Careers

Brown + Wallace operate across a wide range of market sectors and offer a full range of professional services. Professional development is strongly encouraged within the practice and existing team members operate at the forefront of professional practice in Scotland.

We are always interested in highly motivated individuals who can bring their skills and experience to our practice to maintain and enhance our commitment to quality and service.

We are an Equal Opportunities Employer and our commitment to training and quality of service is reflected in our ISO 9001:2015 Quality Accreditation.

We offer a wide variety of employment opportunities, from graduates seeking a first job, to professional surveyors and administrators.

If you would like to be a part of a market leading, progressive practice and feel that you could make a positive contribution to our practice, please contact us by email at careers@brownandwallace.co.uk enclosing your CV.

Current Vacancies

Graduate Building Surveyor

Brown + Wallace have an exciting opportunity for an ambitious Graduate Building Surveyor to join our busy expanding building surveying team in Glasgow with excellent opportunity for career progression. The candidate should show enthusiasm and commerciality in all aspects of building surveying, and be a team player. The successful candidate will have the ability and ambition to promote the business and be a key part of our team.

The role will involve a mixture of professional and project based building surveying work on all types of commercial property for high quality public and private sector clients.

Duties will include assisting with undertaking building surveys, defect investigation reports, schedules of conditions, planned maintenance surveys, dilapidations, including preparation of schedules and negotiating settlements. Acting as Contract Administrator for various refurbishment projects, briefing clients, design specifications, AutoCAD, coordinating specialist consultants, obtaining local authority consents, budget cost advice and tendering.

The candidate will be expected to show a professional attitude and appearance in this client facing role, be well organised and self-motivated, ideally having experience across a range of industry sectors and a minimum of 12 months diary entries towards your APC. Candidates should also have good written and verbal communication skills and demonstrate a willingness to learn and develop on a personal and professional basis.

In return we will provide you with a structured and supported programme towards successful completion of your APC, an attractive remuneration package commensurate with the candidate’s level and experience.

Please email your CV to: careers@brownandwallace.co.uk

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