In the business world of today, words such as ‘competitive advantage’ and ‘value add’ are easily promised but difficult to deliver. Recent research studies show that RICS-qualified Building Surveyors in the UK earn on average £16,000 more each year than non-members this is because RICS promotes and enforces the highest professional qualifications and standards in the development and management of land, real estate, construction, and infrastructure.
This means that you don’t just hold an additional qualification, you possess a specialisation that gives you a distinct advantage over others. As a Chartered Building Surveyor, you could play a pivotal role in shaping the world around you and gain satisfaction from seeing your projects brought to life, improving local urban and rural areas.
RICS standards ensure public and stakeholder trust in RICS accreditation. This accreditation means that when anyone employs a RICS accredited Building Surveyor, they are assured of quality and being a part of the world’s leading professional body, gives them the confidence they are in good hands.
Chartership is regarded as a valuable professional qualification, as well as academic qualification and is evidence of an elite professional standing within the industry. It demonstrates to employers, colleagues, and the industry as a whole that you have achieved and work to the regulated high professional and ethical standards and are competent in all areas of your work in the property and construction industry.
RICS also gives you an entry to be a part of an international community with opportunities to network with other top-quality construction professionals
Becoming a Chartered Building Surveyor takes dedication and can take years of focused learning, training, and development. However, the value and benefits of RICS qualification have never been greater, besides offering better salary prospects, qualifying as a Chartered Surveyor can not only give you a competitive edge but opens many long-term career opportunities across an international construction industry. There is a global demand for RICS professional credentials which demonstrate higher regulated professional and ethical principles.
If you’re a Chartered Building Surveyor and you’re interested in new opportunities, check out the roles we have available below:
Location: West Midlands
Rewards: £40,000 – £50,000, Company Car, Annual Bonus, 25 Days Holiday, £4000 Car Allowance Paid Mileage (45p per mile), Excellent Prospects for Career Progression
Location: West Midlands
Rewards: £45,000 – £55,000, Car Allowance, Exceptional Benefits Package (BIK vehicles, Enhanced Pension etc), Flexible Working (Hybrid), Huge Career Progression
Location: South East, Greater London
Rewards: £40,000 – £60,000, 25 Days Annual Leave (Increasing with Length of Service), 4x Salary Life Assurance Cover, Generous Company Sick Pay Scheme, Income Protection Insurance, Single Cover Private Medical Insurance, Contributory Company Pension Scheme, Flexible Company Car Scheme
Location: Warwickshire, West Midlands
Rewards: £37,000 – £56,000, Company Car, Annual Bonus (Up to 17.5%), Contributory Pension Scheme (Maximum of 12% Company Contribution), 25 Days Holiday (Plus Additional Holiday Purchase Scheme), Employee Discounts, Gym Subsidy, Health And Wellbeing Plan, Life Assurance Cover.
Location: Shropshire, West Midlands
Rewards: £50,000 – £60,000, Company Car, Annual Car (Up to 17.5%), Contributory Pension Scheme (Maximum of 12% Company Contribution), 25 Days Holiday (Additional Holiday Purchase Scheme), Employee Discounts, Gym Subsidy, Health And Wellbeing Plan, Life Assurance Cover
Author: Amna Hijazi