Rural Surveyor Jobs Vacancy at National Trust Cheltenham
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Rural Surveyor Jobs Vacancy at National Trust Cheltenham Jobs Details:
Are you motivated by the challenges of a diverse land and property management role in a range of historic environments? Can you complement our skilled team of rural surveyors delivering first class consultancy to support the sustainable management of historic landscapes in a rapidly changing environment? Do you relish the idea of working with a top-class team of conservation and heritage professionals and a wide range of tenants and stakeholders who are all working together to look after our special places for ever, and to share them with everyone? Are you seeking a role which combines all of this with flexibility, family-friendly working and a balanced approach to career and life?
What it's like to work here: We are looking for a rural surveying professional with the ability to bring conservation expertise and knowledge combined with up to date technical skills and an innovative, client focussed and entrepreneurial approach to rural surveying. Our properties come with significant conservation challenges and exciting opportunities to develop sustainable approaches to landscape scale conservation; to build income streams and to share the outdoors with a wider audience.
You'll be working across Gloucestershire based out of the Sherborne Park Estate office, near Northleach where you will work alongside a range of professionals providing specialist services to our properties, primarily across the Cotswolds including the Ebworth Estate near Stroud (NNR woodland, farm and let cottages), a variety of properties along the Cotswold scarp from Woodchester Park and Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons, to Haresfield Beacon and Hailes Abbey, and opportunity to assist the Estate Manager across wider Gloucestershire properties including Sherborne Park Estate, Hidcote and Snowshill.
What you'll be doing: As part of this team, you'll provide insightful advice, excellent client care and superlative stakeholder management to help our properties achieve sustainable, forward thinking approaches to managing and conserving our assets. You'll bring a range of skills, and an ability to learn and share to ensure we safeguard and effectively manage our built assets and interests in land. You'll be involved in delivering a range of work, which on a day to day basis might include residential and commercial lettings; agricultural tenancies; management of grants, HLS and Basic Payment Scheme; woodland management; deer management; access rights and boundary disputes; management of restrictive covenants; valuations; and occasional acquisitions and disposals. Most importantly, we need you to be an effective and convincing champion of best practice who brings new thinking and novel approaches to whatever work you turn your hand to.
Your ongoing development is really important to us – we therefore provide an impressive amount of internal training opportunities as well as the time and funding to enable you to get some of the external CPD you need
Who we're looking forIn order to be successful in this role you’ll have:
- Practical knowledge and experience of rural land and property management, including agriculture, conservation, residential, commercial and public amenity
- Up to date understanding of the current issues within the rural sector
- Appreciation for the need for innovative solutions
- Confidence interpreting legal documentation and a variety of data sources and using your findings to influence colleagues
- Analytical, methodical and organised approach to your work and time management
- Excellent people skills, adept at listening, building trust or negotiating
- You’ll be a qualified member of RICS or CAAV
- A driving licence is essential
- Health cash plan – from as little as £2.81 per month for you and your dependents
- Pension contribution match up to 10%
- EAP and proactive Health and Wellbeing
- Discounted gym membership
Looking after your career
- Grow your career through professional training courses across the Trust
- Develop your skills with an internal secondment
- Pay review linked to values and behaviours, commitment to progression
- Income protection due to illness
Unique to Us
- Work in some of the most beautiful, iconic and unique locations in the UK
- Free entry to NT properties for you, a guest and your children (under 18)
- 20% off in our retail and catering outlets
- Discount up to 35% off a National Trust holiday cottage booking