Graduate Building Surveyor (PQS/Construction), Jobs, England, Essex, 38983
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Graduate Building Surveyor (PQS/Construction) - Essex

£20,000 - £28,000 - PQS - Surveying
Ref: 38983 Date Posted: Monday 13 Aug 2018
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Have you just completed your degree and wish to get into Building Surveying?

Interested in joining a well-respected PQS practice based in Essex?

Do you enjoy working within a dynamic and friendly team environment?

If yes then this could be the ideal role for you…

The opportunity has arisen for a Graduate Building Surveyor to join a well-respected professional consultancy. They are a multi-disciplinary practice of chartered surveyors and chartered architects providing in-house design and management of all types and sizes of building project – from inception to completion. Initially, the role will see you reporting to the experienced Building Surveyor on a variety of projects, mainly schools, including refurbishments, extensions and altercations.

As members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), this organisation offers appropriate training for all staff which includes:

– RICS/RIBA accredited courses/seminars

– Technical courses

– In-house presentations and seminars by specialists

If you are degree qualified and now looking to join a fun and friendly organisation with excellent possibilities for career progression, look no further!


  • Degree in Surveying or equivalent
  • 1 – 2 years’ experience preferred but not essential

Want to know more?

Call Laura Shirley on 020 8655 4954 or 07393013547 or email on

If this role isn’t for you and you know of anyone that you can recommend, please note that we offer a £500 shopping voucher referral reward scheme upon success. These vouchers are for a shop of your choice. If you can recommend anyone, please let me know on the contact details above.


Melrose House, 42 Dingwall Road, Croydon, CR0 2NE

get in touch

020 8655 1600 (Fax: 020 8655 1588)