If you’re in the market for a new Building Surveyor role, or are looking for new talent for your business – we can help! We have over 35 years specialist Building Surveyor recruitment experience in the following areas:

  • Permanent Recruitment
  • Temporary Recruitment
  • Executive Search
  • Job Profiling
  • Market Information
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Salary & Benefits Advice & Benchmarking
  • Offer Management
  • Career Advice
  • Negotiation
  • CV Writing
  • Interview Guidance and Preparation
  • Handling Counteroffers
  • Resignation Counselling

Property Partners recruit across: Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire, Sussex, Bristol, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey, Kent and London.

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Building Surveyor Salary

In the UK, a building surveyor can expect to earn anything between £20,000 and £70,000. How much you earn will depend on how qualified you are, how much experience you have, your employer and the region you work in. Typically, building surveyors in London and the surrounding areas earn between 10-20% more than building surveyors in the south west.

Building Surveyor salaries have increased over the last few years. This is a breakdown of the average salaries we work with across the different levels of Building Surveyor roles:

Graduate Building Surveyors: £20-25k

Assistant Building Surveyors: £26-32k

Newly qualified: £35-40k

1-2 years post qualified: £40-45k

Senior Building Surveyors: £45-55k

Associate Building Surveyors: £55-70k

Are Building Surveyors in High Demand?

Building Surveyors are in huge demand. At Property Partners Recruitment, we deal with a high quantity of new Building Surveyor jobs each month. There is a significant candidate shortage across all levels when it comes to Building Surveyors – which puts skilled Building Surveyors in a strong position. Salaries and benefits are often reflective of their in-demand skillset – and Building Surveyors very rarely struggle to find work.

At present, we are seeing increased competition to recruit and retain Chartered Building Surveyor staff with salaries increasing elsewhere.

Is Being a Building Surveyor a Good Career?

Building Surveying is an excellent career for anybody interested in both the property and construction industries.

The widely recognised skills shortage combined with an aging workforce within Building Surveying means there is plenty of opportunity to carve out a very successful career for yourself, with a well-paying salary.

How to Become a Building Surveyor

If you’re considering a career in Building Surveying, there are steps to take to gain the necessary qualifications required. Usually, Building Surveyors will achieve a degree before undertaking structured training, or becoming part of a professional organisation.

RICS (the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) is the most recognised regulatory body for Building Surveyors.

If you want to become a Chartered Building Surveyor once you’ve completed the necessary training, you’ll be required to earn a RICS accredited degree and complete your APC (Assessment of Professional Competence). To do this, you’ll need at least 2 years structured training, but if you have 5-10 years of practical experience as a Building Surveyor you could also be eligible to become Chartered.