely with the company technical team and Director as well as the Estimating, and Contracts teams on a range of prestigious Conservation and Restoration projects.
Salary & Benefits
• Salary would be between £27- £32K per annum dependent upon experience
• 25 days holiday rising with length of service, inclusion in company pension scheme
• Working hours would be typically 40hrs per week Monday to Friday
(Occasional weekend work required with time off in lieu)
• All travel and work expenses reimbursed
• RICS subscriptions paid
• Company laptop and mobile phone
• Flexible working (however you will need to be present in the office often)
If you think this role might be for you, we’d love to hear from you, please get in touch.
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