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Strutt & Parker - Inverness/North Scotland - Surveyor

Job Description:

Department: Rural

The role:

An outstanding opportunity has arisen to become a key member of the Rural Land Management and Consultancy team in Inverness/North Scotland. The Rural team undertakes a wide range of rural estate, farm and property management and professional rural advice working closely with colleagues in our National Estate Agency, Estates & Farms Agency and Forestry teams. We are working to expand the skill sets within the team, particularly in relation to Natural Capital and Rural Diversification. The role will be primarily focussed on estate and property management.

Key deliverables

  • Acting as assistant asset manager for a key estate management client, reporting to and working closely with the lead asset manager and other senior colleagues
  • Overseeing day-to-day management of the assets and progressing strategic objectives
  • Working effectively with internal and external specialist advisors
  • Ensuring achievement of delegated key client deliverables
  • Adherence to internal and client process and compliance standards

Responsibilities

  • Performing a key supporting role within a high performing team on the principal instruction
  • Seeking opportunities to leverage skill and expertise to develop new business for the wider team

Key Skills

  • Competent and experienced professional with experience of managing a diverse range of rural assets particularly let farms, residential property and other rural assets
  • Ability to prioritise workloads and work to high standards under pressure
  • Excellent communication skills capable of building and maintaining strong relationships with
  • team members, other colleagues, clients and stakeholders
  • A diligent and dependable approach to all professional work
  • An entrepreneurial attitude with an aspiration to contribute to the growth and performance of the wider business

Person specification

Qualifications:

  • Relevant undergraduate/postgraduate degree or equivalent
  • MRICS qualified – preferably Rural pathway with 1-2 years PQE
  • CAAV/SAAVA membership/qualification an advantage

What You Can Expect From Us

You will be joining a friendly, entrepreneurial and inclusive culture. We are driven by our core values and aim to embody them in all we do. We aspire to be refreshingly different and achieve this through using our unique perspectives, capabilities and expertise. We are bravely ambitious by going beyond what is required of us, and we are successful together; trusting one another and working collaboratively to achieve great results. We recognise our employees are our most valuable asset, and our benefits scheme, employee engagement opportunities and Learning & Development offerings are our commitment to you and your career with us. We offer personal support, a competitive salary and a fantastic benefits package.

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