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Building Surveyor - School Condition Surveys etc.
Title: Building Surveyor - School Condition Surveys etc. logo #10433
Category: Surveying
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £34,000.00 - £36,000.00
Salary per: annum
Location: England, East Midlands, Leicestershire, Leicester
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I am seeking a number of Building Surveyors with experience of assessing Building element condition, i.e. condition surveys for schools and colleges across the East Mildands and surrounding areas.

This role will be initially for 12 months but could be for up to 3 years.


My client is a large multi disciplinary firm of consultants with offices across the UK.


You will need to have a minimum of three years building surveying experience and to have gained experience of doing Condition Surveys to assess the building element condition.

You will have a Building Surveying or similar Degree or Diploma.

You should have gained experience of using tablet based data collection technologies.

You should have good communication skills to be able to undertake the pre survey meetings with schools.

You must hold the Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) certificate and this must be dated no more than 3 years old.

A lease car will be provided by my client as you will go to various sites.

Salary for this role in the region of £33 to £36K plus lease car, pension etc.

Please email your c.v. preferably in MS Word via this website or give me, Denise Neville a call on for an informal and confidential discussion.
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