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RICS Recruit

Opportunities for Residential Surveyors UK wide With pay reviews completed, withheld bonuses paid and 2016 well and truly underway, how does your current deal stack up against the various other opportunities out there? You could respond to a variety of adverts and run the risk of someone discovering your curiosity… or…you could speak to the agency whose client base makes up the bigger picture and explore the market discreetly with no obligation or risk…what have you got to lose? With a two decade sector association, wide ranging (and often exclusive) client base and in-depth knowledge of each company through years of close working, we welcome enquiries (in confidence, without obligation and however speculative) from: • Residential surveyors already working in the sector • Residential surveyors who left the sector post 2008, but would like to return with refresher training • Semi-retired surveyors (with residential experience) keen to keep active on a part-time/flexible basis • MRICS-qualified surveyors with relevant – although perhaps not direct – inspection or valuation experience. • Staff Valuers/ Residential Surveyors keen to work client side We can help you achieve: • An improvement in earnings, be that basic salary or a bonus scheme that offers greater incentives • A reduction in hours or a move to part-time or zero hours working • A reduction in the volume of work that you are expected to handle • An improvement in the general quality of your instructions Current vacancies include: Opportunities for experienced Residential Surveyors within corporate environments: All London postcodes (N, NW, W, SW, SE & E), Essex (SS, CM, RM, CO, IG & E), Hertfordshire(AL, SG, WD, EN), Bedfordshire/Luton (LU, MK), M4 Corridor generally (SL, RG, OX, SN), East & West Sussex (BN, TN, RH),

Dorset, (DT, BH), Hampshire (SO, PO), Surrey (CR, TW, KT, SM, GU), Kent (ME,TN, CT, BR, DA), Plymouth, Gloucestershire (GL), Bristol (BS), CB, S, NR, Cardiff/South Newport (CF, NP), Chichester, Basingstoke Aberdeen, Northants, Uxbridge, Harrow, Twickenham, Swindon, Leicester, Yorkshire. Remuneration includes a basic salary of £40-65k (depending on location), bonuses (based on fee income), a car (or allowance), healthcare and pension. Opportunities for first time entrants / Trainee Residential Surveyors nationally Our client is an independent, wellestablished and growing firm of chartered surveyors undertaking the full range of survey and valuation services for main lenders and private clients. They are able to train enthusiastic chartered surveyors from most backgrounds so previous residential surveying experience is not essential. Opportunities currently exist in London, Kent, Sussex, Bucks, Midlands, Wales and Cheshire, with additional vacancies following weekly. Basic salary to £50k + Bonuses + Car allowance

over quantity (but not at the expense of security) and, as such, surveyors working for them are not put under the same pressures as they might be elsewhere in the sector. Vacancies exist in the following locations immediately with additional needs following on a near weekly basis: South London, South Hampshire (Portsmouth/Southampton/ Winchester), Chilterns, North West London, North East London/Essex, Kent, Oxford, Bristol/Bath. Chichester, North London, Reading, St Albans, Bromley, Dartford, East London, SW London, Loughton/ Chigwell, Romford, Colchester, Chelmsford, Milton Keynes. Basic salary circa £50k+ with excellent “zero threshold” bonus scheme, quality car and benefits.

To find out more or apply, contact:

James Irving 0208 514 9120 Jamesi@bblproperty.co.uk www.bblproperty.co.uk

Opportunities within panel– appointed, non-corporate practicebased environments Our clients are traditional, independent private practices who service main lender, private client and in-house (agency) instructions undertaking the full range of residential reports for high average fees. Their ethos is quality

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