Rural Surveyor - Oxfordshire

  • Job Reference: DC/889325d
  • Date Posted: 23 January 2024
  • Recruiter: Beach Baker
  • Location: Oxfordshire
  • Salary: £41,000 to £50,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Car/Allowance & Benefits
  • Sector: Rural Surveying
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Dan Cole

Job Description

Rural Surveyor - Oxfordshire

We have a superb opportunity in the Rural Agency team of a National Consultancy working throughout central southern and the southeast of England . The Oxford office deal with the full range of rural surveying work including estate management, property agency, valuations, rural grant applications, compensation, landlord and tenant matters and delivering national framework contracts alongside the other offices.

They offer a highly competitive salary package which includes a fantastic benefits package including a variety of flexible benefits allowing you to choose those that suit your personal circumstances including purchasing additional leave, health cash plans, cycle to work scheme and so on! In addition, they welcome applications from those seeking flexible or agile working arrangement.

Main tasks:

Working alongside the Head of Rural Agency to manage and deliver rural agency sales across the region. For the right candidate there is scope for a wider role including some valuation and other professional work.

Day to day roles include but are not limited to:

  • Dealing with sales enquiries and marketing of rural property.
  • Targeting prospective opportunities and collation of market evidence and data.
  • Assisting with pitch reporting and presentations.
  • Management of applicant databases and compliance.
  • Preparation of property particulars and arranging photos, floorplans and collateral.
  • Managing and conducting viewings, reporting feedback and offers.
  • Negotiating and agreeing sales including helping run the due diligence in the sales process.
  • Assisting in the preparation of heads of terms and managing sales progressing once terms are agreed all the way to completion including negotiation.

What will it take to be successful?

You will ideally be a Chartered Surveyor and/or a registered valuer (albeit not essential) working in the rural property sector. You will demonstrate strong experience and knowledge of agency work including farms, land and country houses. You will need to be a personable individual who is comfortable networking and can build rapport and create long term relationships.

They are looking for enthusiasm, integrity and a can-do attitude; someone who has the ability to manage multiple projects and deal with a variety of work. You will enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, where you will need to be flexible in your approach and be a supportive and collaborative team member who is prepared to participate in managing and developing other team members.

What's in it for you?

They offer a highly competitive rewards package including group pension, flexible benefits, referral schemes and generous annual leave.

As an equal opportunity employer, with the Investors in People Gold accreditation, they are dedicated to driving diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Learning and development is important to them; they encourage everyone to continue developing to optimise their performance and fulfil their potential. They have an agile flexible working policy - many of their team work flexibly.

Your application will be dealt with in the strictest confidence by Dan Cole. Please call our office on 07443 880 834 or alternatively send your CV (at this stage do not worry if it's not up-to-date) directly to