|Location||Bedford, Knutsford or Canterbury, United Kingdom|
Land Management and Surveying
Property / Real Estate
|Start Date||September 2021|
How to Apply
Interested in a career in property and surveying? Want to join a people-oriented organisation with a highly successful graduate programme to start your journey? Fisher German are looking for an additional three graduates to join its biggest ever intake in September. Relevant degree not essential.
Why Fisher German?
Fisher German is a leading firm of specialist UK property consultants and chartered surveyors, with 600 people across 26 offices. We advise and manage a wide range of client portfolios with national visibility across all 6 of property market sectors - rural, commercial, development, residential, infrastructure services and sustainable energy.
We currently have three Graduate Surveyor opportunities to join the following teams in September:
- Advisory Services, Knutsford
- Infrastructure Services, Bedford
- Infrastructure Services, Canterbury
Duties will include but are not limited to:
For Advisory Services:
- The management of a wide range of property types (agricultural/ commercial/ residential/ leisure and tourism) within national portfolios throughout England, Wales and Scotland
- Client care – developing good relationships with existing clients and teams, ensuring there is a good legacy of capability with direct client and stakeholder contact
- Advisory Services work including valuations, compulsory purchase and compensation, as well as providing the interface between various service lines and our Client teams operating from own and other offices
- Lease renewals and rent reviews for different asset types
- Income and expenditure management and delivery of CAPEX and budgeting for our corporate and traditional clients
For Infrastructure Services:
- Advising on land related issues associated with major infrastructure projects from inception through to completion
- Valuation of residential, rural and commercial property
- Land referencing, GIS mapping using modern IT systems
- Compensation negotiation, compulsory purchase, statutory rights and managing land aspects during construction
- Liaising with landowners, tenants, contractors and surveying professionals
- Interrogation of lease agreements, wayleaves and Deeds
- Negotiating agreements to acquire land and rights
- Advising on and acquiring planning and environmental consents for projects
For full details including how to apply, see download.