Independent Chartered Surveyors specialising in valuation, general practice, building surveying and architectural services across Southern England are looking for a Residential Surveyor to be based in Hampshire.
Responsibilities for the successful candidate will include:
> Assisting with and undertaking a range of general practice surveying duties including homebuyer reports, building surveys and valuations for a variety of panels, major banks and private clients
> Liaising with clients on a daily basis
> Promotion of the business through networking
The successful candidate must be a RICS qualified surveyor and an independent worker capable of prioritising their own workload and meeting deadlines. It is very important to possess a full clean UK driving license due to the requirement to travel for the role.
There are opportunities to progress within the organisation and a competitive salary and benefits package will therefore be offered to the right candidate including a car or car allowance.
Due to recent company expansion there are excellent career prospects for promotion in the near future.
My client is a well-established independent firm of Chartered Surveyors providing a wide range of high quality services.
Due to expansion they are looking for a Commercial Valuation Surveyor to join the team.
Responsibilities will include:
> Assisting with and undertaking commercial property valuations (including some residential work)
> Undertaking rent reviews
> Carrying out property searches and acquisitions
> Confident client facing
> Support to the Commercial Agency department when required
> Business Development and when networking
The successful candidate must:
> Be MRICS, AssocRICS or FRICS
> Demonstrate a working knowledge and understanding of commercial leases
> Confident, experienced in a similar role able to work to deadlines
> Able to work alone as well as part of a team
> Able to demonstrate a flexible attitude, good communication skills and embrace office working
> Full clean UK driving license
> A background in commercial agency would be an advantage
In return you will receive a competitive salary with a car allowance or company car with benefits.
Our Client, an Award Winning International Landcape Architects are currently seeking a Graduate Landscape Architect to work on International projects
The company pride themselves on offering real opportunities for talented people demonstrating exceptional skills and promise, language skills advantageous. Projects include corporate offices, urban regeneration, university campus, stadia, waterfront, coastal schemes, parks, leisure/masterplanning & resorts.
The successful candidate must be a talented and dynamic team player, demonstrating design flair, attention to detail, and originality of thought, combined with an ability to work under your own initiative.
You must be proficient in MS Office, AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, Sketchup and knowledge of languages would be an advantage.
Established Building Consultancy are looking to expand their team with an additional a Building Surveyor to be based in their Hampshire office.
Ideally, candidates will meet the following criteria for the position:-
- BSc (Hons) in Building Surveying or equivalent
- MRICS Recently Chartered Building Surveyor (candidates with over 2 years of experience currently undertaking their APC and due to sit final assessment within 12 months will be considered)
- A minimum of two years' experience working within a similar organisation and role
- Previous exposure to and demonstration of good working relationship with clients, both private and internally within the business
- General Building Surveying skills including dilapidations, survey reports, technical due diligence, specification writing for repairs, refurbishment and maintenance projects
- Clear technical writing abilities and effective communication skills
- Organised, diligent, assertive with a commercially minded outlook
- A team player with a positive attitude befitting the role of a professional Building Surveyor within a dynamic property consultancy
The individual will be part of a small team of building surveyors operating predominantly in the Solent and surrounding areas. Full clean driving licence required.
Main responsibilities will be to provide building surveying technical support to a range of external clients, including referral work from internal departments within the business, achieving successful outcomes for both.
The role will cover the full spectrum of building surveying services, including the full range of commercial survey work, advisory reports, design and specification, contract administration, dilapidations and negotiations. Experience in commercial property dilapidations is essential.
The successful candidate will be expected to manage workload, individual fee income, to report back to the Head of Building Consultancy and further chains of management within the company.
All fee earning staff are encouraged to take part in active business development activities and cross selling of the business and to represent the company in a professional manner.
A competitive package will be on offer based on qualifications and experience.
Our client is one of the UK's most respected environmental companies. They work with a great variety of clients across many sectors including charitable trusts, local authorities, private landowners and agricultural establishments They are now seeking to recruit an experienced Ecologist
-Degree in Ecology or related subject.
-Full member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management.
-At least 4 years of working within the field of Ecological Consultancy.
-Holder of protected species licences (great crested newt and bat licences preferred).
-Experience of undertaking Phase 1 habitat survey, Preliminary Ecological Appraisal and providing chapters for Ecological Impact Assessment (EcIA).
-Excellent written communication skills and experience of producing high quality reports.
-Attention to detail and methodical approach to tasks.
-Professional appearance and manner with clients.
-Ability to work away from the main office including overnight stays when required.
-Driving licence and access to own vehicle.
-Willingness to work evenings and early mornings when required, often at short notice.
-Use and implementation of GIS systems for habitat mapping and ecological data capture.
-Experience in application for European Protected Species Mitigation Licences.
The client would be especially interested in candidates with a background in implementing GIS systems with regards habitat mapping and ecological data capture, and experience of designing mitigation strategies and applying for European Protected Species Mitigation Licences for projects involving great crested newts.
