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Building Surveyor

Graduate Building Surveyor | Edinburgh & Stirling

Edinburgh & Stirling

We are looking for a Graduate Building Surveyor to join our growing Building Surveying business stream, with an office base of Stirling and Edinburgh.

Galbraith is a diverse multi-disciplinary Firm of Property Consultants with offices across Northern England and Scotland, specialising in the commercial, rural, forestry, energy, and residential sectors with a growing presence in the emerging Natural Capital sector.

The role will be focussed on growing and developing the existing building surveying work across the central belt in addition to supporting and growing current client base.  

Your New Role

This is a great opportunity for a Graduate Building Surveyor to gain valuable skills and experience, working with the Commercial, Rural and other Business Streams to implement and run projects, and other building instructions, on behalf of clients.

The role will also include sourcing instructions from the firm’s management portfolio and ensuring that all client files are managed to meet the firm’s assurance management systems.

The Successful Candidate

The successful candidate must be planning to begin, or is currently working towards, their APC qualification.

You will be an effective communicator, with the ability to liaise confidently with colleagues, clients, and contractors, and will have an analytical and pro-active approach to solving problems.

Work experience in the building surveying practice is desirable.

The role will involve travel and therefore a full driving licence and own vehicle is essential.

What We Offer

In return, we offer a competitive salary and employees have access to several benefits and perks including company pension, enhanced holidays, enhanced family leave, perkbox membership, employee assistance programme, life insurance, employee referral scheme, cycle to work scheme and ongoing support with training and development.

To apply, please send a formal covering letter addressed to Peter Scott Aiton and a copy of your C.V. to Ana Maclean at, indicating why you think you are the right candidate for our role. We would also encourage you to include examples of any work you have carried out including drawings or coursework.

Applications close on Friday 10th November 2023.