Dalcour Maclaren – Graduate and Placement Surveyor Opportunities

Company

Dalcour Maclaren

Website

www.dalcourmaclaren.com

Location

Various locations throughout the UK

Job title

Graduate and Placement Surveyor Opportunities

Job profile

You can find more details about the roles on our website and at UCEM’s VLE in the Careers section of the Careers page.

Employer profile

Dalcour Maclaren are a forward thinking, fast paced innovative company which operates in a modern open working environment. We are one of the leading firms of Chartered Surveyors specialising in providing professional advice to the Utilities and Infrastructure sectors. Our core expertise lies in large scale cross-country linear projects, delivered to a wide range of national and regional clients. We also advise our clients on a range of related issues including Compulsory Purchase, property management, environmental planning and development and management strategies on smaller regional schemes throughout the UK.

Qualifications and experience required/preferred

Graduated or currently studying for a relevant RICS accredited degree.

Applications considered from

  • Current BSc Students
  • Current MSc/MBA students
  • BSc Graduates
  • MSc/MBA Graduates

Salary and benefits

Salary TBD

What DM can offer you:

  • The opportunity to work in a friendly, professional environment with like-minded individuals
  • Exposure to high profile nationally significant infrastructure projects
  • Investment in you in order to help you develop key surveying skills
  • Pension scheme
  • Participation in DM Graduate Trainee scheme activities
  • Flexible Working
  • Corporate fund raisers
  • Summer & Winter company events
  • Regular Office socials
  • Accessible office locations with free parking
  • Flexible Working

Application method

Please send your CV and a covering letter to Ms Marie-Ange Ehrhart at HR@dalcourmaclaren.com. We would be grateful if you could indicate in your letter which office location you would be interested in working at.

Closing date

6 January 2020.