SENIOR SURVEYOR (COMMERCIAL VALUATIONS), LONDON

UK-London
Job ID
2017-1148
Category
Asset Management
Type
Permanent Full-Time

Overview

Cluttons is currently recruiting for a Senior Surveyor in our Commercial Valuations team in London.  The Valuation Business Line is a key strength in the London office and as a Senior Surveyor, requirements include conducting a mix of appraisal and valuation work for both investment portfolio and banking clients in addition to consultancy advice for both public and private sector clients.  We cover all commercial property sectors, so the successful applicant will need to have flexibility and a broad market knowledge. 

The role offers a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to further their skills across a wide range of clients and market sectors with the potential to progress.

Responsibilities

  • Deliver fee income commensurate with role
  • High quality presentation skills, with the ability to present information accurately and succinctly both orally and in reports
  • Ability to reach firm and justifiable conclusions on values for work undertaken by yourself and junior members of the team
  • Ability to work virtually unsupervised and with minimal peer review
  • Ability to co-ordinate and manage larger and more complicated instructions, including the time and resources of junior members of the team, including quality control
  • Ability to deal with several instructions at the same time efficiently and effectively
  • Undertake a role in the promotion and development of the Valuation offering across the Firm
  • Actively manage and grow client base to deliver financial goals
  • Contribute to Graduate development

Qualifications

  • Educated to degree level
  • MRICS
  • Driving licence
  • Demonstrable record of delivery in the UK Real Estate market, with a strong background and track record in Valuation
  • Previous experience and evidence of enhancing performance through growth and profitability
  • Developing market profile as a new business generator

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