In return, the company is offering a competitive salary with bonuses and profit share. The successful candidate will have an opportunity to attend appropriate training courses to enhance their career and to gain further knowledge in specialist fields.
Our client is a well-established and respected Consultancy who specialise in Environmental Planning and Contemporary Landscape and Urban Design.
At the moment they are actively seeking an Architectural Technician and/or Revit Technician to join their team in Hampshire. The successful candidate will be working alongside the Principal Architects and Team Directors and be responsible for the production of planning, building regulation and detailed construction drawings.
As an Architectural Technician, to apply you must hold a degree in Architectural Technology (or similar) and have an excellent working knowledge of AutoCAD, REVIT and Adobe software. In addition you must also need to demonstrate excellent written and verbal communications skills.
This is an excellent opportunity for candidates to showcase their talents and make a significant contribution to the Design offering from the company's office. An attractive salary and benefits package is on offer for the right candidate
Our Client a leading Ecological Consultancy is now looking to recruit an Assistant Ecologist to join their Hampshire team.
Your role would contain the delivery of site surveys, mitigation, reporting and advisory work. Duties to include ecological surveys, desk study and report writing, mitigation design, site supervision, BREEAM assessments and liaison with internal/external clients and sub-contractors.
-Great Crested Newt licence
-Understanding of protected species legislation and survey methodology required
-The ability to communicate effectively with other team members using a variety of media
-Ecological survey, assessment and report writing experience is desirable
-Previous experience of working with protected species
-Some understanding of the ecological requirements of BREEAM an advantage
-The ability to communicate in a fluent and positive manner and produce clear and concise written documents in English
-Qualified to degree level, preferably to MSc level in a relevant environmental science
-Associate or Graduate Member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management preferred
In return the client offer a competitive basic salary with an excellent benefits package
Our client is an established consultancy undertaking a wide range of assignments, providing practical and innovative designs, for clients in the private, public and corporate sectors.
Due to expansion, they are currently looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Landscape Architect to join their team in Hampshire.
You will be required to work on a varied portfolio of projects and actively participate in the continued growth of the business.
The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications and experience:
-Part IV qualified or equivalent
-At least two to three years experience
-Proficiency in CAD and hard landscape design/construction
-Have experience working on a wide range of projects
-Be able to work well as part of a team, and have good communication skills
In return, the company is offering a competitive salary to the right candidate.
Our client is seeking enthusiastic Graduates to join their new and exciting Water & Air Hygiene Trainee/Graduate Programme.
The role will be mainly site based, working in the Hampshire area.
The purpose of the programme is to develop and train university leavers in all aspects of the water and air hygiene business. All areas of the business will be covered including:
o The role and responsibilities of the service technician/service engineer within the air & water divisions
o The role and responsibilities of a pre commissioning cleaning engineer
o Risk assessments & indoor air quality monitoring
o Sales and account management
o Administration, planning and scheduling
o Health & Safety
o Purchase ledger, buying, invoicing and cash collection
o Stock control & warehouse
Full training will be given in each area either by external courses or internal/onsite training. All areas of the business will be covered to give the trainee/graduate the most rounded overview of this sector.
The programme will be a minimum 1 year with a maximum 2 year period. Within this period the management team and the graduate/trainee will identify the best and most appropriate role for themselves.
Other areas that will be covered throughout the program will be confined spaces training, first aid, asbestos & Legionella awareness, Air Hygiene including kitchen extract and general extract systems, Sales/Account management & administration/planning and scheduling, Water Hygiene, Indoor Air Quality Monitoring and Legionella Risk Assessment of Water Systems (WMS).
Other areas of development subject to identification of the preferential/most suitable area for the trainee/graduate may include system training, sales training, management training, finance training.
Salary per annum
1st year £ 16,500.00
2nd year £ 18,500.00
Successful Completion of year 2 £ 20,500.00
Our client is a professional, independent environmental consultancy operating throughout the UK with a friendly and open professional culture. Now looking to strengthen and grow their ecological team, they are recruiting Ecologists of varying levels to be based in Hampshire.
Main job roles;
-Undertake site assessment, desk study and report writing with support from other team members;
-Assist other project team members, subcontractors and seasonal staff in surveys for a range of species.
-Provide support for Ecological Impact Assessments and Habitat Regulations Assessments.
-Liaise with colleagues, contractors and clients to ensure effective project delivery.
-Develop your technical and consultancy skills, paying attention to both the company and CIEEM's CPD requirements.
-Previous experience as a Graduate or Assistant Ecologist in a consultancy or advisory role.
-A degree in ecology/biological conservation (or similar)
-Experience of ecological field work including Phase 1 habitat survey and some protected species survey capability. A protected species survey licence would be an advantage.
In return, a competitive salary is on offer for the right person, along with generous benefits package including annual training budget, pension scheme and healthcare. They will also consider flexible working hours/days and specific requirements.