Surveying - Connells Survey & Valuation, Nationwide
Connells Survey & Valuation realise the importance in the next generation of professional Surveyors so we have put in place our in-house, paid AssocRICS training programme during which you will have access to first - class structured training and support throughout your time with the company. We believe that technical training must be combined with on-the-job work experience so trainees benefit from shadowing experienced Surveyors alongside participation in classroom sessions.
We combine classroom learning with regular assessment and practical experience, and aim to provide our Trainees with the skills needed for a long and successful career as a Valuation Surveyor.
Our Trainee AssocRICS Surveyors will have the opportunity for a long and successful career with Connells Survey and Valuation, one of the country's leading surveying firms, where over time there will be genuine opportunities for career progression.
We offer a competitive remuneration package with a company car, full support to become AssocRICS qualified, ongoing post qualification support and mentoring and a structured career plan.
You will need to have a real passion for residential property and surveying, commitment, loyalty and a genuine desire to build you're surveying career with Connells. Along with first class written and verbal skills with excellent time management and organisational skills.
To become a Trainee AssocRICS Surveyor you must have either of the following:
- An RICS accredited surveying related degree, graduate or post graduate including a valuation module and/or building surveying which includes a pathology module on residential buildings, with one year or more of property related work experience.
- An RICS approved HND, HNC, NVQ Level 3 diploma, BTEC or foundation degree with two or more years property related work experience such as in estate agency or a surveying/valuation related discipline.
- A minimum of 4 years property related work experience i.e. negotiator level upwards in estate agency, or an equivalent level in an organisation or department such as asset management/LPA department or property management where there is a direct involvement in handling caseloads including experience in the decision-making process relating to property matters.