Graduate Rural Surveyor / Land Agent

at Brown & Co
Location Various Locations, United Kingdom
Date Posted 24/11/2021
Category Land Management and Surveying
Property / Real Estate
Job Type Full-Time Vacancies
Closing Date 02/01/2022
Start Date 2022
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How to Apply

A Brown & Co Land Agency Graduate will work within the division and their local team to deliver the wide variety of services offered. The work type of each office varies slightly depending on contracts, local demand, historic practice and Partner’s work area. This variation can allow for heightened involvement in one more types of work. We do ensure a good breadth of work is available and each team offers a wide range of services.

The role is full time expecting commitment from all Graduates. Usual office hours are 9 – 5:30 Monday to Friday, occasionally for the delivery of specific instructions extra input is needed, such as a Farm Machinery Sale on a Saturday.

We offer Land Agency services from the following offices: Banbury, Brigg, Bury St Edmunds, Grantham, King’s Lynn, Melton Mowbray, Norwich, Spalding and Wyboston. We will be offering a number of roles in several of these offices, we will ask graduates to indicate preferred offices, or all offices, to seek to pair the right individuals to the business need and teams.

The initial focus will be to provide a breadth of work to support you to pass your APC and become MRICS qualified. Progression towards FAAV is also encouraged. During your first two years you will be shadowing colleagues, learning and delivering a vast array of projects, to include:

• Rural Agency (Purchase, Sale and Letting)
• Estate Management
• Valuation
• Compensation
• Planning and Development
• Professional Services Experience

All graduates, in all disciplines, undertake a 2-year in house training course covering discipline-focused elements along with learning core business skills, such as managing people, presentation skills to name a few. An understanding that there is more to professional practice than delivering work is beneficial.

Personal Qualities We are looking for self-motivated and confident individuals, who are able to listen, learn, process and deliver. Good inter-personable skills when dealing with colleagues and clients are essential.

Other important attributes are, to be: reliable, hardworking, flexible, enthusiastic, able to deliver to a high standard and happy to be part of a team.

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Please send a covering letter and your CV to or post to The HR Department, Brown & Co, The  atrium, St George's Street, Norwich, NR3 1AB


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