Rural Practice Surveyors can work in the public sector, in private practice or directly for corporate or private landowners.
The job can be varied, and include estate management, where you might manage a team of estate employees, landlord and tenant matters, valuations, advising on specialist areas such as rural grants, strategic planning and the selling, buying and marketing of rural assets.
These can include farms, residential properties, sporting rights, rights of way and access, forestry, industrial units and workshops.
Usual office hours apply, although some flexibility will be required as you will need to fit in with your client and some weekend working may be required too.
You can expect to travel around the geographical area you work in and have a full driving licence.