General practice surveyors are involved in the management, valuation, buying, selling and development of land and property.
- negotiating deals for selling, and renting properties
- buying and selling property and land for clients, acting as an agent
- valuation of land and property
- putting together reports for the valuation for mortgages, rent reviews and investment potential advising on property values, land purchase, tenure issues and related legislation
- assessing the economic viability and environmental impact of developments
- Valuation Office Agency work
You could qualify for this job by completing an accredited degree before continuing professional development. Relevant subjects include building and construction, estate management and surveying.
You could take a postgraduate conversion course if your your degree is not in a relevant subject.
You could also access this role as a trainee surveyor and then study for more qualifications on the job.
You will need:
- analytical skills
- commercial awareness
- excellent STEM skills (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths)
- to be an excellent negotiator
£18,000 to £50,000