Graduate Jobs in Property and Land and Surveying

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We care about our natural and built environment; our relationships with all our stakeholders; and of course, about the future of the United Kingdom. Costain is a Tier One engineering solutions provider aligned with blue chip customers. Join our graduate scheme today and be part of something important."
Kier relies on the latest technology, the brightest people and close collaboration to deliver advanced solutions in diverse fields. We help businesses achieve improved results, reduced costs and streamlined services. With proven expertise in buildi…
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Buchanan Search was founded in 2013 by James Baker, who brought over 10 years of recruitment and executive search experience to the firm.
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HELPING YOU FIND A CAREER IN Property and Land and Surveying

Graduate property and land and surveying jobs are varied, interesting, and ultimately shape how well our towns and cities function. Property and land and surveying graduates bring their unique skills to companies across the world - connect with some of these companies here.

LOOKING FOR a Property And Land Surveying CAREER?
How much can I earn as a Land Surveyor?
After leaving university, surveyors can earn £20,000-£23,000 in their first job. This can increase to over £30,000 as you become more senior. If you want to go into property development, you can earn around £50,000.

Trainee estate agents can earn up to £20,000, which can increase to over £30,000 depending on experience and the company you’re working for.
What qualifications do I need to be a Land Surveyor?
With a Bachelors Degree In order to get a job in property, land or surveying you will need a related degree and possibly a postgraduate qualification too. You may also have to have a qualification which is accredited by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

You may be able to get a graduate job in property and land with the following degrees:
  • Property development
  • Landscape and country management
  • Real Estate management
  • Surveying
  • Urban studies
Many graduate employers will consider taking graduates from disciplines unrelated to property, land and surveying. However, you will need to take either a postgraduate qualification or a conversion course accredited by the RICS to move on with your career.
What skills do I need to be a Land Surveyor?
Along with a keen interest in maths, you'll need the ability to understand and analyse complex data, but in a way that you can clearly communicate to your colleagues and clients. Knowing how to prioritise and multitask will keep your workload running smoothly. Good IT skills and an interest in learning the latest developments in your field are also important.

School leaver jobs in property and land revolve around excellent communication and people skills, particularly in estate agent jobs. You will need enthusiasm, confidence and excellent negotiation skills, as well as the ability to work as part of a team and on your own initiative.

If you opt to get into surveying or construction, you will also need to be able to demonstrate sound technical skills and creativity under pressure. Some good skills to show include:
  • Communication skills
  • Problem-solving
  • Self motivation
  • Teamworking
  • Specialist knowledge and skills
  • Ability to sell
What experience do I need to get a job in Land Surveying?
Gaining some on-the-job experience can be invaluable to career progression in the property and land surveying industry. Graduate employers are always impressed by candidates having taken work placements and internships in the field, so this is worth considering. Contact organisations directly and ask if you can come to shadow a member of staff or do some work experience.