Graduate Rural Surveyor

at Carter Jonas
Location Oxford, United Kingdom
Date Posted 01/07/2024
Category Land Management and Surveying
Job Type Full-Time Vacancies
Closing Date Apply ASAP


How to Apply

We are hiring am ambitious graduate rural surveyor to join our rural division in Oxford. Our dedicated team of rural surveyors provide advice to landowners and farmers on unlocking the value of their assets, diversification, change of land use, estate management, leveraging Natural Capital and bio-diversity opportunities, along with valuing rural assets all over the UK.

This is a varied and interesting role requiring project and business management skills with hands-on delivery to provide property services including valuation advice to clients, other professional advisors and stakeholders.

Graduates, if not currently RICS qualified, will work within a two year structured RICS graduate training programme to achieve completion of the APC and will be actively supported. Clients are at the heart of what we do, so ensuring you develop and maintain strong relationships with our clients is essential, this includes attending client meetings and preparing communications and reports.

Main duties:

  • Day to day professional advice to a mixed portfolio of management and consultancy clients.
  • Supporting Partners deliver valuations of high value farms, estates, country houses and portfolio of properties throughout England.
  • Being responsible and a first point of contact for a number of existing clients. Managing those clients to service existing and future professional needs. Consistently providing sound and reasoned advice.
  • In addition to delivering valuations the portfolio of work will include management of rural estates and property portfolios, providing strategic advice to farm and estate clients, drafting agreements, doing deals, generally dealing with a wide range of jobs centred around providing property advice to our clients.
  • Working with the Partners to expand the team by identifying and developing viable fee earning opportunities.
  • Working closely with other specialist teams including planning and development, valuation, energy and infrastructure, agency and natural capital to deliver and develop new fee opportunities from existing and new clients.
  • Actively assist in the development and implementation of efficient, ‘best practice’ internal systems and processes optimising IT and other resources.
  • Implement policy as required and ensure legal, professional, and corporate compliance on all work carried out.
  • Assisting with pitch reporting and presentations.

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