Our client is one of Europe's leading environmental consultants offering multidisciplinary expertise across a wide range of specialist areas. Due to the nature of the company they are able to deal with a large variety of projects while still maintaining their firm client care values.
Due to continued expansion they are currently recruiting for an experienced Ecologist to join their Environmental team in the Oxfordshire area.
As an Ecologist you will carry out the following duties:
Undertaking Phase 1 Habitat Surveys and Phase 2 Protected Species Surveys, including data requests
Producing ecological assessment reports and advising clients on mitigation
Overseeing mitigation for protected species such as badgers, great crested newts and reptiles
Ecological clerk of works
Producing ecology sections of BREEAM and CSH assessments
Candidates will have a high level of ecological survey, assessment and report writing skills and experience of working with protected species essential. Ideally 2-3 years of consultancy experience. Experience of working with bats, badgers and great crested newts preferred, including appropriate licences. Ideally you will have considerable experience of protected species survey and mitigation
The successful candidate will hold a degree in appropriate subject e.g. Ecology, Biological Sciences, Environmental Management required.
Full Member of Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management preferred
I am working on behalf of a Chartered Surveying practise who are well established and have a wide range of clients. They are experiencing an increase in workload in the Building Surveying department and are consequently looking to add to the team.
You will need to meet the following criteria:
- Building Surveying or related degree
- At least 3 years' post qualification experience as an assistant surveyor looking to work independently
- Previous experience of preparation of dilapidations reports and Party Wall notices/awards
- Domestic and commercial project experience
- Worked as part of a Building Surveying team
- Worked on own initiative to deadlines
Due to the nature of the business and need to travel to sites and client meetings all applicants must hold a valid UK driving licence
You will be given a competitive salary with an ongoing training programme with support if you are enrolled on the APC.
I am working with a national property consultants with offices throughout the UK. They are currently looking for an experienced, commercially minded Building Surveyor to join our established, busy team in the Oxfordshire region. You will assist in generating fees through the management and development of existing clients and new clients; whilst contributing towards the achievement of key objectives within the department.
You will be MRICS qualified Building Surveyor with high quality, varied post qualification experience. The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic individual who wishes to establish themselves and make a significant contribution to developing business. Strong communication skills are essential, along with commercial acumen and strong technical competence.
You will provide a comprehensive building surveying service to clients and will advise and support the wider team on both commercial and residential properties. Additionally, you will be required to prepare schedules of dilapidation and will lead on the subsequent negotiations with opposing clients and professional representatives.
In depth knowledge of landlord and tenant legislation is essential and the ability to project manage and investigate and advise on specific building defects are high on the list of requirements. Providing insurance valuations and acting as an expert witness in building and property disputes means that you will need high attention to detail.
Travel is involved, so a driving licence is required in this role.
If you don't have the relevant skills required for this particular position please get in contact as we have other Building Surveying and General Practice vacancies throughout the UK from Graduate level to Director/Partner, some of which are not advertised due to the clients request.
Our client is a Landscape Architecture Consultancy that offer a wide variety of Design and Environmental services to both the public and private sector.
Due to an increase in work, they are currently seeking a Landscape Architect to join their ambitious and progressive team in Oxfordshire.
They have an impressive portfolio of national and regional projects at all stages of the planning, design and construction process including development promotion, masterplanning, public realm design, rural and green infrastructure planning and design.
The post will be to support the Senior team on a variety of projects in the areas of conceptual design, detailed design and project management Other areas you will be involved in will include landscape character assessment, environmental planning and environmental impact assessment while utilising and developing the use of GIS as a tool. There will also be elements of client facing responsibilities and attend site visits to assist/advise on landscape surveys.
Applicants must have a degree/diploma in Landscape Architecture or a related discipline and a minimum of 1 years previous experience. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential for the role as is the capacity to work with others in an inspiring team environment.
In return, the company is offering a competitive salary with bonus packages for the right candidates. There is excellent opportunity to progress in the industry with ongoing training, exciting projects and P2C support when the time is right. They also offer flexible working hours to help with good work/life balance.
Leader in the Construction Industry has an exciting opportunity for a Chartered Building Surveyor with Project Management experience to join their team in Oxfordshire with regular work in Oxfordshire.
The responsibilities of this role include a range of Building Surveying duties including Project Management; including conducting Building Surveys and providing pre-purchase advice, contract administration, Party Walls, dilapidations and landlord and tenant advice, production of specifications and architectural drawings for refurbishment or new build schemes, defect analysis and building pathology.
You will also have additional duties working with the department head with business development and generation across the region
My client is looking for only candidates with a Building Surveying degree with a background working on a broad range of residential projects
You must be Chartered - MRICS qualified
You will be a competent individual who has a professional approach together with excellent verbal and written communication skills
The salary on offer will be highly competitive in the industry and will offer excellent training and future prospects
Multi-Disciplined Consultancy based in Oxfordshire are recruiting for a Chartered Building Surveyor.
