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Commercial Agency Surveyor

Posted 18 December 2017 by Build Recruitment Limited Ended

Our client is a leading multi-office, independent firm of chartered surveyors and commercial property agents. The team is expanding and looking to recruit and experienced commercial agency surveyor to join the team covering the Berkshire area.

The role:

Key role in a well-established and growing team, working in all areas of commercial agency with a focus on retail property.

Responsible for an established agency instruction list and key clients in acquiring and disposing of retail property.

Client facing in meeting clients' commercial property needs.

Varied workload including disposals, advice on development opportunities/appraisals, inspections and marketing reports.

Promoting the profile of the commercial agency division through networking in the local business community.

Pitching for and winning new instructions whilst ensuring deals are completed satisfactorily.

The person:

Strong track record in commercial agency – retail sector an advantage.

Well-presented with good communication and negotiation skills.

Able to deliver presentations, with attention to detail and good organization skills.

Good networking skills with both external clients and internal partners.

Team player with the desire to progress in the industry.

Highly motivated and keen to develop personal skills and those of colleagues.

Computer literate with an understanding of Excel and Word.

Excellent knowledge of the commercial agency process and property industry in general.

Our client offers a leading remuneration package with highly competitive bonus scheme.

To discuss this opportunity, contact David Doran on .

Reference: 34044569

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