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Principal Surveyor

The City of London Corporation
£55,300 - £62,390 per annum inclusive of London weighting plus a Market Forces Supplement
Closing date
22 Jul 2024

We are looking for a Principal Surveyor to support the Corporate Property Group Asset Management team, focusing on the operational property portfolio.  The position offers an exciting opportunity to work on a unique portfolio of assets, contributing directly to the objectives and performance of the Corporate Property Group.

The role encompasses all aspects of strategic asset management, including developing the efficiency of our assets, exploring options and opportunities to create value, and maintaining optimum effectiveness of operational property. The position involves working closely with our diverse range of internal clients to strategically plan and manage the portfolio.  The position provides functional support to Senior Principal Surveyors within the team significantly in terms of managing transactions and occupational requirements on the allocated portfolio(s).  Responsibilities include undertaking the day-to-day property management seeking to maximise income through rent reviews, lease renewals, assignments etc. The role also includes evaluation of underutilised assets, Valuation for internal purposes, together with the management and disposal of surplus assets.

Collectively, the City Surveyors Department is responsible for managing the City of London's diverse portfolio of operational, community and tenanted properties including offices, retail, libraries, open space, wholesale markets, public schools, law courts, Mansion House, Guildhall, and the City of London Police estate. The role will involve reviewing and implementing the overarching Corporate Property Asset Management Strategy and developing and delivering Asset Management Plans across the portfolio.  

Closing date:   12 noon on 22 July 2024

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

Alternatively, please contact 020 7332 3978 (24 hr answerphone) quoting reference number OSUR0638 if you experience any difficulties.  A minicom service for the hearing impaired is available on 020 7332 3732.

If this role is advertised as a secondment, secondments are subject to the agreement of your department releasing you, therefore, you need to discuss this with your line manager prior to applying. The purpose of this will be to discuss what, if any, impact your secondment might have on the service and service delivery should your application be successful, and how this might be addressed.

The City of London Corporation is committed to Equal Opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

The City of London Corporation want to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to thrive in the work that we do. The City of London Corporation is currently undergoing a programme to ensure that our pay and reward practices are competitive and equitable. We are committed to regularly benchmarking and reviewing pay across the whole organisation and against external sectors.

Because our roles are so varied, we don’t have a ‘one size fits all’ policy for workplace attendance. How many days a week you’ll be required to attend your workplace will depend on the requirements of your role. It’s important that you understand the requirements before applying to ensure you are able to meet them. We are committed to considering requests to work flexibly and job share. Requests will be considered by the recruiting manager in line with our policies and business needs.

For more information on our categories for workplace attendance, please view our guide here. 

We will be reviewing this policy and approach at regular intervals to ensure we’re meeting our attendance needs.

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