You will be responsible to the Directors of the company taking the role of Contract Administrator/Employers Agent on development project and planned maintenance works, delivering Building Surveys and homebuyer reports, Party Wall advice and Project Monitoring for stakeholders.
The principle objectives of the role will be to provide a first class service to clients, assist in increasing a range of services offered and assist in improving management procedures. You will be providing guidance on fee structures for new and existing services and assist in the development and expansion of the company.
More detail of the specific tasks will include:
- Preparation of Contract documentation
- Contractor selection & appointment
- Providing advice on design & specification
- Contract supervision
- Ensuring funding conditions are achieved
- Ensuring client needs and expectations are achieved
- Take instructions for Building Surveys and fee quotation for service
- Undertake site survey and issue report to client
- Act as Building Owner and Adjoining Owners surveyor in Party Wall matters
- Grow the service line by increasing number of appointments and turnover
- For project monitoring you will be asked to carry out initial appraisals of a project and issue report to clients after visiting site and liaising with the borrower
- You will undertake periodic inspections
- Identify new client opportunities
Property Consultancy with offices Nationwide are looking for an experienced Building Surveyor as an addition to their team reporting to the Head of Commercial Building Surveying.
You will be working on a range of instructions from clients and colleagues to include dilapidations, Schedules of Condition, inspections, acquisition surveys, party wall awards etc.
You should be able to demonstrate due diligence in carrying out professional work for clients
Preparing specifications and contract tender documentation under the supervision of senior surveyors, liaising with the relevant parties internally and externally to ensure timely completion and delivery
Supervise contractors, liaise with clients and other consultants as required
The successful candidate will be a Chartered Building Surveyor and will have:
- A relevant and RICS accredited qualification in Building Surveying, or equivalent, with significant and varied PQE
- Awareness and understanding of issues affecting the economy and the implications on the company and specifically Building Surveying
- Experience of recording of time, expenses etc. and understanding of turnover/income, profit and gross margin
You will be rewarded with a competitive salary and benefits package which will be appropriate to the level of experience and ability of the successful candidate.
Our client is a leading environmental planning and design consultancy that provides multi-disciplinary environmental services worldwide and deals with a wide range of clients. They offer integrated, comprehensive advice on a broad range of environmental and sustainability issues. Due to continued expansion, they now require a Landscape Architect to join their office in Oxfordshire.
The role will involve high-end landscape design, landscape character assessments and landscape visual impact assessments.
Applicants must have a relevant qualification in Landscape Architecture and have at least 3 years post Part IV qualification experience. This experience should have included landscape character assessment and visual impact assessment along with business development activities. Outstanding writing skills and an aptitude for design are essential as are excellent interpersonal and presentation skills.
In return our client is offering the successful candidate a competitive salary plus additional benefits.
Our Client is an award winning consultancy with specialisms in landscape architecture, urban design, environmental planning, and renewable energy. They have an impressive portfolio of global, national and regional projects at all stages of the planning, design and construction process including development promotion, masterplanning, public realm design, rural and green infrastructure planning and design.
They are currently seeking a talented Landscape Architect/Landscape Planner with at least 3 years post-graduation experience to join their team in Oxfordshire on a full time basis.
The post is to support their development promotion and infrastructure projects with landscape and visual impact assessments (LVIAs) and other work primarily on energy projects, major commercial developments and mixed use masterplans.
The successful candidate should have a keen interest and ability in written work, assessment and have a rigorous approach to your work with the ability to question, investigate and analyse. An enthusiasm for learning and healthy balance of self-confidence, team-mindedness and independence are key and working under the guidance of senior staff is of the utmost importance.
The practice offers great opportunities for professional and career development within a friendly, supportive and stimulating environment, and an excellent remuneration package to suit.
Are you a Chartered Building Surveyors with a minimum 2 years' experience in private practice? If you are and want a rewarding career where your opinion matters and you can make your mark on a well-established firm in the Oxfordshire region then read on.
My client offers building surveying, quantity surveying and architectural services to a wide range of public and private sector clients. They are Party Wall Surveyors who act as Employers Agent. You will be responsible for traditional Building Surveying duties including new build, alteration and conversion projects including Listed Buildings and other traditional structures.
I am ideally looking for someone that has previous experience in a similar role undertaking structural surveys; investigate and diagnose building defects; prepare planned maintenance schedules, schedules of dilapidation, schedules of condition, specifications and schedules of work. Excellent communication and networking skills are required for this client facing role.
The role includes:
- Design, detailing and specification of building works (CAD skills an advantage)
- Contract Administration
- Building surveys, defects investigations, dilapidation claims, schedules of condition and maintenance reports
- Commercial property - landlord and tenant facing
- Rural Estates and buildings
- Period property
- Party Wall
You will be rewarded with a competitive salary with excellent benefits to match including a generous holiday allowance and flexible hours.