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Chartered Surveyor - WFH/Birmingham - 6months - Rate c£350/day umbrella.
Key Words / Skills: Surveyor, Chartered, Rail, Network Rail, MRICS, Rail legislation, Compulsory Purchase Issues.
Wilde Recruitment Ltd are working along side Network Rail in order to recruit a Chartered Surveyor to work on a 4-6month contract work from home / Birmingham.
As a Chartered Surveyor your responsibilities and duties may include:
Working in property services team – access and acquisitions team – looking after specific customers in the rail. Securing access agreements to progress enhancements or maintenance works. Dealing with landowners
To deliver a professional property service, completing property transactions including acquisitions, disposals and lettings and providing property advice to support delivery of a safe, efficient, reliable and sustainable rail service. To optimise performance of land and property in order to increase Property’s financial contribution to the company’s rail operations and to improve service to its customers.
including (but not exclusive to) : acquisition, compensation claims, leases, surrenders, complex lettings, sale and temporary use of operational land. Be responsive to the needs of the business in delivering a range of property services.
Operating Environment – Take responsibility for managing projects and programmes to an agreed budget. Manage portfolio to property service to maximum efficiency, delivering business objectives in terms of cost savings, income generation, asset management.
Resource Management – To develop and maintain close and effective working relationships with internal colleagues to enable efficient and effective delivery.
Service – To deliver a professional service to all internal clients and external customers, outperforming service targets, and develop strong working relationships with all key stakeholders. Instruct and manage relationships with external agents and solicitors to deliver optimum value commercial agreements.
Leadership – To provide the business with technical leadership on the range of property issues.
Strategy and process – To identify and implement changes required to support delivery of Property Services overall strategy. Assist in the delivery of the strategy for the client group
Safety – to implement property solutions in support of delivery of a safe working environment and a safe rail system
Sustainability – to make sustainability a key element of all activities being delivered
Financial – to increase Property’s contribution to the cost of the company’s rail operations specifically through delivery of the client requirement and also through identifying opportunities for implementation in other parts of the Property function and wider company. Identify and exploit opportunities for cost savings, income generation and capital growth.
Knowledge Sharing – Seek to share best practice and learnings across the team for the benefit for NR and Property
Authority / Decision Making – Take responsibility for providing property solutions, and a range of property transactions including (but not exclusively) acquisitions, leases, surrenders, re-grants to maximise benefit to Network Rail on land utilisation issues.
Project / Programme Management – Provide the client group and colleagues with consistent and professional advice in determining the most effective approach to project property requirements.
• General practice surveying
• Rail – useful
• Stakeholder and customer experience
• Negotiation skills
• Landowner experience
You will be a Chartered Surveyor.
5-10 years experience
To discuss this vacancy please contact: James Walker or Mike Kelly
We are an Equal Opportunities Employer and we positively welcome applications from all candidates regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.
Wilde Recruitment Ltd operates as both an employment business and agency. If your application is for a position based in the UK or EU, under European Employment Law you MUST be eligible to live and work there.