Interim Development Surveyor
Work on a range of developments for a large public sector organisation
A long term contract with the opportunity to go permanent.
About Our Client
My client is a public sector organisation near Wolverhampton.
The typical responsibilities the Interim Development Surveyor will have include:
- overseeing property developments from empty plots of land to fully operational buildings
- researching the local property market
- evaluating development plans, taking into consideration a range of legal, social, financial and environmental factors
- advising clients and colleagues about how developments can be granted planning permission
- preparing and submitting applications for planning permission
- preparing maps and reports
- analysing changes in planning policy and law that may affect property development
- liaising with architects, builders, engineers and other construction professionals
- measuring and valuing land and property
- visiting property sites in order to keep track of developments
- communicating and meeting with clients and colleagues
The Successful Applicant
The successful Interim Development Surveyor:
- Does not need to be chartered, but that would be preferable
- Be able to look up and see the opportunities developments could realise within the portfolio
- Have a passionate for development
- Have experience of doing development work
- Have either worked for or worked in collaboration with / acted on behalf of a public sector client
- Be able to get to Wolverhampton as and when required to meet Developers
- Be able to work effectively independently and be solution and not process orientated
What's on Offer
The offer to the candidate is:
- a long term contract, inside IR35.
- Be trained by some of the best development managers in the Midlands
- Work on some really interesting projects
- Work from home for the majority of the time even after lock down is lifted.
- Receive a very competitive hourly rate, subject to your level of experience.