If you’re looking for General Practice Surveyor jobs, we have over 35 years’ specialist recruitment experience and have developed a strong presence with long-standing client relationships in the following locations:

  • Hampshire
  • Dorset
  • Wiltshire
  • East & West Sussex
  • Bristol
  • Berkshire
  • Oxfordshire
  • Buckinghamshire
  • London & Greater London
  • Surrey
  • Kent
We specialise in three key recruitment areas: Permanent Recruitment, Temporary Recruitment, and Executive Search. As well as our recruitment services, we also provide advice and guidance around interviews, salaries and benefits, benchmarking and negotiation, offer and counteroffer management, CV writing, resignation counselling, market information, job profiling and general career advice.

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What does a General Practice Surveyor do?

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A General Practice Surveyors is responsible for land and property values and developments, as well as letting, buying, and selling.

General Practice Surveyor’s work in both the private and public sectors, and typical responsibilities include negotiating property deals, acting as an agent on behalf of clients, providing valuations for both land and property, reporting on mortgages, rent, and advising clients on investment potential.

General Practice Surveyor Salaries in the UK

Based on our own recruitment experience and from following market trends, these are the salary ranges you can expect within the scope of General Practice Surveying:
  • Graduate – £20k-25k
  • APC level – £25-30k
  • Newly qualified – £30-35k
  • 1-2 years qualified – £35-42k
  • Senior Surveyor – £42-50k
  • Associate – £50-60k

Are General Practice Surveyors in High Demand?

General practice surveyors are high in demand across both the public and private sectors, especially if they are Chartered surveyors. There are excellent career opportunities for General Practice Surveyors, as well as the opportunity to earn a high salary.

Is General Practice Surveying a Good Career?

As a career path, General Practice Surveying offers a broad range of opportunities. Depending on your natural skillset, you could specialise in management, development, valuation or investment. With time, you can move into more specialist areas and become a highly paid consultant!

How to Become a General Practice Surveyor

There are two ways to become a General Practice Surveyor. You can head down the degree route (ideally RICS accredited) or the apprentice route, which would involve learning on the job alongside formal learning. Most General Practice Surveyors work through their APC to become chartered, although this is not essential for all areas.