MRICS qualified, £40-50,000 + Bonus + Benefits
We currently have opportunities for surveyors based in, or around, the following postcode areas:
CV – Coventry; OX – Oxford; NR – Norwich; IP – Ipswich; IG/RM/E – Ilford, Romford, East London; G – Glasgow; EH – Edinburgh; M – Manchester; SK – Stockport; NE – Newcastle; BN – Brighton; PO – Portsmouth; LA – Lancaster; BB – Blackburn; WR – Worcester; HR – Hereford.
We’re looking for Chartered Surveyors (MRICS/FRICS preferred, in some circumstances we can accept Assoc. RICS) who will carry out mortgage valuations, homebuyer reports and building surveys for lenders and private customers. Your background may not be residential surveying (e.g. building surveyor, loss adjuster etc.) but we’re willing to provide full training and support to the right candidate. We are also able to consider flexible working options including part time hours. Salary is dependent on location and experience.
We are a family run company based in Chippenham with a fun, caring culture that recognises ‘people are key to the success of our business‘.
- fee income related bonus scheme
- above average holiday entitlement (25 days plus bank holidays)
- car allowance
- RICS membership fees
- childcare vouchers
- high street shopping discount scheme
- formal CPD training
- mentoring for new recruits
- funded staff events
We even have two office dogs!
How to apply:
If you think your skills and experience match one of our vacancies and you would like to know more please contact Lisa Fife our HR manager on 01249 444465. Alternatively, click here to send your CV and a covering letter, including your contact telephone number via email.
White Horse Surveyors is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy or maternity. If you require any reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process, please advise us accordingly.
No recruitment agencies please.