Land Management Surveyor Uk Sponsorship Available

June 14, 2024
£34.0 - £44.3 / year

Job Description




An exciting opportunity for a surveyor to join the University of Reading’s developing and diverse Land Management team. Collaborating with others to advance development that includes a Country Park and a new Garden Village that include the best sustainability principles, supported by the University’s long-term management and environmental stewardship. We want to build a community that offers residents a variety of opportunities for living, working, socialising, education, and recreation.

We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic, adaptable, and equally happy to work outside or behind a desk, producing detailed reports and analysing competing land interests to ensure that the estate is used to support the University’s strategic priorities and organisational objectives.

You’ll have:

– Excellent analytical skills and attention to detail.

– Previous experience with project planning and development.

– A willingness to help other members of the team.

– The capacity to condense important information and operate independently under tight deadlines.

– A desire and commitment to furthering your surveying career.

The University has an active and supportive Estates staff, with the Land Management team playing a small but important role. To have your application considered for this position, please click on ‘Apply for Job’ below and follow the requirements.

Closing date: July 8, 2024.
Interviews will be held: July 23, 2024.

Informal contact details

Contact information: Land Management Director.

Contact name: Nigel Frankland

Call 07738143011

Contact email:

Applicants from job seekers requiring sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be reviewed alongside all other applicants. Sponsorship may be available under the Skilled Worker Route based on the applicable SOC code for this role. Applicants should ensure that they have the necessary points to meet the PBS requirements. The UK Visas and Immigration Website provides more information about this.
The University is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce, and it endorses both the Athena SWAN Charter for Gender Equality and the Race Equality Charter. Applications for job-sharing, part-time, and flexible working arrangements are encouraged and will be considered based on business needs.