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Job Title: Graduate Building Surveyor - Edinburgh
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Edinburgh, Edinburgh
Salary: £20000.00 - £25000.00 per annum
REF: HQ00019302
Contact Name: Catherine Battson
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Graduate Building Surveyor - Edinburgh
£20,000 £25,000 (+ benefits)

Are you an experienced Graduate Building Surveyor who wants to work for one of the largest building consultancy teams in the UK?

A rare opportunity has arisen for a Graduate Building Surveyor with around a years' experience to join the team in Edinburgh. In joining the Building Consultancy team, you will enjoy a high quality and diverse range of instructions, be supervised directly by the top professionals in your field, and along with exposure to a blue-chip client base you will also have full APC mentorship to MRICS Chartered Status.

If you are motivated with a drive to succeed, this role will see you involved in a range of exciting and challenging projects from initial client briefing and inspections through to project design, report writing and site supervision, the complete sector experience.


Assist & develop your own workload in the following:

  • Contract administration / project management of construction projects
  • Design work and specification writing for construction projects
  • Preparation of budget costs / cash flow forecasts for construction projects
  • Feasibility studies & report writing
  • Defect analysis / specification of repair work
  • Inspections (Building Surveys, Schedules of Condition, Schedules of Dilapidations)
  • Reinstatement Cost Assessments (insurance assessments).


  • Degree in a RICS accredited degree
  • Committed to completing your APC (preferably on the pathway already)
  • Commercially aware and a confident networker who makes a good first impression
  • Ability to work individually or as part of a team
  • Proactive on following up potential leads

Interested? Get in touch!
Cate Battson
01202 888986

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