At CPL we are passionate about providing our clients with the best talent experience possible. We work with our clients to provide innovative solutions to meet their talent challenges.
We are currently recruiting for a Major Public body as part of a nation- wide contract. The seeking to add a Valuer to their Land and Property Service team.
Working hours: Monday to Friday (Flexi time), 37 hours per week
Salary: £16.18 per hour
The position is temporary with an estimated duration of 9 months. Please note that this is purely an estimated duration.
Duties and Responsibilities
The main activities which the post holder will be expected to perform are as follows:
The Valuer is part of a team providing rating and general valuation advice and services. The role requires interaction with members of the public and a range of other stakeholders including NIHE, Building Control, Solicitors and Estate Agents.
Key tasks involve:
· Undertake Rating casework ensuring that Ratepayers, District Councils and other stakeholders are provided with a professional service.
· Inspection, measurement, referencing and valuation of all classes and types of land and property.
· Communication with a wide range of stakeholders and clients e.g. public sector bodies and the general public. Contributing to the achievement of Directorate targets.
1. An RICS accredited property related degree in Valuation, Estate/Land management or Real Estate Studies, or equivalent;
2. Full current professional membership (MRICS or FRICS) of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in one of the following pathways: Corporate Real Estate, Commercial Real Estate, Planning and Development, Property Finance and Investment, Residential, Rural, Taxation Allowances, or Valuation or their pre-cursors;
3. At least 1 years’ experience within the last 5 years gained since attaining full professional membership of carrying out valuations and negotiations and providing professional valuation advice.
Applications will be considered from applicants with relevant formal qualifications considered to be an equivalent or higher standard to those stated.
Relevant or equivalent qualifications: give the type of qualification and date awarded. The onus is on the applicant to provide LPS with details of modules studied so that a well-informed decision can be made.