Permanent Assistant Building Surveyor
We are working in partnership with a globally renowned client, who is looking for an Assistant Building Surveyor to join their office in Bristol.
What you will be doing:
- Assist Building Surveyors in the delivery of building surveying services, including surveys, dilapidation advice, party wall advice, and construction projects for new builds, renovations, and maintenance works – from feasibility through to design, contract administration to handover and post completion reviews.
- Assisting Building Surveyors with the preparation of:
- Feasibility studies, prepare cost plans
- Designs and detailed specifications
- Submissions for planning and building regulation approvals
- Tender documentation and managing the tender process, including designing tender marking schemes.
- Assisting building surveyors with:
- Evaluating and reporting on tenders
- Administration of construction contracts
- Undertaking surveys including condition surveys, DDA, Fire Risk Assessments, Schedules of Condition and Acquisition Surveys.
- Preparing reports for customers
- Undertaking party wall surveyor duties
- Providing dilapidations advice and delivering dilapidations assessments and negotiating with other parties
- Undertaking quality monitoring roles of major construction projects.
- Successfully complete the company’s internal APC preparation programme; and self-development training in readiness for attaining Chartered status (RICS)
- Ensuring that all quantitative and financial information has been independently checked before issue, including maintaining evidence of independent checks.
Who they are looking for:
- As a Graduate, you will develop knowledge and experience in the following:
Building surveying practices and procedures; Contract administration procedures; Compliance audits and surveys; Managing contractor activities pre and post-construction; Tendering; Party wall matters; Dilapidations; Design procedures and controls; Construction quality and monitoring.
- Clear and effective communication skills – both oral and written.
- Good organisational skills and the ability to quickly adapt to changes.
- Sound problem solving, negotiating skills, financial and numeracy management skills.
- Sound ICT Skills, with a high level of proficiency in MS Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- Ability to work as part of a team.
- RICS exempting or non-exempting degree.
What they offer:
- Opportunities to develop and grow your career.
- A contributory pension scheme.
- Employee Assistance Programme.
- Our global travel scholarship programme.
- Flexible working arrangements.