Atkins Search are actively recruiting for a Building Surveyor to join a highly reputable and successful Construction Consultancy based in Birmingham.
The role would involve you working on a variety of interesting projects across a variety of sectors, including public realm, education, residential, retail, and many more. Your responsibilities would include project work, general condition surveys, professional building surveying, dilapidations, design, party wall, and pre-acquisition surveys. You will be also be involved in client development, financial forecasting, and growth.
This is a fantastic career opportunity with an established and exciting multi-disciplinary practice. This role has excellent prospects and would suit a highly ambitious individual who enjoys working collaboratively within a vibrant team. In return, our Client is offering a competitive remuneration package in addition to an excellent benefits package.
As Building Surveyor, some of your responsibilities would include:
Hands-on delivery of building surveying services
Building condition surveys, including building services
Defect diagnosis & solution
Client management and development
Technical reviews to manage the quality of services
Desirable experience and skills:
RICS, MRICS or APC (or working towards)
Strong technical building surveying background
Experience of autonomously delivering projects
Ability to manage own workload
Excellent communication and client-facing skills and a strong ability to produce considered and robust reports and recommendations
An analytical mind
Please note – Assistant Building Surveyors seeking the next step in their career will also be considered for the role of Building Surveyor.
Atkins Search act as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. We specialise in Construction, Consultancy, Residential and Infrastructure recruitment and service the East and West Midlands, South Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Lincolnshire, Peterborough and Northern Home Counties regions.