Graduate surveyor

Description

We are a business with exciting sustainable growth plans over the next few years looking for amazing people who want to grow along with us.

We are a business that values our people. We've launched exciting people initiatives to better our people's experience and we engage with our people to listen to their needs and wants. We have adopted a hybrid working policy that gives our people the flexibility they want and we reward and recognise them well through numerous ways including our extensive benefits package and the way we align our support to match their career goals.

We employ 250 staff in the UK with a fast-growing presence, headquartered in London and serving a wide range of clients. We have established a strong track record and reputation as the ‘partner with a purpose’ to help each client get the most out of their property.

Through our network of offices in the UK, we offer a wide range of property services including consultancy, management, investment and commercial agency, residential sales & lettings.

The role

As a Graduate Surveyor, you will be required to assist the team in a wide range of work with private sector and public clients.

Responsibilities

  • Working with qualified surveyors to identify and determine client requirements
  • Attend client meetings as required
  • Actively participate in understanding and meeting colleague and clients requirements
  • Develop understanding of the procurement process on behalf of clients
  • Ensure compliance with Cluttons working policies and procedures
  • Work effectively under pressure, remaining calm and approachable
  • Participate in client meetings where required
  • Work to standard required by RICS and maintain ethical standards
  • Ensure all work undertaken is produced accurately to standards in a timely and efficient manner
  • Commitment to completing the APC training programme
  • Contribute to the production of tender documentation
  • Research and draft reports

Requirements

  • Educated to degree level in a RICS accredited first degree or masters degree
  • A team player able to work effectively on their own with supervision
  • Excellent interfacing skills with clients and fellow professionals
  • Ability to demonstrate initiative in a busy office with a varied case load
  • Strong communication and time management skills

Benefits

  • Hybrid working - to give you the flexibility you need
  • Holidays: 25 days increasing in line with length of service to a maximum of 30 days
  • Enhanced auto enrolment pension scheme - to help you save for the future
  • Life assurance - to protect your loved ones should the worst happen
  • Interest free season ticket loans
  • Cycle to work scheme - discounted bicycles
  • Flu and eye care vouchers - to keep you healthy
  • Employee Assistance Programme - 24/7 health & wellbeing support
  • Help@Hand Remote GP app - to give you and your family access to medical experts quickly
  • Platform hosting 1000s of discounts at your favourite retailers, restaurants, supermarkets, leisure & days out venues, gyms and more
  • Family & wellbeing policy - including enhanced maternity pay, menopause support, neurodiversity support, carer support, company sick pay and much more

Plus a Flexible benefits policy that allows you to pick and choose additional benefits as below:

  • Purchasing up to 5 days additional holiday
  • Discounted gym membership
  • Discounted dental insurance
  • Discounted private medical insurance for family cover
  • Discounted critical health insurance and more