Real Estate Surveyor - Isle of Scilly

Job Type:
Permanent
Job Sector:
Construction
Region:
South West
Location:
Old Grimsby
Salary Description:
Competitive
Posted:
07/06/2018
Recruiter:
Additional Resources
Job Ref:
HAL/D/038315

Real Estate Surveyor - Isle of Scilly

Salary - £25k - £30k + 25 day holiday + public holidays +Contributory Pension

Key skills: Excellent Communication, IT skills, administrative and research skills

The Client

Our client are looking to recruit a Real Estate Surveyor for a private estate which funds the public, charitable and private activities for the client.

The Role

An opportunity has arisen for a 2 year fixed term contract for a Rural Estate Surveyor in Estate`s office in Isles of Scilly. Working as part of a dedicated small team responsible for managing the client`s interests in the Isles of Scilly, the role involves a broad range of professional estate management work reflective of the natural and built environment of Scilly.
The successful post holder will be responsible for:
Liaising with tenants and others on a variety of issues.
Under-taking a range of rental and licence reviews of residential property, land and commercial property.
Carrying out property inspections.
Updating the property terrier.
Identifying and resolving property maintenance and repair issues.
Assisting with debtor management.
Assist with woodland and environmental management
Deal with the preparation of documentation re-letting properties and liaising with in-going and out-going tenants.
Coordinate the clients Health & Safety policy for the Isles of Scilly.
Ad hoc project work.

It is envisaged that the successful candidate will either be a recently qualified Chartered Surveyor via the Rural pathway or have experience of working in an estate office, letting agency, or similar, seeking an opportunity within a busy and diverse working environment

KNOWLEDGE/EXPERIENCE/SKILLS REQUIRED

Essential:

A professional property qualification such as MRICS or FAAV
The ability to work both as part of a close knit team and autonomously
Strong organisational skills, with a systematic approach to problem solving.
Working within and understanding adopted health & safety policies

Desirable:

Knowledge of building anatomy and identifying and resolving defects
Experience of working within designated landscapes
An understanding of woodland management and environmental schemes.
Ability to build professional relationships at all levels

You will be an excellent communicator, being able to converse effectively with other members of the team. You are very tactful; organised and systematic; able to build positive working relationships at all levels. Able to deal professionally with tenants and suppliers; precise and accurate in your work, with good self-checking; open to discussion, change and development; easygoing yet professional, self-directed and productive; well organised and able to work under pressure at busy times.

Prior to applying for this opportunity, please ensure your CV details all relevant experience relevant to the above role.

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