Title – Chartered Surveyor/Associate Director Level
Location – Cork City
Salary – Very competitive base salary plus commission
Company – Rapidly Expanding Agency
Duration – Permanent
Well respected Commercial Agency who have successfully positioned themselves as a market leader since they were established. As a result of a number of high profile listings and continuous engagement for valuations in the Munster region they are seeking an experienced Property Surveyor. The successful candidate will continue to establish their presence in Cork and the wider Munster region by utilising their networks in the region.
Azon are seeking applications on behalf of the company for the position of Chartered Property Surveyor or Associate Director. The ideal candidate will have a multi-faceted background with an ability and love for winning new business. The successful candidate will be offered a huge amount of autonomy in the role with support services being offered from their Dublin office.
- Provision of valuation advice of a wide range of commercial property involving mixed national portfolios
- Undertaking investment valuations and development appraisals for acquisitions, disposals and asset management initiatives
- Coordination of large portfolio instructions including liaison with Capital Markets, Development and professional departments
- Client liaison, developing existing and new client relationships
- Business development for Munster region and wider company network
- Minimum of 5 years experience
- A proven ability to win new business and leverage off existing networks
- Ideally able to offer a multi-faceted breath of experience
- Ideally chartered or in the process of completing your APC
- Be capable of working on your own initiative and offer insights into current market trends
- Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Be enthusiastic, energetic and professional in your approach to work
- Have solid experience in the valuation of commercial property, including site valuations and development appraisals.
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