At Cobalt Recruitment, we have a committed team of consultants who are experts in property development and the commercial property sector as a whole. Our work over the years have been unrivalled and we consistently deliver results for both clients and candidates. As we operate in specific markets, we’re able to attract very specialised companies who are looking for top-tier candidates. Cobalt offers a unique approach to recruitment. Our consultants are focused on achieving your objectives quickly.
Commercial Development Surveyors cover a range of roles and responsibilities. Cobalt is seeking professionals with excellent project management skills, especially with regards to budgeting and planning applications. We are also looking for those who can ensure projects are completed on schedule. The best candidate will be confident in providing valuations for commercial developments. Professionals should have a strong knowledge of the main competencies of valuation practice. As the role involves working out the likely social and environmental impact of development projects, we expect all candidates to understand how to efficiently assess the outcomes of completed projects. Development surveyors work closely with architects and construction professionals, so the position is dependent on strong collaboration skills.
Our clients are looking for a development surveyor who has a vast knowledge of commercial property. We are interested in speaking to professionals who have taken an RICS-accredited course. Professionals can expect to grow their career as a developmental surveyor. It’s a role that offers a range of further opportunities. At Cobalt, we have worked with many development surveyors who have progressed into other roles in commercial property.
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