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Senior Estates Surveyor x3

Employer
Ministry of Defence
Location
Rosyth KY11 2BL, Plymouth PL2 2BG, Lisburn - Northern Ireland BFPO 808 
Salary
£40,000 + substantial pension and benefits
Closing date
16 May 2022
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Join the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) and have a future that matters: Be proud; Be challenged; Be unique.

The Challenge 

If you are a suitably experienced and qualified property professional who enjoys working on a wide range of exciting, interesting and diverse responsibilities and have a passion to be stretched and challenged then the DIO Estates Department is for you……  

The Role

We are seeking motivated Senior Estate Surveyor’s to join and lead established teams within our expanding Estates network. You will be customer focused team leader’s and will deliver exciting and varied estate surveying programmes, services, and professional advice across all customers. 

The MOD Estate is wide and varied including military establishments, historic buildings, listed buildings, and commercial tenants. On this unique Estate variety is certain and no 2 days will be the same! 

The DIO Senior Estate Surveyor Role is responsible to the Military Heads of Establishment for property related management including; negotiations to grant and acquire new lease agreements, negotiating rent reviews, lease renewals and any other property related agreements. 

Benefits

The MOD Discover My Benefits page lists the full set of benefits. Some of the many benefits you will receive include:

  • Highly competitive Pension Scheme
  • Flexi-time scheme
  • Alternative working practices such as working from home
  • 25 days’ annual leave rising (1 day per year) to 30 days upon completion of 5 years’ service

To apply for this role, please click the 'apply' button today. 

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