Graduate Rural Surveyor

at Courteenhall Estate
Location Courteenhall, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
Date Posted 12/03/2024
Category Land Management and Surveying
Job Type Full-Time Vacancies
Closing Date Apply ASAP
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How to Apply

Courteenhall is a beautiful, private estate, centred around the late 18th Century Hall.

The Hall is surrounded by over 100 acres of picturesque parkland with far reaching views to the arboretum and the Church of St Peter and St Paul.

Based in South Northamptonshire, Courteenhall manages a diverse range of land, environmental and property interests. We take pride in our heritage and endeavor to contribute to the local community, economy and the environment.

We are looking for a Graduate Rural Surveyor to take on a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in all aspects of rural estate management. Working closely with the Estate Manager, you will assist in the day-to-day management of the Estate. This role offers a training programme, working with two APC assessors, to provide you with the skills and knowledge necessary to become a chartered surveyor.

Key Responsibilities:
 Assisting the Estate Manager with managing and applying for grants and subsidies
(including budgeting and implementation where necessary).
 Preparing budgets for Countryside Stewardship, commercial property, arable contract
farming agreement (CFA), renewable energy assets and livestock enterprises.
 Assisting with the management and benchmarking of the arable CFA.
 Commercial property letting, rent reviews, management (including compliance and
budgeting) and lease renewals.
 Drafting commercial tenancy agreements and licences.
 Assisting with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) work.
 Managing and developing the Estate’s use of the mapping software (LandApp).
 Dealing with access requests, wayleaves, and compensation matters.
 Assisting with farm assurance and cross compliance administration and applications.
 Assisting both the Estate Director and Estate Manager with strategic analysis of projects and implementation.
 Assisting the Estate Manager with carbon, biodiversity net gain and other environmental opportunities.
 Management of woodland work, including tree surveys and felling.
 Maintaining the property terrier system.
 Assist with renewables and compliance of systems.
 Assisting with ensuring compliance across the business with Health and Safety.

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