A new addition is sought for our Reinstatement Cost Assessment team within a renowned building surveying group. This team, an integral part of this award-winning company, operates nationwide.
Due to increased demands in the North and Midlands regions, they are seeking an additional building surveyor situated in the Midlands or the North of England to contribute to the team's growth.
For those unfamiliar, a Reinstatement Cost Assessment determines the reconstruction value of a property in the event of destruction, be it due to a fire or a severe storm. This includes professional fees, demolition and site clearance costs, as well as the costs of materials. Notably, it disregards land values and remains unrelated to the market sale value of a property.
In this role, you will collaborate with an expert director and a team with a proven track record in insurance and RCAs. Our established procedures ensure accurate and comprehensible reports, facilitating easy communication of values to clients and insurers. Your primary responsibility will involve contributing to Reinstatement Cost Assessments through on-site inspections, focusing on the Midlands or North, depending on your location.
You need not be a building surveyor by profession; if you are, support and rotation for APC qualification can be provided for other teams involved in major works and general building surveying. If you're not a building surveyor, perhaps you work as a property manager, estate agent, or insurance broker seeking a unique opportunity.
The ideal candidate:
Is comfortable working remotely.
Resides around the Birmingham, Nottingham, Leicester, Lincoln, Sheffield, Leeds, or Yorkshire area to expand our current operational areas.
Is self-motivated, self-reliant, and ambitious to advance their career.
Possesses excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Exhibits a 'can do' attitude, focusing on problem-solving and learning through experience.
Demonstrates a business-minded approach, understanding their impact on overheads, profit, and loss.
Ideally holds an RICS accredited degree in Building Surveying, Quantity Surveying, or Planning & Development.
May have CILA membership or past experience in property management, loss adjusting, or insurance broking.
Ideally has knowledge of or contacts within Asset Management and Property Management, particularly in the Midlands/North of England.Job Offer
Rewards and Benefits (in addition to standard perks):
A fulfilling role within an award-winning group of companies with nationwide coverage and expertise in all built environment disciplines.
Unlimited annual leave.
Full hybrid work-from-home permissions.
Salary reviews every 60 days with increases based on performance.
Promotion opportunities to Senior level possible after 12-18 months.
A 'solutions not problems' focus in a 'never blame, only learn from' small company environment.
CPD available, along with APC training and collaboration with other staff members.
Supply of all IT equipment (laptop, large screen, mobile phone) and H&S equipment.
Coverage of all work-related travel expenses.
Option for a company car (taxable benefit/salary deduction).
Team away days, company excursions, outdoor pursuits for charity, sponsorships, etc.
Participation in conferences, showcasing the brand through case studies, and attendance at events
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