Rural Surveyor, Fixed Term Contract (up to 2 years potential for extension)
Starting salary £33,913 negotiable on experience
Are you a conscientious and co-operative individual who is good with detail?
Can you work with routine and yet still show a sense of urgency to get things done quickly?
To be successful in this role you will have a logical, task orientated and an analytical approach to dealing with situations and be able to think through a problem by weighing the pros and cons. As a great communicator you will possess the ability to work well within a team.
You will hold a degree in rural estate management, be qualified as a member of RICS and hold good knowledge of compulsory purchase, valuation matters and utility legislation.
This role is on a fixed term contract for up to 2 years however there is potential for extending this contract after the 2 years.
About the role
The NFU is looking for a Rural Surveyor to primarily support the Senior Rural Surveyor on the NFU’s work on infrastructure schemes including High Speed Rail, road & rail schemes and wind farm developments with onshore cables
You will provide quality expert advice at a high standard to key stakeholders who include our members, staff, the NFU Officeholders, Directors, and Boards. The advice that you will give will relate to a variety of issues including compulsory purchase and compensation for large infrastructure schemes, and land value capture and valuation methods agricultural land for housing development.
In addition you will deputise for the Senior Rural Surveyor on relevant groups, panels or bodies as and when required.
You will represent the NFU, as directed, at conferences and other venues, and with the media.
For further information on the application process please contact [email protected] or telephone 024 7685 8713.
Who are we?
The National Farmers’ Union is the voice of British farming, and our members are at the heart of what we do. On their behalf we lobby government and other stakeholders, develop policy and provide a range of frontline services.
Why join our team?
Working for the NFU means working alongside great people, who are recognised for their knowledge and expertise. Benefits include 25 days annual leave (plus statutory bank holidays), National Employment Savings Trust pension scheme, a performance related pay award scheme, a range of discounts through our NFU Benefits employee portal and subsidised staff restaurant.
How to apply?
If you feel you have the right skills and experience for the role, please send your CV and a covering letter illustrating how your skills and experience suit the requirements as outlined in the person specification to [email protected].
To apply for this job you must have the right to work in United Kingdom.