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RURAL SURVEYOR

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RURAL SURVEYOR

LOUTH

£Excellent 

Exciting opportunity has arisen for an agricultural surveyor or Land Agent to join the rural team of our client, a forward thinking and ambitious firm, based in Lincolnshire. You will be joining at an exciting time in the firm’s development as they are looking for a talented individual to grow personally and become part of the ultimate longer term succession plan of the company.

Responsibilities include providing advice to a well-established client base of mainly owner occupiers and tenants.

Key Responsibilities 

  • Valuation of properties and providing development advice
  • Infrastructure compensation work
  • Advice on practical implementation of legislation, regulation and agricultural/rural schemes
  • Advise on general landownership matters
  • Maintain excellent relationships with clients and colleagues

Personal Specification 

  • Ideally RICS qualified although part qualification would be considered.
  • Practical knowledge and experience of rural land and property management
  • Understanding of current issues within the rural sector
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to build strong relationships with tenants and owners
  • Good knowledge of the Lincolnshire and East Midlands area  
  • High level of attention to detail

Along with an excellent salary and benefits package the role offers the following to the successful candidate:

  • Professional Growth: This opportunity isn’t just a job; it’s a platform for you to grow professionally, with ample opportunities for skill enhancement and career advancement
  • Great Working Environment: Join a team that values collaboration, innovative thinking, and a supportive work culture.
  • Great prospects: The firm offers early share option participation to benefit from the company’s success and long-term future.

The role would suit someone perhaps working for a larger firm but would be keen to join a smaller company that offers more involvement and less bureaucracy!